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Events Around the World
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MEMBERS IN THE MEDIA
AND ABOUT TOWN
DREAM CHAT VIA SKYPE UNITES DREAMERS ALL OVER EUROPE
Harry Bosma had a brilliant idea – why not connect with other
dreamers throughout Europe on a regular basis? And that is exactly what European
dreamers are doing. Their first chat, on Skype, took place in November.
Chats are open to everyone. Their next meeting, focusing on dream incubation, is
Monday, 6 December, lasting about 30-45 minutes. The next dream chat, after 6
December, is Wednesday, 29 December
If you would like to become part of the Euro-Chat send a blank email to
firstname.lastname@example.org from the address you want
subscribed. (For example, if you want your Gmail account subscribed, send from
your Gmail account).
ADDITIONAL IASD DREAM CHATS AVAILABE ONLINE
IASD offers a number of specialized online Dream E-Study groups. If you haven’t
already joined a Dream E-Study group consider joining now. Links to all of the
IASD E-Study Groups are on the IASD site at
Current Dream E-Study Groups are:
IASD Dream Activism
IASD Dream Healing
IASD Dream Spirit
IASD ethics are upheld in all E-Study groups. Anyone can join, but after a
month, individuals are expected to become IASD members.
KRIPPNER BRINGS DREAMWORK TO CHINA
Stanley Krippner conducted dream workshops in Wuhan and
Guangzhou, China, in November. He drew upon dreamworking techniques pioneered by
Ullman, Delaney, Garfield, Perls, and Jeremy Taylor (among others). He also gave
a public lecture on dreams in the government library in Guangzhou, the first
foreign visitor who had been invited to speak at that venue. As a result of his
visit, there are now Chinese dream groups that meet weekly. His co-authored
book, Extraordinary Dreams, has been published in China. His visit was sponsored
by the Chinese Institute for Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology.
Ernest Hartmann has two books on the store shelves in December:
The Nature and Functions of Dreaming, a free e-book available on
several Internet sites explores how trauma can manifest in dreams.
Boundaries: a New Way to Look at the World, to be released later this
month, is available at Amazon.com
VAN DE CASTLE AND PIMM APPOINTED TO ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY
Bob Van de Castle and Bobbie Ann Pimm have
been appointed to the faculty of Atlantic University ("AU") in Virginia Beach,
VA, where they will be creating and teaching an online course on dreams as an
elective to AU's Masters Program; it will also be available as a CE credit
course for the Summer 2011 semester. AU is the not-for-profit educational
institution founded by Edgar Cayce and is licensed by the State Council of
Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) and accredited by the DETC (Distance
Education and Training Council). They currently offer an MA in Transpersonal
Studies and are in the process of developing an MA in Parapsychology; an MA in
Dreams is also planned.
PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT BY DREAM NEWS STAFF MEMBER
Laura Atkinson will have several photographs from her Focus
on the Dream series on display at the Attleboro Museum of Art in Attleboro,
Massachusetts. The inspiration for this project is based on a dream message
about the secret to creative inspiration. "...be overwhelmed with the
colors of simplicity.”
The photographs being shown reflect the dynamic simplicity of pattern, and
shimmering details of nature.
The Arts for Everyone exhibition dates are Dec 11, 2010-Feb 4,
2011, with the opening reception on Sat, Dec 11, 2-4pm. More information can be
found on her website:
In This Issue:
IASD CONFERENCE 2011 SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE EXTENDED
TO DECEMBER 15 2010
CALL FOR DREAM ART ENTRIES – 2011 IASD CONFERENCE
GIVE THE GIFT OF DREAMS - IASD PLEDGE DRIVE 2010 BEGINS
MEMBERSHIP NEWS NOVEMBER 2010
CALL FOR IASD BOARD NOMINATIONS
IASD STUDENT AWARDS FOR DREAM RELATED
RESEARCH AND PROJECTS
IASD HERITAGE FUND REMINDER
Also in This Issue
DECEMBER MEMBER EVENTS AROUND THE WORLD
MEMBERS IN THE MEDIA AND ABOUT TOWN
WEB NEWS PLACE
DREAM NEWS SNIPPETS
NOVEMBER MEMBERSHIP TOTAL: 45
IASD CONFERENCE 2011
SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE EXTENDED
TO DECEMBER 15, 2010
By request of the Conference Committee
the deadline for the 28th Annual Conference of IASD "Dreams and Cultural
Diversity" has been extended from November 30 to December 15, 2010. See below
for submission instructions. The 2011 IASD Conference will be held at the Rolduc
Conference Center, Kerkrade, Netherlands, 24-28 June 2011.
