Branko Bokun


Branko Bokun

Branko Bokun (1920–2011) was an author of in the fields of sociology and psychology.

He was born in 1920 in Koljane, a small village in the Dalmatian mountains of Yugoslavia.[1] He began to study at the University of Belgrade; however his education there was interrupted by the German invasion of Yugoslavia in 1941.

He fled to Italy, where he enrolled at the University of Rome, studying economics and social sciences. At the same time he also signed on as an extra with the Cine Citta film industry in order to earn a living. Later, he acted as a go-between on behalf of the Yugoslavian embassy to the Holy See, communicating with the many Yugoslav Jews who were hidden in Italy at the time.

Bokun graduated from Rome University in 1945. From there, he went on to attend the Sorbonne University in Paris, taking courses in sociology and social psychology, graduating in 1949.

Bokun lived in London, U.K. where he died on January 1, 2011.[2]

Bibliography

  • Are We Freaks of Nature?: A New View on Evolution ISBN 1-902914-00-7
  • Humour and Pathos in Judaeo-Christianity ISBN 1-86033-441-5
  • Spy in the Vatican, 1941-45
  • Stress-addiction: A New Theory on Evolution
  • Self-help with Stress: A New Approach
  • The Pornocracy
  • Man — The Fallen Ape
  • Bioeconomy — Matriarchy in Post-capitalism
  • Humour Therapy

References

  1. ^ PDF book brochure
  2. ^ Vita Books (January 5, 2011). "About Vita Books". http://www.vitabooks.com/. "Vita Books regrets to announce the death of Dr. Branko Bokun aged 91 on Saturday 1st January 2011 in Chelsea and Westminster Hospital after a short illness. He is survived by his son and two grandchildren and many who regarded him as father, mentor and friend. R.I.P." 

External links

  • Vita Books — Branko Bokun's books website, which makes his most recent book - The Origin of the Mind and its Follies/Humour Remedy available for free download.
  • Global Ideas Bank article — "Humour Remedy"

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