A special issue of the Journal of Consciousness Studies to mark the centenary of the death of the pioneer psychologist William James. Contents include an Editor's Foreword (by Allan Combs) and a Psychological Commentary on the Essays (by Eugene Taylor). The main papers included are: Nineteenth Century Pioneers in the Study of Dissociation: William James and Psychical Research (Carlos S. Alvarado & Stanley Krippner); The Ever-New Flow of Time: Henri Bergson's View of Consciousness (G. William Barnard); Consciousness Already There Waiting to be Uncovered: William James's Mystical Suggestion as Corroborated by Himself and his Contemporaries (Jonathan Bricklin); Neurology and the Mind at the Turn of the Century (Allan Combs); Is There Awareness Outside Attention? A Psychological Perspective (Combs, Krippner & Taylor); William James, Conversion, and Rapid, Radical Transformation (Arthur Hastings); William James and the Search for Scientific Evidence of Life After Death: Past, Present, and Possible Future (Gary E. Schwartz); Who Was Frederic William Henry Myers? (Eugene Taylor).