Brian Pace, PhD

Brian Pace, PhD

Brian A. Pace, PhD is an evolutionary ecologist who specialized in phytochemistry, ethnobotany, and ecophysiology. His interest in life science was piqued as a teenager while experimenting with his own neurochemistry. Brian has long been interested in the burgeoning psychedelic society movement and other grassroots efforts to find alternative policies to the failed drug war. He did field work in Southern Mexico, the US midwestern prairie, and the Ecuadorian Amazon. For more than a decade, Brian has worked on agroecology, food sovereignty, and climate change. More recently, he has taught graduate and undergraduate-level courses on cannabis.

Lucy In The Sky With Nazis: Psychedelics and the Right Wing

Psychedelic advocates have long asserted that broader psychedelic use will lead to a more open, progressive society, but there are too many instances of right-wingers who have taken them for that to be true.