The Venue: The
conference will be held at the former monastery of Rolduc, Kerkrade, near the
boundary of the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium. It may be accessed by the
airports of Düsseldorf (Germany), Amsterdam and Eindhoven (the Netherlands) or
Brussels (Belgium) as well as highway networks and railway infrastructure from
all three countries.
Submission Themes: High quality proposals are invited,
particularly those that explore the conference theme, “Dreams and Cultural
Diversity.” We request that submissions fall into one of the following tracks:
Research & Theory; Arts & Humanities; Culture, Anthropology & History;
Education; Religion, Spirituality & Philosophy; Clinical Approaches; Dreamwork
Practices; Extraordinary, PSI and Lucid Dreams; and Conference Theme. While the
conference is in the Netherlands there are two special themes within the
conference theme track: one of them specifically Dutch and the other
specifically European. A special session is dedicated to the famous Dutch
psychiatrist, poet, lucid dreamer, and author on dreams Frederik van Eeden. A
second theme emphasizes the visions on dreams in the philosophical tradition of
Submission Categories include: Paper Presentations; Symposia;
Panels; Workshops; Special Events or Major Presentations; Morning Dream Groups;
Hot-off-the-Press and Poster Papers
Deadline for submissions is 15 December 2010
(except for Hot off the Press and Poster Sessions which is 1 March 2011). All
Submissions Must be Made Online. For Instructions and the Online Form go to
www.asdreams.org/2011 For all
questions regarding submissions write to
CALL FOR DREAM ART ENTRIES –
2011 IASD CONFERENCE
call for Dream Art entries for the 2011 IASD Conference, Rolduc Conference
Center, in the Netherlands is now posted online. Go to
https://asdreams.org/2011 for all
information and forms. It promises to be a fantastic exhibition with
professional exhibition space appropriate for art display…and awaiting IASD
talent to cover the walls! So work hard, produce lots and pick the best to
submit to the International Dream Art Exhibition. Deadline is 15
GIVE THE GIFT OF DREAMS
IASD PLEDGE DRIVE 2010 BEGINS
Shortly after IASD's annual Pledge Drive was conceived, an anonymous donor
stepped forward. This person wanted to donate $1,000, specifically for the
purpose of encouraging students around the world to submit their work on dreams
(either research work or creative work) to be judged for annual prizes. This was
the beginning of the IASD Student Awards, and the beginning of a program which
by now has offered five annual student competitions, bringing to life the dreams
of several people along the way.
This year, one of the first recipients of the annual Student
competitions, Clare Johnson, saw the publication of her novel Dreamrunner, the
second novel in a two-book contract with Little, Brown UK. Here's what Clare has
to say about the value of IASD's Student Awards, now implemented each year
through donations made to the Pledge Drive:
"I felt amazed and privileged when I won the Student Research Award in 2005, for
an essay entitled ‘Lucid Dreaming and Plot Development’. This was research I was
doing for my doctoral thesis in Creative Writing, which explored the link
between lucid dreaming and fiction writing. The Student Research Award impressed
my supervisors and provided me with the money to buy my first laptop, and soon I
had my PhD in the bag.
The novel I wrote during my doctoral years, Breathing in Colour, drew on lucid
dreaming both as subject matter and a writing technique. A few months after I
graduated, my short stories and poems began winning prizes and soon my PhD novel
was snapped up by publisher Little, Brown, who bought it as part of a two-book
deal. It was published in 2009 to critical acclaim. My second novel, Dreamrunner,
which also has a strong dream-focus, examines the effects of a sleep disorder on
a close-knit family. Dreamrunner has just come out and is available in UK
bookstores and on www.amazon.co.uk
I always mention IASD in my Acknowledgements because this organization gave me
the confidence to believe that writing about dreaming is a worthwhile pursuit.
