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About the Author
Benjamin Feinberg is Professor of Anthropology at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina.
Table of ContentsPreface Acknowledgments
1. Introduction: A Toyota in Huautla
2. Historical and Geographical Overview: The Master Narrative of the Past
3. From Indians to Hillbillies: Explicit Stories about the Mazatec Past
4. "Like Rock, but Mazatec": Fiestas in Huautla
5. The Secret Past
6. "¿Quiere Hierba? ¿Quiere Hongo?" Mushrooms, Culture, Experts, and Drugs
7. The Underground World
8. Conclusion: The Devil's Book Notes Bibliography
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