Substance, Soul & Shamanism in the Amazon & Beyond

Substance, Soul & Shamanism in the Amazon & Beyond

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Glenn H. Shepard, Jr. (PhD)
Glenn H. Shepard, Jr. (PhD)
Anthropologist

About the instructor

Glenn H. Shepard, Jr., is an anthropologist and ethnobotanist who has worked with diverse indigenous groups of Peru, Brazil, and Mexico and speaks more than ten languages. He received his Ph.D in medical anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1999. His doctoral research focused on herbal medicine, emotions and shamanism, including ayahuasca use, among two neighbouring Amazonian cultural groups in the remote Peruvian Amazon: the Matsigenka and the Piro. He first began researching shamanism and ayahuasca among indigenous Amazonian groups in the late 1980s. He has published widely on shamanism, psychoactive botanicals, medical anthropology, human ecology, and indigenous environmental knowledge. He is currently a curator and researcher in indigenous ethnology at the Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi in Belem do Pará, Brazil.

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