IASD’s encouragement and affirmation came at the right moment, enabling me to
realize that dream-writing is my vocation."
You can find out more about Clare or talk to her on her blog at
Other IASD programs supported by the annual Pledge Drive include Dream Research
Awards, conference scholarships, publications and a general fund which can be
drawn on for innovative programs. To donate TODAY online or by mail:
Dr. Curtiss Hoffman has once again pledged a dollar per dream for each dream he
recorded 2010 (over $600), and challenges all Pledge Drive donors to do the
Congratulations and thank you, Curt!
CHILDREN’S DREAM BOOK NAMED GOLD RECIPIENT OF THE MOM’S CHOICE AWARDS®
The Mom's Choice Awards® named Dreamguider: Open the
Door to Your Child’s Dreams by Denyse Beaudet, Ph.D.,
among the best in family-friendly products. The Mom’s Choice Awards® is an
awards program that recognizes authors, inventors, companies, parents and others
for their efforts in creating quality family-friendly media, products and
services. Dreamguider is a gold recipient of the award in the
Parenting-Contemporary Families Section.
Click here for more information
NEW BOOK BY ZANASI
An essay by Marco Zanasi and Anna Maria Amore: “REMANDO
TRA I SOGNI: Dialogo sul sogno e la sua funzione attraverso l’inconscio di
personaggi celebri” presents state of the art knowledge on dreams that
literally unsettles old theories. It is narrated as a dialogue between a
journalist/interviewer (Amore) and a psychiatrist (Zanasi), starting with
well-known famous characters’ dreams.
FUNKHOUSER INTERVIEWED BY LIVESTREAM
Art Funkhouser, Jungian therapist and long-time member of the
IASD, was recently interviewed by Anthony Peake (also an IASD member) about the
phenomenon commonly known as "déjà vu". Of special interest here were his
remarks about the connection between some forms of what is called "déjà
experience" and precognitive dreams. The interviews can be seen on-line by
clicking here and scrolling
to the bottom of the webpage.
DUESBURY PUBLISHES BOOK
The Counselor's Guide for Facilitating the Interpretation of Dreams by
Evelyn M. Duesbury is for both students and practicing
counselors. This book fills the gaps that exist between many current academic
programs and practitioners’ needs for focused training on how to better assist
clients with dream interpretations. Its main focus is on dreams concerning
family members and other major figures in the dreamer's life with whom he or she
interacts. Readers will first learn how to understand and use their own dreams,
and then how to apply this in order to facilitate their clients’ interpretations
of dreams. They will be amazed and fascinated by the issues, emotions, and
problem-solving suggestions that are often revealed as they guide their clients'
use of a personalized dream interpretation method developed by the author.
Through the use of a detailed case example of a client and her dreams, the
author shows how each step of this method can be applied and carried out in
practice and is easily integrated with contemporary psychotherapies, especially
cognitive behavior therapies.
LUCID DREAMING NOVEL WAKES UP PUBLIC
Anthony Head’s LUCID is an intimate and unsettling
portrait of a college senior who turns to lucid dreaming to cope with chronic
nightmares. Set in the middle of this decade, in the middle of the country, this
psychological thriller follows one man’s immersion into a universe of
possibility that only exists while he remains asleep.
As Stuart Patterson wobbles toward graduation at Indiana University, he doesn’t
really care if he receives a diploma. With undiagnosed mental illness simmering
through his days and nightmares haunting his sleep, he’s resigned to drinking
his way through a broken existence. After being introduced to lucid dream
therapy, he learns how to awaken his mind inside a dream and discovers new ways
to take back control of his mashed-up life. But Stuart’s mind remains fractured,
and as he travels deeper into his imagination he ultimately confuses which world
means the most to him and which world comes with real consequences for his
LUCID (H2H Publishing, 2010) is the fictional debut from Anthony Head,
who has been published in national and regional magazines for more than twenty
years. He lives in Hays County, Texas.
DREAMWORK HELPS THOSE IN DRUG REHAB
Roger Cunningham, facilitated an Ullman method dream
group at Integrity House, a drug rehabilitation center in Newark, NJ and
Secaucus, NJ. He led “Dream Table” with 85 Dreamers in three groups. Through
self-report, observations of clinical staff and by the director, Dr. Coleman, it
was observed that Dream Table participants were able to contact and release
vestiges of their past traumas by gaining insight in to their dreams. Proof,
once again, that dreamwork can be very powerful!
