TLS Members e-Newsletter

Members eNewsletter
At least four times a year, TLS members are rewarded at their inboxes with a copy of the Labyrinth Society e-newsletter. It serves as a means of direct communication with the membership and provides an historical record of the Society.

Expanded Labyrinth Research Resources Available on TLS Website

As you are checking out the new TLS Website, be sure to explore the array of resources available that are related to labyrinth research. The research resources on the website support the three major goals of the TLS Research Committee:

  1. To make current labyrinth research easily accessible to TLS members and the broader labyrinth community;
  2. To encourage TLS members and the broader labyrinth community to become engaged in ongoing labyrinth research; and
  3. To build and represent labyrinth research as a viable, visible, credible, and respected area of inquiry within the broader research community.

Locating the research resources is easy. From the TLS Home Page, click on the "Resources" link. On the left sidebar of the Resources page, click on "Research." (Visit the page now) This will make the entire array of resources available to you.

Whether you are interested in the theoretical aspects of labyrinth research (A Context for Labyrinth Research, Basic Assumptions of Labyrinth Research, A Framework for Labyrinth Research), want information about labyrinth research studies (Bibliography of Studies Related to Labyrinth Research, Matrix of Topics Addressed by Various Labyrinth Research Studies), or want to participate in an ongoing labyrinth research study (Labyrinth Walk Questionnaire and Instructions), the information you need is there.

If you have questions about the labyrinth research resources or are aware of something that might be added, please contact the TLS Research Committee Chair