We have learned about early participants, and key figures and confidantes, whose influences have been crucial. But our contributors have also opened new avenues of study. The response has been creative, diverse, and points to a rich set of contributions that intersect with a wide variety of topics: ethnobotany, music therapy, sexuality, reproductive justice, anthropology, Christianity, death and dying, philosophy, nursing, and psychiatry, to name a few. Our contributors are also impressive – new scholars and students, established figures in psychedelic circles, and leading scholars in histories beyond psychedelics. We hope you are enjoying this series, and look forward to future posts… continue reading.