WEB NEWS PLACE
Send Dream News information about your website, blog, You Tube video, or any
other web presence you have that helps promote IASD! Email
FRENCH DREAM BLOG - OOOH LA LA
Check out this fabulous dream blog by Christine Riedel in
Her email address is
FERRIMANI DREAM ART MAKES STRONG STATEMENT ON THE WEB
Brenda Ferrimani offers monthly Full Moon dream incubation on
her FaceBook fan page. You
might recognize Brenda from the many art pieces she has exhibited in IASD Dream
Art shows. Here is a sample from
Montreal, 2008 You can learn more about her art on her
website and even buy more
affordable versions of her art on posters, calendars and tee-shirts at
WEBSITE PROMOTES UNDERSTANDING DREAMS
The brainchild of Susan Baragia, www.dreamshelp.com
is a website devoted to helping dreamers understand the meaning of their dreams.
This site provides both dream interpretation services and educational
information regarding dreams and dream research. Multiple links provide
information on dream science, understanding archetypes, symbols and dream signs,
along with help in remembering and recording dreams, and learning to decipher
your own personal dream language.
A TREASURE HUNT OF NEW YORK DREAMS
Dreamers in the New York Metro Area, ex–New Yorkers, dreamers who’ve visited the
New York area, and those who’ve simply dreamt of New York are all invited to
participate in a treasure hunt of New York–area dreams.
The blog “Dreaming New York Treasures” uses the New York City region as both the
inspiration for dreams and the object of dream guidance—a treasure hunt for all
that New York offers culturally, meaning both the arts and the many, diverse
cultures that thrive there, from their food to their music to their
spirituality. It’s dreaming with a sense of place.
Blog posts appear at DreamTreasureNY.com Visit the blog’s About page to learn
more about the rationale, and the How To page for instructions on submitting
your own posts. Comments on individual posts, using the blog’s comments feature,
are welcome from dreamers anywhere.
MEMBERSHIP TOTAL: 45
NOVEMBER NEW MEMBERS: 16
Jonathan De Vierville
Judith Saint Laurent
NOVEMBER RENEWING MEMBERS: 29
George Leute III
Mary Pat Lynch
on Santa Barbara, California
By Robert Bosnak, former IASD President
After 1500 years of hiatus we are trying
to bring back to life the healing sanctuaries of old that were based on the
powers of dreaming: Next summer we intend to open the Santa Barbara Healing
Sanctuary. The Sanctuary, which is to be a proof-of-concept, will be subjected
to rigorous scientific investigation. We envision that it could be the first of
many such centers of healing, and could help to change the way healthcare is
currently being provided. As you know, we spend 50% of all health care costs on
technology. If this trend continues, by the end of the century our descendants
will be treated by machines serviced by human acolytes. The Sanctuary movement
is a promising dream that could supplant this dismal scenario.
The first year is going to be the most difficult. But we hope that the press
will soon take notice and help to make the Healing Sanctuary a well-known
entity. Please read the letter and information sheet that we have prepared, and
refer as many people suffering from medical conditions as you see fit--loved
ones or patients under your care--to the Santa Barbara Healing Sanctuary founded
by two of your membership, Stephen Aizenstat and myself.
We appreciate any distribution of this information through your networks.
Download Information Sheet
In previous issues of the
News, I have raised the question, What means the most to you about your IASD
membership? Do the conferences, publications, or Member Pages prompt you to join
or renew, or does something less tangible––such as a sense of belonging to a
group of like-minded and like-hearted people––figure into your “core motive” for
belonging to IASD? If so, can you describe it? Hearing your answer to this
question could make a difference in the lives of other members, and in our
efforts to serve the membership in the future.
A member responded to last month's invitation with this message:
"I just read your note in the IASD Dream News asking for feedback about why
members join. I joined a number of years ago, allowed my membership to lapse,
and then rejoined recently. I joined mainly because I do dream work, and I'm
launching a website devoted to helping people learn to analyze their own dreams.
