de Pieri Benedito, Camila (Pietro) (2021). Um convite para a diversidade nos grupos ayahuasqueiros. Chacruna Latinoamérica.

Dumit, Joe & Sanabria, Emilia (forthcoming). “Set, Setting and Clinical Trials - Colonial Technologies and Psychedelics" in The Palgrave Handbook for the Anthropology of Technology, edited by Maja Hojer Bruun & Klaus Høyer.

Sanabria, Emilia (2021). "Vegetative Value: promissory horizons of therapeutic innovation in the global circulation of ayahuasca." BioSocieties (Special Issue: Making Valuable Health) 

Sanabria, Emilia (forthcoming). "Futures" Cambridge Handbook of Anthropology of Gender and Sexuality. in Fotta, M.; McCallum, C.; Posocco, S. eds. University of Cambridge Press  

Talin, Piera (2021). “Healing with the Brew. Ayahuasca reconfigures addiction.” in Ayahuasca Healing and Science, edited by B. Labate & C. Cavnar. Cham, CH: Springer.  


Mesturini, Silvia (2020). « Chants, dessins, rituels et enjeux d’écriture. Comment écrire une progression d’interprétations croisées ? ». in Ecritures anthropologiques, Charlier, Grard, Laugrand, Laurent, Simon (eds.), Academia, coll. Investigations d’Anthropologie Prospective

Sanabria, Emilia (2020). "(Psychedelics) Beyond the “Neuro”." CulAnth Hot Spots, Fieldsights, July 21.

Dumit, Joe & Sanabria, Emilia (2020). "Fragments on the Demise of the Pharmaceutical." American Ethnologist Anthropological Fantasies After COVID-19 

Elcock, Chris & Dyck, Erika (2020). “Reconsidering Bummer Trips: Scientific, Religious, and Cultural Explanations of Adverse Reactions to LSD and Psychedelics.” Social History of Alcohol and Drugs. 

Elcock, Chris (2020). Psychedelic philanthropy: The nonprofit sector and Timothy Leary's 1960s psychedelic movement. The History of the Behavioural Sciences, early view


Sanabria, Emilia (2019). Towards an anthropology of encounters: ayahuasca’s multiplicity and the politics of knowledge. Habilitation à diriger des recherches, ENS de Lyon. 


Elcock, Chris (2018).Drug Subcultures in the American City, 1800-present.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History.

Talin, Piera (2018). Black as ink. Burning as fire. Ethnography of a B.O.R. session. in Galleria Varsi (eds.) Body of Reverbs. New rituals for contemporary bodies. Galleria Varsi, Roma.

Sanabria, Emilia (2018). Endurance and alterability.” Correspondences "Hormones". Cultural Anthropology. 


Hardon, Anita and Sanabria, Emilia (2017). Fluid Drugs: Revisiting the Anthropology of Pharmaceuticals.” Annual Review of Anthropology 46 pp117-132.

Talin, Piera and Sanabria, Emilia (2017).Ayahuasca’s entwined efficacy: An ethnographic study of ritual healing from ‘addiction’.” International Journal Drug Policy 44 pp23-30.


Mesturini Cappo, S. 2018. “What Ayahusca Wants. Notes for the study and preservation of an entagled ayahuasca.” In The Expanding World Ayahuasca Diaspora: Appropriation, Integration and Legislation, edited by B.Labate and C. Cavnar, pp157-176. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Mesturini Cappo, S. 2018.“Rituel et mise en scène du dépaysement. Performance et performativité de la ritualité amazonienne et internationale de l’ayahuasca.” In Rituels en action, edited by B. Sibona and M. Watthee-Delmotte, pp209-228. Louvain-la-Neuve, BE: Academia-Imaginaires. 

Lowy, I. & Sanabria, E. 2016. The biomedicalization of Latin-American bodies.”Manguinhos: História, Ciências, Saúde 23(1) pp11-18.

Brives, C.; Le Marcis, F.  & Sanabria, E. 2016.What’s in a Context? Tenses and Tensions in Evidence-Based Medicine.” Medical Anthropology: Cross-Cultural Studies in Health and Illness 35(5) pp369-376.

Sanabria, E. 2016. Plastic Bodies: sex hormones and menstrual suppression in Brazil. Experimental Futures series, Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press (recipient of the Michelle Z. Rosaldo and Diana Forsythe prizes).

Sanabria, E. 2016. Circulating Ignorance: Complexity and Agnogenesis in the Obesity ‘Epidemic’.”Cultural Anthropology 31(1) pp131–158.

Sanabria, E. 2016. “The compounding pharmacy in Brazil.” In The Routledge Handbook of Medical Anthropology, edited by L. MandersonE. