Monday, May 28, 2018
CK-Centre for Kinesiology – Congress Hub – Booth #22
Saskatchewan was the unlikely birthplace of research on hallucinogenic drug treatments, and P.W. Barber's new book Psychedelic Revolutionaries shows how a group of researchers working during the 1950s and 60s set the stage for today's most exciting advancements in mental health and addiction therapies. Drop by the University of Regina Press booth to speak with the author and pick up a signed copy!
This event is being hosted by University of Regina Press.