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List of Chacruna Contributors:

Adam Andros Aronovich, M.A.

Adam Andros Aronovich, M.A.

Adam Andros Aronovich lives in the Peruvian Amazon, working as research coordinator for the Chaikuni Institute and the Temple of the Way of Light. In addition, he is an active member of the Medical Anthropology Research Center in Catalunya, Spain, and has written for various publications around the world.
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Dr. Timothy D. Brewerton

Dr. Timothy D. Brewerton

Dr. Timothy Brewerton is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina, certified in general, child-adolescent, forensic psychiatry and addiction medicine. He is an author on 150+ publications, including two books.
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    Dr. Clancy Cavnar, Psy.D.

    Dr. Clancy Cavnar, Psy.D.

    Dr. Clancy Cavnar is a licensed psychologist and member of the Interdisciplinary Group for Psychoactive Studies (NEIP). She is the Manuscript Editor at Chacruna. She is also a visionary artist and you can see her beautiful art at www.clancycavnar.com
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    Dawn D. Davis, Ph.D. (C)

    Dawn D. Davis, Ph.D. (C)

    Dawn D. Davis is a mother, a wife to Dr. Cleve Davis, a micro-farmer and a Ph.D student at the University of Idaho. She exercises laughter and practices humor.
    Dawn D. Davis, Ph.D. (C)

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    Alexander Dawson, Ph.D.

    Alexander Dawson, Ph.D.

    Alec Dawson has a PhD in History from SUNY-Stony Brook, and teaches at Simon Fraser University. He is the author of three books and numerous articles.
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    Gretel Echazú, Ph.D.

    Gretel Echazú, Ph.D.

    Gretel Echazú has a Ph.D in anthropology. She has researched gender, ethnicity and the nation in the context of ayahuasca tourism in the Peruvian Lowland Amazon. She currently works as a Post Doctorate Researcher at the Universidade Federal de Rio Grande do Norte, RN/Brazil.
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    Ben Feinberg, Ph.D.

    Ben Feinberg, Ph.D.

    Ben Feinberg is a Professor of Anthropology at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, NC. He is the author of “The Devil’s Book of Culture: History, Mushrooms, and Caves in Southern Mexico” (2003).
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    Amanda Feilding

    Amanda Feilding

    Amanda Feilding is the Founder and Director of the Beckley Foundation. Through the Scientific Programme, Amanda orchestrates collaborations with leading scientists worldwide, investigating cannabis, psilocybin, LSD, Ayahuasca, DMT and MDMA.
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    Jenna Fletcher, M.A.

    Jenna Fletcher, M.A.

    Jenna Fletcher is a psychotherapist in private practice in Ottawa, Canada. She has done research on ayahuasca-assisted therapy for eating disorders and comorbid mental health challenges.
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    Alex K. Gearin, Ph.D.

    Alex K. Gearin, Ph.D.

    Alex K. Gearin has a Ph.D. in cultural anthropology. He has done ethnographic research on ayahuasca healing ceremonies in Australia. He is the founder and director of the psychedelic knowledge hub Kahpi.net
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    Hayden Griffin, Ph.D.

    Hayden Griffin, Ph.D.

    Hayden Griffin is an assistant professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Alabama, Birmingham. He has a PhD in criminology from the University of Florida and a JD from the University of Richmond. He has more than 30 publications and is first author (along with Vanessa Woodward and John Sloan) of The Money and Politics of Criminal Justice Policy (Carolina Academic Press, 2016.)
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    Graham St. John, Ph.D.

    Graham St. John, Ph.D.

    Graham St John, PhD, is Senior Research Fellow, University of Fribourg, Switzerland. He is a cultural anthropologist specialising in event-cultures and entheogens. He has authored/edited eight books including "Mystery School in Hyperspace: A Cultural History of DMT". www.edgecentral.net
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    Stanley Krippner, Ph.D

    Stanley Krippner, Ph.D

    Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., is the Alan Watts Professor of Psychology at Saybrook University in Oakland California. His many books include "Personal Mythology and Working with Dreams" and "PTSD Nightmares: 14 Approaches for Psychotherapists and Counselors".
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    Bia Labate, Ph.D.

