Bibliografia sull’uso tradizionale moderno delle polveri da fiuto psicoattive americane

Bibliography on the modern traditional use of the American psychoactive snuffs

Si veda anche: Bibliografia sui reperti archeologici di tavolette da fiuto dell’America meridionale

See also: Bibliography on the South American archaeological snuff-trays

 

ALMEIDA COSTA O. de, 1970, Farmaco-etnologia do Paricá e do Yákee”, Revista Brasileira de Farmacia, 51, 9-10: 273-299.

ALTSCHUL S. REIS (von), 1972, The Genus Anadenanthera in Amerindian Cultures, Botanical Museum of Harvard University, Cambridge, 96 pp.

ALVARSSON J.-A, 1995, Tobacco, Cebil and shamanism among the Weenhayek: A few notes on the secular and ritual use of Nicotiana tabacum and Anadenanthera colubrina among the Weenhayek Indians of the Gran Chaco, Acta Americana, vol. 3(2), pp. 117-136.

ARENAS PASTOR, 1992, El cebil o el “árbol de la ciencia del bien y del mal”, Parodiana (Buenos Aires), vol. 7, pp. 101-114.

BREWER-CARIAS CHARLES & JULIAN A. STEYERMARK, 1976, Hallucinogenic snuff drugs of the Yanomamo-Caburiwe-Teri in the Cauaburi River, Brazil, Economi Botany, vol. 30, pp. 57-66.

CARO ALVAREZ A. JOSÉ, 1977, La Cohoba, Museo del Hombre Dominicano, Santo Domingo. CHAGNON A. NAPOLEON, PHILIP LE QUESNE & JAMES M. COOK, 1971, Yanomamö Hallucinogens: Anthropological, Botanical, and Chemical Findings, Current Anthropology, vol. 12, pp. 72-74.

COPPENS WALTER & JORGE CATO-DAVID, 1971, Aspectos etnográficos y farmácologicos. El Yopo entre los Cuiva-Guajibo, Antropologica, vol. 28, pp. 3-24.

DE ALMEIDA COSTA O., 1970, Farmaco-etnología do paricá e do yákee, Revista Brsasileira da Farmácia, vol. 51, pp. 273-299.

DE SMET A.G.M. PETER, 1985, A multidisciplinary overview of intoxicating snuff rituals in the western hemisphere, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol. 13, pp. 3-49.

DE SMET A.G.M. PETER, 1985, Ritual enemas and snuffs in the Americas, CEDLA, Amsterdam, 240 pp. + 43 plates.

DE SMET A.G.M. PETER & F.J. LIPP, 1987, Supplementary data on ritual enemas and snuffs in the western hemisphere, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol. 19, pp. 327-331.

DE SMET A.G.M. PETER & LAURENT RIVIER, 1985, Intoxicating snuffs of the Venezuelan Piaroa Indians, Journal of Psychoactive Drgus, vol. 17, pp. 93-103.

DE SMET A.G.M. PETER & LAURENT RIVIER, 1987, Intoxicating Parica Seeds of the Brazilian Maué Indians, Economic Botany, vol. 41, pp. 12-16.

FRANCH JOSÉ ALCINA, 1982, Religiosidad, alucinógenos y patrones artisticos taínos, Boletin do Museo del Hombre Dominicano, n. 17, vol. 10, pp. 103-117.

GARCÍA ARÉVALO A. MANUEL, 1975, Las espátulas vómicas sonajeros de la cultura taína, in: F. Lizardo (cur.), Instrumentos musicales indígenas dominicanos, Museo del Hombre Dominicano, Santo Domingo, pp. 12-26.

GRANIER-DOYEUX M., 1948, El uso popular de la planta niopo o yopo, Boletín del Oficio Sanitario Panamericano, vol. 27, pp. 156-158.

GRANIER-DOYEUX M., 1948, Acerca de una toxicomanía indígena: el uso de la piptadenia peregrina (ñopo y yopo), Gaceta Médica de Caracas, vol. 56, pp. 13-18 & 161-175.

