Ayahuasca in The Peruvian Amazon: Nation, Gender & Race/Ethnicity

Ayahuasca in The Peruvian Amazon: Nation, Gender & Race/Ethnicity

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Gretel Echazú (PhD)
Gretel Echazú (PhD)
Anthropologist

About the instructor

For her PhD in anthropology undertaken at the University of Brazil, Gretel examined intersections between gender, ethnicity and the Nation in the context of ayahuasca tourism in the Peruvian Lowland Amazon. She studied popular specialists that work with magic and therapies connected to ayahuasca and other plants in Tamshiyacu, a small village located next to Iquitos. In her study, she highlights how important historical and social dimensions of the ayahuasca phenomena can help us better understand social inequalities and the danger of single stories about shamanism. In the present day, she works as a Post Doctorate Researcher at the Programa de Pós-Graduação em Saúde Coletiva da Universidade Federal de Rio Grande do Norte, RN/Brazil.

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