    Bia Labate, Ph.D.

    Bia Labate has a Ph.D in anthropology. She has published seventeen books about psychedelic plant medicines, shamanism, religion, ritual and drug policy. She is an Associate Editor at Chacruna.
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    Armando Loizaga

    Armando Loizaga

    Armando Loizaga is president of the Nierika Institute in Mexico. His work focuses on advancing multidisciplinary clinical research protocols to evaluate therapeutic potential of psychedelic plants used in ritual contexts, preservation of indigenous psychedelic culture and drug policy reform.
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      Dr. Adèle Lafrance

      Dr. Adèle Lafrance

      Dr. Adele Lafrance is an Associate Professor at Laurentian University and Clinical Psychologist. She conducts research on the therapeutic value of psychedelics and supports clinicians in the provision of psychedelic-integration support.
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      Anja Loizaga-Velder, Ph.D.

      Anja Loizaga-Velder, Ph.D.

      Anja Loizaga-Velder, PhD is clinical psychologist who has been investigating the therapeutic potential of the ritual use of psychedelic plants for twenty years. She is Director of Research and Psychotherapy at the Nierika Institute in Mexico.
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      Larry Norris, MA

      Larry Norris, MA

      Larry Norris, MA, PhD Candidate is the co-founder and executive director of ERIE 501(c)(3), a group dedicated to the development of entheogenic education and integration models.
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      Leopardo Yawa Bane

      Leopardo Yawa Bane

      Leopardo Yawa Bane was born in the indigenous land Kaxinawá of Rio Jordão, in the state of the Acre, Brazil. He left the Amazon to better learn how to lead his people through our modern times and has been traveling the world leading healing ceremonies for the last 10 years
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      Martin Fortier, Ph.D. (C)

      Martin Fortier, Ph.D. (C)

      Martin Fortier is a doctoral student at Institut Jean Nicod (Paris) and a visiting student researcher at Stanford University. His research investigates the interplay between neurobiological and cultural processes in hallucinogenic experiences.
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      Miroslav Horák, Ph.D.

      Miroslav Horák, Ph.D.

      Miroslav Horák, Ph.D. is research assistant at the Department of Languages and Cultural Studies, Faculty of Regional Development and International Studies, Mendel University in Brno. He focuses on ethnobotanicals, medical anthropology, and drug addiction treatment.
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      Neal M. Goldsmith, Ph.D

      Neal M. Goldsmith, Ph.D

      Neal M. Goldsmith, Ph.D. is a social psychologist, licensed psychotherapist, and author specializing in psychospiritual development, with particular expertise in psychedelic psychotherapy. He is author of the book Psychedelic Healing: The Promise of Entheogens for Psychotherapy and Spiritua Development.
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      Patrick Smith, Ph.D. (c)

      Patrick Smith, Ph.D. (c)

      Patrick is a Ph.D student in regenerative medicine at the University of Manchester, UK. He writes on thepsychedelicscientist.com and thethirdwave.co about psychedelic research and culture.
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      Dr. Paul Glue

      Dr. Paul Glue

      Dr. Paul Glue is a clinical psychiatrist and psychopharmacology researcher at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
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      Pedro Musalem, Ph.D

      Pedro Musalem, Ph.D

      Pedro Musalem is a chilean medical doctor and doctor in social anthropology, currently working on the fields of public health and medical psychedelia. He has worked as a researcher in Takiwasi, in 2005, and lived with the Siona people in 2013/2014.
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      Rachel Harris, Ph.D.

      Rachel Harris, Ph.D.

      Rachel Harris, PhD is the author of Listening to Ayahuasca: New Hope for Depression, Addiction, PTSD, and Anxiety. She was in private psychotherapy practice for thirty-five years. Visit her online at www.ListeningToAyahuasca.com.
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      Robert Heffernan

      Robert Heffernan

      Rob Heffernan is an independent researcher and activist who has been involved in the vegetalismo and Santo Daime ayahuasca traditions for 17 years. He was a member and chairman of the Santo Daime US legal committee for a number of years, and has recently begun collaborating with the Ayahuasca Defense Fund.
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      Sidarta Ribeiro, Ph.D.

      Sidarta Ribeiro, Ph.D.

      Professor of Neuroscience and Director of the Brain Institute at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. Researches memory, sleep & dreams, neural plasticity, psychedelics, and drug policy.
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      Stacy B. Schaefer, Ph.D.

      Stacy B. Schaefer, Ph.D.

      Dr. Stacy B. Schaefer is Professor Emerita in the Department of Anthropology, California State University, Chico.  She has researched and published on peyote among the Huichol Indians and the Native American Church for more than three decades. 
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      Stevens Rehen, Ph.D.

      Stevens Rehen, Ph.D.

      is full professor at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and and research director at the D'Or Institute for Research and Education. Professor Rehen is focused on neurological diseases and drug discovery by using induced pluripotent stem cells.
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        Dr. Tanya Maté

        Dr. Tanya Maté

        Dr. Tanya Maté is the Integration Director with the Temple of the Way of Light. She works with and oversees a network of integration providers who provide support for people post-ayahuasca experience.
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          Vanja Dakic, Ph.D.

          Vanja Dakic, Ph.D.

          Vanja Dakic finished PhD at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, supervised by Professor Steven Rehen. She investigated biological effects of the psychoactive components of plant tea Ayahuasca using in vitro models of human nervous system.
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          Alec Dawson, Ph.D

          Alec Dawson, Ph.D

          Alexander Dawson, Ph.D., teaches history at the University at Albany. He is the author of three books and numerous articles, and will publish The Peyote Effect: From the Inquisition to the War on Drugs, with the University of California Press in 2018.
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          Alicia Danforth, Ph.D.

          Alicia Danforth, Ph.D.

          Alicia Danforth Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and researcher. She is the co-investigator for the first pilot study of MDMA-assisted therapy for the treatment of social anxiety in autistic adults.
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          Dr. Gabor Maté

          Dr. Gabor Maté

          Dr. Gabor Maté, M.D., is a renowned speaker and bestselling author. His work focus on a range of topics including addiction, stress, childhood development, and the psychedelic medicine ayahuasca.
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          Dr. Claudio Naranjo

          Dr. Claudio Naranjo

          Dr. Claudio Naranjo is a Chilean psychiatrist who was part of the early Esalen Staff, created the International SAT program for personal transformation and has lately been mostly interested in changing Education as a response to the world problematique.
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          Jeremy Narby, Ph.D.

          Jeremy Narby, Ph.D.

          Jeremy Narby has a PhD in anthropology from Stanford University. He has published 3 books about ayahuasca, shamanism and ecological knowledge, including the book "Psychotropic Mind: The World According to Ayahuasca, Iboga, and Shamanism"
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          Diana Negrín, Ph.D.

          Diana Negrín, Ph.D.

          Diana Negrín is a geographer and educator based in the San Francisco Bay Area and Guadalajara. She currently serves on the board of the Wixárika Research Center, lectures at the University of San Francisco and is an associate scholar at the Center for the Investigation and Study in Social Anthropology (Mexico).
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          Amanda Reiman, Ph.D.

          Amanda Reiman, Ph.D.

          Amanda Reiman received her PhD from UC Berkeley and is the Community Manager for Flow Kana and the Secretary of the International Cannabis Farmer’s Association.
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          Dr. Bruno Rasmussen Chaves

          Dr. Bruno Rasmussen Chaves

          Bruno Rasmussen Chaves is a physician who has been researching and working with ibogaine in Brazil for more than 20 years. He is the former director of  the Global Ibogaine Therapists Alliance (GITA). He is also interested in MDMA and other psychedelics.
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          Isabel Santana de Rose, Ph.D

          Isabel Santana de Rose, Ph.D

          Isabel Santana de Rose has a Ph.D in anthropology. She is co-author of the book "Ayahuasca Religions: a bibliography & critical essays" (2009), and several research articles. She examines the emergence of contemporary shamanic networks in Brazil, and is a researcher at the Institute Brazil Plural (IBP).
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          Oscar Calavia-Sáez, Ph.D.

          Oscar Calavia-Sáez, Ph.D.

          Oscar Calavia-Sáez - born in La Rioja, Spain, 1959, living in Brazil from 1986 on- is a writer and anthropologist specialized in Amazonian indians and religion.
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          Dr. Scott Shannon

          Dr. Scott Shannon

          Dr. Scott Shannon, MD, is a leader and pioneer in the field of Integrative Medicine and Integrative Psychiatry. He has authored four books and trains professionals worldwide.
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          Glenn H. Shepard Jr., Ph.D.

          Glenn H. Shepard Jr., Ph.D.

          Glenn Shepard Jr., is an ethnobotanist, medical anthropologist and film maker now working at the Goeldi Museum in Brazil. He has written on topics ranging from shamanism to human ecology to indigenous modernity. See his blog: ethnoground.blogspot.com
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          Dena Sharrock, Ph.D. (c)

          Dena Sharrock, Ph.D. (c)

          Dena Sharrock is a PhD candidate in Anthropology from the University of Newcastle, Australia. Her ethnographic research was carried out at the Temple of the Way of Light, Iquitos, Peru.
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          Dr. Jordan Sloshower

          Dr. Jordan Sloshower

          Jordan Sloshower, MD, MSc, is a resident psychiatrist at Yale University and co-founder of the Yale Psychedelic Science Group. His research focuses on therapeutic applications of psilocybin and ayahuasca.
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          Dr. Joe Tafur

          Dr. Joe Tafur

          Dr. Joseph Tafur is a Colombian-American family physician. After post-doctoral research in psychoneuroimmunology, Dr. Tafur trained in ayahuasca shamanism under Shipibo healer Ricardo Amaringo at Nihue Rao Centro Espiritual.
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          Christopher Timmermann, Ph.D.(c)

          Christopher Timmermann, Ph.D.(c)

          Christopher Timmermann obtained a BSc in Psychology in Santiago, Chile and a MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Bologna in Italy. He is currently completing a PhD in Imperial College London, leading a project focusing on the effects of DMT in the brain and human consciousness.
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          Robin Wright, Ph.D.

          Robin Wright, Ph.D.

          Robin Wright has researched and published widely on indigenous Amazonian shamanism for 30 years. His recent book is entitled "Mysteries of the Jaguar Shamans of the Northwest Amazon". He is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Florida.
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          Bruno Gomes, M.A.

          Bruno Gomes, M.A.

          Bruno Ramos Gomes, M.A., is a psychologist with a master’s degree in public health from São Paulo University, Brazil. Since 2004, he has been working on reducing drug related harms in Cracolandia, São Paulo; a region with hundreds of crack users. He has been conducting Ibogaine treatment since 2010. He is a collaborator on ICARO-UNICAMP’s ayahuasca research to treat alcohol dependence program.
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          Camila de Pieri Benedito Ph.D. (C)

          Camila de Pieri Benedito Ph.D. (C)

          Camila de Pieri Benedito is a PhD candidate in sociology at UFSCar doing research on gender and religion in the Santo Daime religion. She is part of NEREP and NEIP.
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          Carlos Suárez Álvarez

          Carlos Suárez Álvarez

          Carlos Suárez Álvarez has a Masters in Amazonian Studies from the Universidad Nacional Colombia and is the author of the multimedia book, Ayahuasca, Iquitos and Monster Vorax. He has lived in an indigenous community in the Colombian Amazon since 2008.
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          Chris Dodds

