Ayahuasca, Healing & Contemporary Shamanic Networks

Ayahuasca, Healing & Contemporary Shamanic Networks

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Isabel  Santana de Rose (PhD)
Isabel Santana de Rose (PhD)
Anthropologist

About the instructor

In 2010, Isabel Santana de Rose completed her anthropology PhD thesis entitled Tata endy rekoe — Sacred Fire: Encounters between the Guarani, Ayahuasca, and the Red Path, which focuses on the development of the Medicine Alliance, a shamanic network originated in southern Brazil at the end of the 1990s. She is co-author with Beatriz Caiuby Labate and Rafael Guimarães dos Santos of the book Ayahuasca Religions: a bibliography & critical essays (2009) and is the author of several research articles. Her current research interests include the emergence of contemporary shamanic networks in Brazil. She is a researcher at the Institute Brazil Plural (IBP), the Study Group of Indigenous Health and Knowledge (NESSI/UFSC), the Study Group in Orality and Performance (GESTO/UFSC), and the Interdisciplinary Group for Psychoactive Studies (NEIP).

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