Velikovsky and Cultural Amnesia was a symposium held at the University of Lethbridge in Albert, Canada, between 9-10 May 1974.
“The University of Lethbridge is pleased to announce an Interdisciplinary Symposium devoted to the examination of Immanuel Velikovsky’s theory of Cultural Amnesia. The emphasis of this conference will be on the relevance of Velikovsky’s theory in the Humanities and Social Sciences.”
The proceedings were published as “Recollections of a Fallen Sky: Velikovsky and Cultural Amnesia” (1978, Ed. Earl Milton).
- DR. ALFRED DE GRAZIA. New York.
Editor of ‘American Behavioral Scientist‘. Author of ‘Velikovsky Affair‘, ‘Politics for Better or Worse’, ‘Kalos: Revolution in World Order’.
- PATRICK DORAN.
Department of Anthropology, McMaster University.
- PROFESSOR A. GOWANS.
Chairman, Department of History in Art and Antiquities, University of Victoria.
- DR. G. GRINNEL.
History Department, McMaster University. History of Science.
- DR. D.W. MUELLER.
History Department, University of Lethbridge.
- DR. W. MULLEN.
Hodder Fellow in the Humanities, Princeton University.
- DR. IRVING WOLFE.
Department of English, University of Montreal.
- DR. I. VELIKOVSKY.
Author of ‘Worlds in Collision‘, ‘Earth in Upheaval‘, ‘Ages in Chaos‘, ‘Oedipus and Akhnaton‘.