IASD is, for me, the professional organization to belong to in
order to keep up on the latest dream research and to be a part of ongoing
discussions about the evolution of dream interest worldwide. I am always
learning, and I've loved reading Dreaming and following up on IASD's
recommendations regarding new books." -- Susan Beragia
In addition to contacting me about your answer to this important question,
please feel free to contact me or Jeff Vovillia at any time with membership
questions or concerns. We always welcome new volunteers. You are the future
leaders of IASD and we want your energy, help, and visions.
Scott Sparrow, Membership Chair:
Jeff Vovillia, Membership Assistant:
Member Pages Being Updated
I mentioned last month that we will soon be purging non-members from the Member
Pages. IASD volunteer Diana Thompson has begun working with IASD Office
Manager Richard Wilkerson to conduct this important update. Our goal is
to have all of the Member Pages current by the end of 2010 or shortly
thereafter, and then be pruned on a regular basis from thereafter. Non-renewing
members will be alerted to the imminent deletion of their Member Pages. Given
that the Member Pages rank highly on a Google search whenever someone searches
for you by name, we hope to underscore the value of Member Pages as a crucial
part of a member’s personal and professional web presence. With this in mind,
please keep your Member Page updated at –http://tinyurl.com/gl5c
–and most importantly renew your membership so your page will stay on the
Please check the IASD website for up-to-date names and contact information for
the Regional Representative in your area. The
Representative webpage is divided into regions, making your search more
If you do not have a Regional Rep for your
area, consider becoming that Rep yourself! You could serve an important
networking role for IASD. To become a Regional Rep, contact Scott Sparrow,
Membership Chair: email@example.com
Join IASD’S Facebook Page and
Visit Our New Fan Page
Be sure to join our Facebook group page!
We have 305 friends and growing!
Please let your Facebook friends know
about IASD’s group page, fan page, as well as its website www.asdreams.org. You
can help us reach a lot of new people by taking a few minutes to post the urls
of these three IASD sites on your Facebook page.
CALL FOR IASD BOARD
This is a reminder that the IASD Nominating Committee is
presently seeking recommendations for people to serve on the Board of Directors
for a three-year term beginning July 2011. Nominees should be members in good
standing who are willing to serve. Please send your recommendations to the
Nominating Committee Chair, Robert Gongloff
by 31 December 2010. And you may nominate yourself! If you are interested in
taking a more active role in supporting our mission to educate people throughout
the world on dreams and dreaming, we want to hear from you.
IASD STUDENT AWARDS
FOR DREAM RELATED
RESEARCH AND PROJECTS
We are pleased to announce that an anonymous donor who
generously provided funding for the Student Research Award for the past 6 years
has graciously agreed to provide matching funds for the 2011 competition! The
IASD Board of Trustees will provide the balance of funds.
As in previous years, there will be two $500 awards. The first is for the best
student submission of original scientific research on dreams and dreaming. The
second is for the best submission of original historical, literary, artistic, or
theoretical research. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to submit
All participants must submit their presentations in electronic form, preferably
through email to firstname.lastname@example.org or if necessary by mailing the files,
copied to a CD or a DVD, to the IASD office by March 15, 2011.
1672 University Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94703 USA
Mark on any mailed box "OK to leave on left porch."
Text submissions must not exceed 6,000 words. Participants should submit text in
MS Word, and artwork in .jpg, .tif, or .pdf formats.
Participants may also electronically submit videos in AVI
formats, or music in MIDI or MPS formats. In the case of papers with multiple
authors -- in terms of the ideas presented as well as the description of the
results -- the contestant must indicate clearly, in either the text of the paper
or in an accompanying letter, what portions are the submitter’s work.
Submissions must include a copy of your student ID. Alternatively, you can fax a
copy to the IASD Office at 1-209-724-0889, or scan and email an attachment to
Include a note or cover letter that this is for the IASD Student Research Award.
Participants must specify for which of the two awards they are applying.
Winners will be announced at the IASD Annual Meeting, which will be held at the
Rolduc Conference Center in the Netherlands, June24 - 28, during the General
Membership meeting. Check the schedule of conference events to find out the
Student Research Awards Chair
IASD HERITAGE FUND
The "Quiet Campaign" to support IASD's next 25 years still continues. So far,
three individuals have indicated that they plan to include IASD in their estate
with a bequest.
