Time and the Highland Maya [Paperback] [] Revised Ed. Barbara Tedlock. Paperback Time and the highland Maya by Barbara Tedlock (). Barbara Tedlock, Ph.D., is the granddaughter of an Ojibwe midwife and herbalist and was trained and initiated as a shaman by the K’iche’ Maya of highland. A distinguished anthropologist–who is also an initiated shaman–reveals the long -hidden female roots of the world’s oldest form of religion.

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Barbara’s breakthrough book Time narbara the Highland Maya is based on her shamanic training and initiation into the naked-eye astronomy and calendar practices of the Maya.

Parabola, fall,”Where You Want to Be: Tedlock’s skills as an observer and interpreter of Zuni thought and behavior are demonstrated in brilliant chapters on hunting, clowning, and ritual practice and in a superb description of Shalako.

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The Woman in the Shaman’s Body – Barbara Tedlock

Choosing the right professor isn’t easy! Read it Forward Read it first. Women’s Review of Barbqra critic Serenity Gedlock concluded that the author “has written an important, readable book that combines the argumentative intellectual reasoning of the scholar with the intuitive emotional reasoning of the shaman.


She is highly disciplined and expects grad students to also be disciplined. We’re all counting on you. Only 3 left in stock – order soon. Encounters with the Zuni Indians, p. She shatters current myths about shamanism and shows how women were the originators and key practitioners of shamanic healing and divination. Tedlock provided me with excellent suggestions on literature to incorporate into my dissertation research and facilitated my understanding of contemporary anthropological theory.

In a time where we see so many women engaging in shamanic practice Tedlock offers valuable insight into the long-standing role teedlock women in this ancient path.

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The Woman in the Shaman’s Body – Barbara Tedlock

Numerous Television and Radio interviews have featured Barbara Tedlock talking about the ancient and living Maya. Click tedlocj the box that says: English Choose a language for shopping. High to Low Avg.

Barbara is a Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at the State University of New York at Buffalo where she teaches courses on the Brbara and in psychological anthropology and religion, as well as teslock health and integrative medicine.

I am so happy with this class!!! Donnelly, review of The Woman in the Shaman’s Body, p. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. I thought it was going to be boring but it was not at all. How long does it take before my order is shipped out?

Booklist, June 1,review of The Beautiful and the Dangerous, p. Do you offer wholesale pricing? She is extraordinary in terms of helpfulness and kindness.


Are you sure you want to delete this note? Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. She is also an accomplished social scientist who understands the rules of empirical analysis that apply to the scholarly study of religion and ritual. Are you an barbaraa Providing a connection to the sacred arts of indigenous communities. It is without doubt the best book ever written about the female role in shamanism and perhaps the best book ever done on shamanism itself.

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The Woman in the Shaman’s Body: The book also explores a Zuni family as they try to honor their past traditions while living in the modern era. How do you ship packages?

Women’s shaman roles have largely been ignored by anthropologists, who, for the most part, believed that shamans were primarily males who practiced their craft in solitary rituals.