GRANIER-DOYEUX M., 1965, Native hallucinogenic drugs Piptadenias, Bulletin on Narcotics, vol. 17, pp. 29-38.

LARRAIN BARROS H., 1976, La vilca o paricá (Anadenanthera spp.): Purga o estimulante indígena? Algunas referencias etnohistóricas, Sarance. Revista del Instituto Otavaleño de Antropología, vol. 2(3), pp. 27-49.

LYNCH FERNANDO, 2008, El espíritu del jatáj. Una lectura perspectivista de la psicoactividad del cebil en el chamanismo wichí, IX Congreso Argentino de Antropología Social, Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales, Universidad Nacional de Misiones, Posadas. 

MONTENEGRO MÓNICA, 2004, Il complesso allucinogeno attorno alle Ande: analogie fra le tavolette da fiuto del Cile settentrionale e del nord-est dell’Argentina / El complejo alucinógeno allende los Andes: analogías entre la tabletas para inhalación de sustancia psicoactivas del Norte del Chile y del Noroeste Argentino, Eleusis, vol. 8, pp. 65-83.

OTT JONATHAN, 2001, Shamanic Snuffs or Entheogenic Errhines, Entheobotanica, Solothurn, Switzerland, 160 pp.

PAGÁN-JIMÉNEZ R. JAIME & LISABETH A. CARLSON, 2014, Recent archaeobotanical findings of the hallucinogenic snuff cojoba (Anadenanthera peregrina (L.) Speg.) in precolonial Puerto Rico, Latin American Antiquity, vol. 25(1), pp. 101-116.

PAGÉS LARRAYA F., 1959, La cultura del paricá, Acta Neuropsiquiátrica Argentina, vol. 5, pp. 375-383.

PRANCE T. GHILLEAN, 1970, Notes on the Use of Plant Hallucinogens in Amazonian Brazil, Economic Botany, vol. 24, pp. 62-68.

PRANCE T. GHILLEAN, 1978, The poisons and narcotics of the Dení, Paumarí, Jamamadí and Jarawara of the Purus river region, Revista Brasileira de Botanica, vol. 1, pp. 71-82.

REICHEL-DOLMATOFF GERARDO, 1979, Some Source Materials on Desana Shamanistic Initiation, Antropológica (Caracas), vol. 51, pp. 27-61.

RODD ROBIN & ARELIS SUMABILA, 2011, Yopo, Ethnicity and Social Change: A Comparative Analysis of Piaroa and Cuia Yopo Use, Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, vol. 43(1), pp. 36-45.

SAFFORD E. WILLIAM, 1916, The identity of cohoba, the narcotic snuff of ancient Haiti, Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, vol. 6, pp. 548-562.

SANTESSON C.G. & HENRI S. WASSÉN, 1936, Some observations on South-American arrow-poisons and narcotics, Ethnologiska Studier, vol. 3, pp. 330-358.

SCHULTES E. RICHARD, 1967, The botanical origins of South American snuffs, in: D.H. Efron et al. (Eds.), Ethnopharmacologic search for psychoactive drugs, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Washington, pp. 291-306.

SCHULTES R. EVANS, 1984, Fifteen years of study of psychoactive snuffs of South America: 1967-1982. A review, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol. 11, pp. 17-32.

SEITZ G., 1965, Einige Bemerkungen zur Anwendung und Wirkungsweise der Epena-Schnupfpulver der Waika-Indianern, Göteborg Etnografiska Museet Etnologiska Studier, vol. 28, pp. 117-132.

SEITZ J., GEORG, 1967, Epéna, the Intoxicating Snuff Powder of the Waika Indians and the Tukano Medicine Man, Agostino, in: D.H. Efron et al. (Eds.), Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugs, Public Health Service, Washington, pp. 315-338.

SEITZ J., GEORG, 1969, Die Waikas und ihre Drogen, Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, vol. 94, pp. 266-283.

