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Talk | Jeremy Narby, Ibã Sales Huni Kuin
How can dialog and exchange across the borders of cultures and knowledge systems be successful? Ibã Sales, one of the best known and most important representatives of Indigenous cultural practices, is a shaman of the Indigenous Huni Kuin people in the southern Brazilian Amazonian region and a txana (master of chants) of the MAHKU – Artistic Movement of the Huni Kuin. Jeremy Narby is a Stanford anthropologist and writer, who spent several years living with Indigenous communities in the Amazonian region cataloging Indigenous uses of rainforest resources. In his books, Narby examines shamanism and molecular biology.
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