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Mark Mirabello

Title: Professor

Subject Area: History

Web Address: markmirabello.com

 
About

Dr. Mark L. Mirabello, author and a professor of history at Shawnee State University in the USA, has served as a visiting professor of history at Nizhny Novgorod University in Russia.

Mirabello's area of expertise is the "outlaw" history on the "frontiers and margins" of human civilization. He lectures on Alternative Religions and Cults, Secret Societies, Terrorism and Crime, "Banned Books," Afterlife Concepts in World History, Fascist Europe and Nazi Germany, Myths and Legends, Intellectual History, and other subjects.

His publications deal with the supernatural (A Traveler's Guide to the Afterlife: Traditions and Beliefs on Death, Dying, and What Lies BeyondThe Odin Brotherhood and The Crimes of Jehovah), the unnatural (The Cannibal Within), and the natural (Handbook for Rebels and Outlaws).

Mirabello's current project is a new book on "Secret Societies and Conspiracies."

Some of his works have been translated in to Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.

Mirabello has appeared on the History Channel, discussing "deadly cults" in the series called Ancient Aliens (and in America's Book of Secrets), and he has appeared with Professor Noam Chomsky in M.A. Littler's maverick film on freedom, The Kingdom of Survival.

Mirabello was a featured guest for an hour-long interview on afterlife concepts on Open Minds.  The show, hosted by Regina Meredith, appears on the Gaia Television Network.

Mirabello has been a featured guest on several syndicated radio programs and podcasts, including Coast to Coast AM with George Noory, The Conspiracy Show with Richard Syrett, Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes, Darkness Radio with Dave Schrader, Tha Talks with Paul Obertelli and David Parry, The Farkas Files with David Farkas, and many others.

 
Education

Ph.D., History, 1988, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland

MA, History, 1979, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

BA, History, 1977, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio

 

Primary Courses

History 4999 - History of Death and Afterlife

History 4175 - Terrorism and Crime

History 4111 - Legend, Myth, and Folklore

History 4110 - Intellectual History

History 4101 - History of Medicine

History 3177 - Early Christianity and Gnosticism

History 3170 - Alternative Religions and Cults

History 3110 - Nazi Germany and Fascist Europe

History 3109 - Ancient History

History 2150 - Banned Books

History 2103 - Revolutionary Europe (AD 1517-AD 1921)

History 2102 - Medieval and Renaissance Europe (AD 476-AD 1517)

 
Activities and Research
 
Books Published:

Mark L. Mirabello. A Traveler's Guide to the Afterlife: Traditions and Beliefs on Death, Dying, and What Lies Beyond. Rochester, Vermont. Inner Traditions (September 26, 2016). ISBN 162055597

Mark L. Mirabello. Handbook for Rebels and Outlaws. Oxford, England: Mandrake of Oxford, 2009. ISBN 1906958009.

Mark L. Mirabello. The Cannibal Within. Oxford, England: Mandrake of Oxford, 2002. (2nd printing, 2004) ISBN 186992827X.

Mark L. Mirabello. The Cannibal Dentro. Translated into Italian by Stefania Marchini. Italia: Editioni Clandestine, 2006. ISBN 8889383356.

Mark L. Mirabello. The Odin Brotherhood. 5th edition. Oxford, England: Mandrake of Oxford, 2003. ISBN 1869928717.

Mark Mirabello. “Irmandade de Odin.” Translated into Portuguese by Marcos Rogerio Estevam. (To be published.)

Mark L. Mirabello. The Crimes of Jehovah. Tucson, Arizona: See Sharp Press, 1997. ISBN 1-884365-13-2.