TORRES M. COSTANTINO, 1996, Status of Research on Psychoactive Snuff Powders. A Review of the Literature, Jahrbuch für Ethnomedizin, vol. 5, pp. 15-39.

TORRES MANUEL CONSTANTINO, 1996, Polveri da fiuto allucinogene nel Cile precolombiano, Altrove, vol. 3, pp. 29-39.

TORRES M. COSTANTINO, 1996, The Use of Anadenanthera colubrina var. Cebil by Wichi (Mataco) Shamans of the Chaco Central, Jahrbuch für Ethnomedizin, vol. 5, pp. 41-58.

TORRES M. COSTANTINO, 1998, Il ruolo della cohoba nello sciamanesimo taino / The Role of cohoba in Taino Shamanism, Eleusis, n.s., vol. 1, pp. 38-50.

TORRES MANUEL CONSTANTINO, 1998, Psychoactive substances in the Archaeology of Northern Chile and NW Argentina. A Comparative review of the Evidence, Chungara, vol. 30(1), pp. 49-63.

TORRES M. COSTANTINO, 2004, Imágenes legibles: La iconografía Tiwanaku como significante, Boletín del Museo Chileno de Arte Percolombino, vol. 9, pp. 55-73.

TORRES MANUEL CONSTANTINO & WILLIAM J. CONKLIN, 1995, Exploring the San Pedro de Atacama/Tiwanaku Relationship, in: Penny Dransart (Ed.), Andean Art: Visual Expression and its Relation to Andean Beliefs and Values, Avebury, Aldershot, pp. 78-108.

TORRES MANUEL CONSTANTINO & DAVID B. REPKE, 1996, The use of Anadenanthera colubrina var. Cebil by Wichi (Mataco) Shamans of the Chaco Central, Argentina, Jahrbuch für Etnomedizin, vol. 5, pp. 41-58.

TORRES M. CONSTANTINO & DAVID B. REPKE, 2006, Anadenanthera. Visionary Plant of Ancient South America, The Haworth Herbal Press, New York, 256 pp.

VALDIVIESO SALIME CURE, 2004, Incesto, aves y conchas. Aproximaciόn a la lectura de algunos mitos de Yopo, Maguaré, VOL. 18, PP. 269-292.

VELOZ MAGGIOLO MARCIO, 1971, El rito de la cohoba entre los aborígenes antillanos, Revista Dominicana de Arqueología y Antropología, vol. 1, pp. 201-216.

WASSÉN S. HENRY, 1965, The use of some specific kinds of South American Indian snuff and related paraphernalia, Etnologiska Studier 28, Göteborg.

WASSÉN S. HENRY, 1967, Anthropological Survey of the Use of South American Snuffs, in: D.H. Efron et al. (Eds.), Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugs, Public Health Service, Washington, pp. 233-289.

WASSÉN HENRY, 1969, Helena Valeros via dolorosa bland waicaindianerna, Särtryck ur Nordisk Medicinhistorisk Årsbok, Suppl. II, pp. 1-12.

WASSÉN HENRY, 1971, Einige wichtige, haptsächlich ethnographischen Daten zum Gebrauch indianischer Schnupfdrogen, Ethnologische Zeitschrift Zürich, vol. 1, pp. 47-63.

WASSÉN S. HENRY, 1995, Some important, mainly ethnographic data concerning the usage of Indian snuffs, Acta Americana, vol. 3(2), pp. 24-42.

WASSÉN S. HENRY & BO R. HOLMSTEDT, 1963, The use of paricá. An ethnological and pharmacological review, Ethnos, vol. 28, pp. 5-45.

ZERRIES O., 1960, Medizinmannwesen und Geisterglauben der Waika-Indianer des Oberen Orinoco, Ethnologica, pp. 487-507.

ZUIDEMA R.T., 1979, El puente del rio Apurimac y el origen mitico de la villca (Anadenanthera colubrina), in: R. Hartmann & U. Oberem (Hersg.), Amerikanistische Studien, vol. 2, Haus Völker und Kulturen, Anthropos-Insitut, St. Augustin, pp. 322-335.

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