IASD's Heritage Fund Committee call this, "the Quiet Campaign," to remind
members and others that we do not intend to call or pressure anyone to support
IASD and its unique mission of dream research, education and outreach. Instead,
we hope these 'quiet' reminders will encourage the generous spirit of members
and others to support IASD for the next 25 years.
For those wishing to give more complex gifts, like property, stock or art, IASD
has signed an agreement with the Marin Community Foundation in California to
accept such gifts. Read more at
DREAM NEWS SNIPPETS
BBC JOURNALIST SEEKS YOUR DREAMS
Hamid Ismailov, a BBC journalist, is collecting dreams. He requests that
dreamers send their dreams over the next couple of weeks. Please let him know
where you are from. To read his article and post your dream visit
CALL FOR JOURNAL ARTICLES
Recently, Cheryl Fracasso and Stanley Krippner were invited to
help coordinate a special issue for the Neuroquantology Journal on the
topic of "Telepathy, Alternate States of Consciousness, and Dreaming". The
journal founder and editor, Sultan Tarlaci, MD, is requesting 7 or 8
high-quality, publishable contributions for the June 2011 issue of the journal
and thought that IASD members might be up to the task. Your submission could
consist of review articles, book reviews, opinion and/or commentary articles,
etc. The journal's primary focus is the interdisciplinary exploration of the
nature of quantum physics and its relation to the nervous system, but previous
issues include topics as diverse as: "Adaptation, Brain, and Consciousness,”
“Quantum Paradigms of Psychopathology," and "Near-Death Experiences." If you are
interested in writing something for possible submission, contact Cheryl Fracasso
for additional information at:
email@example.com Visit the journal website to view past
submissions and to familiarize yourself with their submission requirements. Go
for complete journal details.
AND PISS DREAMS NEEDED
We piss and crap in our dreams and it’s often quite innocent, sometimes shocking
or embarrassing - and often in public, but we rarely mention it. Ann
Sayre Wiseman is researching “Poop and Piss” dreams. She can be
contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
“World Dreaming: 6th World Congress for Psychotherapy”
www.wcp2011.org will be
held in Sydney, Australia from August 24-August 28, 2011. The Congress will
feature internationally renowned psychotherapists, counseling and related
disciplines. Early bird registration is open until April 2011. Abstract
submissions are now being called for and close February 2011.
Contacting and Submitting to IASD Dream-News
TThe IASD i>Dream-News provides late-breaking news, IASD conference
information and links to new articles on the IASD Website. Please forward this
IASD Dream-News to interested friends and colleagues so they can also
sign up for IASD’s free Dream-News.
E-mail Submissions by the first of each month to: Jacquie Lewis, Ph.D., IASD
THE FINE PRINT: IASD DREAM-NEWS
The deadline for the IASD Dream-News is the first of each month.
Submissions by IASD members should be e-mailed to the IASD Dream-News
Please limit your articles to 200 words.
The article title should be entirely in capital letters.
Any article sub-headings should be in upper and lowercase.
Submissions can be submitted in the body of an email message or as an
attachment. When sending attachments please include, in the body of the e-mail,
your name and an indication that it is an IASD Dream-News item.
Acceptable files for attachments are Microsoft Word and Rich Text Format (RTF).
E-News articles should be submitted in the following format: Verdana font,
12pt., and black ink. No words should be bolded, underlined, or italicized. Feel
free to include photos as attachments.
Do not imbed photos or logos in text.
The editor reserves the right to shorten and/or edit articles for clarity and to
fit space restrictions. Articles
over 200 words may be heavily edited.
IASD reserves the right to accept or reject any article.
IASD members who would like to inform other members of their presentations,
lectures, or workshops should submit their names, the titles of the events, the
dates, and locations. Please also include either an e-mail address, website, or
phone number so that IASD members can contact you for additional information.
Submission of book tour dates and lecture series are limited to the following:
individual, contact information, dates, cities, states, or countries.
The IASD Dream-News accepts notices on member media interviews and
appearances. Members should include the IASD member name, the name of the show
or publication, the date, and the topic discussed.
IASD holds no responsibility for the content or quality of non-sponsored IASD
events or individual member lectures, presentations, or workshops.
To subscribe to the IASD Dream-News:
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