          Chris Dodds

          Chris Dodds was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He works as a photojournalist and has traveled multiple times to the Amazon, he has known Yawa Bane for the last 7 years. He currently resides in Los Angeles
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            Edward MacRae, Ph.D

            Edward MacRae, Ph.D

            Edward MacRae is associate professor of anthropology at the Federal University of Bahia, researcher at CETAD/UFBA and NEIP. He has written extensively on LGBT rights, AIDS, harm reduction and ayahuasca.
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            Ifetayo Harvey

            Ifetayo Harvey

            Ifetayo Harvey is from Charleston, and has a BA in History and African Studies from Smith College. She is currently working as the Communications Associate at the Drug Policy Alliance. https://if3tay0.wordpress.com
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              Ignacio Carrera, Ph.D.

              Ignacio Carrera, Ph.D.

              Ignacio Carrera works as an Assistant Professor in the Universidad de la República, Uruguay. His research interest lies in the preparation of novel small molecules for the treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders and the development of biocatalytic methods for organic synthesis. He obtained his PhD in organic chemistry in Universidad de la República and coursed his postdoctoral studies at Columbia University in the city of New York.
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              Jae Sevelius, Ph.D.

              Jae Sevelius, Ph.D.

              Jae Sevelius, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Medicine at University of California, San Francisco, and holds a Certificate in Psychedelic Therapies and Research from the California Institute of Integral Studies.
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              Jean-Francois Sobiecki

              Jean-Francois Sobiecki

              Jean-Francois Sobiecki is an ethnobotanist and herbalist healer from South Africa whose passion and work is to teach people how to use medicinal plants for healing and self development. E-mail: [email protected], Practice: www.phytoalchemy.co.za, Research: www.khanyisagarden.co.za.
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              Rev. Dr. Jessica Rochester

              Rev. Dr. Jessica Rochester

              Rev. Dr. Jessica Rochester is the Madrinha and President of Céu do Montréal, a Santo Daime Church she founded in 1997 in Montréal, Canada. She is an ordained Inter-Faith Minister with a Doctorate in Divinity. A Transpersonal counsellor, she trained in the work of Dr. Roberto Assagioli and trained with Dr. Stanislav Grof. 
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              Julie D. Megler, NP

              Julie D. Megler, NP

              Julie D. Megler, NP is a nurse practitioner with a practice focusing on integrative mental health and integration of non-ordinary states of consciousness. She is also on the board of directors of ERIE (Entheogenic Research, Integration, and Education) a 501c3 non-profit in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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                Kathleen Harrison, M.A.

                Kathleen Harrison, M.A.

                Kathleen Harrison, M.A., is an ethnobotanist who teaches about plants and fungi, especially ritual and mythical relationships with nature. She co-founded Botanical Dimensions in 1985, with Terence McKenna. www.botanicaldimensions.org
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                Kerry Moran, M.A., LPC

                Kerry Moran, M.A., LPC

                Kerry Moran, M.A., LPC is a depth-oriented psychotherapist and writer working with the integration of ayahuasca. She lives in Pisac, Peru. Her website is www.ayahuascawisdom.com.
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                Kevin Feeney, Ph.D.

                Kevin Feeney, Ph.D.

                Kevin Feeney has a law degree and a Ph.D. in cultural anthropology. He is currently a lecturer at Central Washington University, and has published a number of articles examining legal and regulatory issues surrounding the religious and cultural use of psychoactive plants.
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                Wendy Chapkis, Ph.D.

                Wendy Chapkis, Ph.D.

                Wendy Chapkis, Professor of Sociology at the University of Southern Maine, is co-author of Dying to Get High (New York University Press, 2008) and numerous drug policy reform articles. 
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                Charlotte Walsh, MPhil

                Charlotte Walsh, MPhil

                Charlotte Walsh is a legal academic at Leicester Law School. Her writings and talks challenge the drug laws as they pertain to psychedelics from a liberal, human rights-informed perspective.
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