Bibliografia sull’uso tradizionale delle solanacee psicoattive nelle Americhe

Bibliography on the traditional use of the psychoactive Solanaceae in the Americas

APPLEGATE R., 1975, The Datura cult among the Cumash, Journal of Californian Anthropologists, vol. 2, pp. 6-17.

AVILA B. ALEJANDRO (de), 1992, Plants in Contemporary Mixtec Ritual: Juncus, Nicotiana, Datura and Solandra, Journal of Ethnobiology, vol. 12, pp. 237-238.

BAUML A. JIM, 2006, Bibliography – Brugmansia sp., Cultura y Droga, vol. 11(13), pp. 339-350.

BEKER R. JOHN, 1994, The Old Woman and Her Gifts. Pharmacological Bases of the Chumash Use of Datura, Curare, vol. 17(2), pp. 253-276.

BLACKBURN T., 1977, Biopsychological Aspects of Cumash Rock Art, Journal of Californian Anthropologists, vol. 4, pp. 88-94.

BROWN F. MICAHEL, 1978, From the Hero’s Bones: Three Aguarun Hallucinogens and Their Uses, in: Richard I. Ford (Ed.), The Nature and Status of Ethnobotany, Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, pp. 118-136.

BYE ROBERT, RACHEL MATA & JOSÉ, 1991, Botany, Ethnobotany and Chemistry of Datura lanosa (Solanaceae) in Mexico, Anales del Instituto de Biología. Serie Botánica, vol. 61, pp. 21-42.

CALIFANO MARIO & FERNÁNDEZ A. DISTEL, 1982, The Use of Hallucinogenous Plant among the Mascho (Southwestern Amazonia, Peru), Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, vol. 107, pp. 129-143.

CHASE-SARDI MIGUEL, 1979, El uso magico-religioso y medicinal de algunas Solanaceas en la cultura Nivakle, in: AA.VV., Simposio Internazionale sulla Medicina Indigena e Popolare dell’America Latina, ILA, Roma, pp. 191-209.

DE FEO MASSIMO, 2004,The Ritual Use of Brugmansia Species in Traditional Andean Medicine in Northern Peru, Economic Botany, vol. 58, Suppl., pp. S221-S229.

FURST T. PETER, 1989, The Life and Death of the Crazy Kiéri: Natural and Cultural History of a Huichol Myth, Journal of Latin American Lore, vol. 15, pp. 155-179.

FURST T. PETER, 1995, The drunkard Kiéri: new observations of an old problem in huichol psychotropic ethnobotany, Integration, vol. 5, pp. 51-62.

FURST T. PETER, 1997, The “Half-Bad” Kauyumári, Journal of Latin American Lore, vol. 20, pp. 97-124.

FURST T. PETER & BARBARA G. MYERHOFF, 1966, Myth and History. The Jimson Weed Cycle of the Huichols of Mexico, Antropológica, vol. 17, pp. 3-39. Castillan version: El mito como historia: el ciclo del peyote y la datura entre los Huicholes, in: N.S. Sitton et al. (curs.), 1972, El peyote y los Huicholes, Sep/Setentas, Mexico D.F., pp. 55-108.

GAYNTON A.H., 1928, The Narcotic Plant Datura in Aboriginal American Culture, Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley.

HILL W.W., 1938, Navajo Use of Jimson Weed, New Mexico Anthropologist, vol. 3(2), pp. 19-21.

KNAB TIM, 1977, Notes Concerning the Use of Solandra among the Huichol, Economic Botany, vol. 31, pp. 80-86.

KUEHNE HEYDER NICOLA, 1995, Uso de alucinógenos en la Huaxteca. La probable utilización de la Datura en una cultura prehispanica, Integration, vol. 5, pp. 63-71.

LITZINGER WILLIAM, 1994, Yucateco and Lacadon Maya Knowledge of Datura (Solanaceae), Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol. 42, pp. 133-134.

LOCKWOOD E. TOMMIE, 1979, The ethnobotany of Brugmansia, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol. 1, pp. 147-164.

MUNIZAGA A. CARLOS, 1960, Uso actual de miyaya (Datura stramonium) por los araucanos de Chile, Journal de la Société des Américanistes de Paris, vol. 52, pp. 37-43.

PLOWMAN TIMOTHY, LARS O. GYLLENHAAL & JAN E. LINDGREN, 1971, Latua pubiflora, Magic Plant from Southern Chile, Botanical Museum Leaflets, Harward University, vol. 23, pp. 61-92.

PLOWMAN TIMOTHY, 1981, Brugmansia (Baum-Datura) in Südamerika, in: G. Völger et al. (hrg.), Rausch und Realität. Drogen im Kulturvergleicht, Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum für Völkerkunde, Köln, vol. 2, pp. 436-443.

RÄTSCH CHRISTIAN & HEINZ JÜRGEN PROBST, 1985, Xtohk’uh: Zur Ethnobotanik der Datura-Arten bei den Maya in Yucatan, Ethnologia Americana, vol. 21, pp. 1137-1140.

RÄTSCH CHRISTIAN, 2001, Latua pubiflora (Gris.) Baill., Eleusis, n.s., vol. 5, pp. 159-166.

RONDEROS VALDERRAMA JORGE, 2006, El borrachero, pasado y presente en Colombia: mitos, creencias, prácticas y usos en sociedades indígenas, rurales y urbanas, Cultura y Droga (Colombia), vol. 13, pp. 251-272.

SAFFORD WILLIAM EDWIN, 1920, Daturas of the Old World and New: an account of their narcotic properties and their use in oracular and initiatory ceremonies, Annual Report of the Smithonian Institution, pp. 537-567.

SCHULTES R. EVANS & ALEC BRIGHT, 1977, A Native Drawing of an Hallucinogenic Plant from Colombia, Botanical Museum Leaflets, Harvard University, vol. 25, pp. 151-159.

SCHULTES R. EVANS, 1979, Solanaceous hallucinogens and their role in the development of New World cultures, in: J.G. Hawkins, R.N. Lester, and A.D. Skelding (eds.), The Biology and Taxonomy of the Solanaceae,  London, Academic Press. Linnean Society Symposium Series No. 7. pp. 137-160.

WINKELMAN MICHAEL & PETER FINELLI, 2006, El kusiyai: chamanismo entre las poblaciones Yumanas del norte de Baja California, Culturales, vol. 2(3), pp. 111-131.

YARNELL R.A., 1959, Prehistoric Pueblo use of Datura, El Palacio, vol. 66, pp. 176-178.

YASUMOTO MASAYA, 1991, On the Psychotropic Kiéri Plants of the Huichol (in Japanese), Kokusai Shogakubu Bulletin, vol. 2, n. 1.

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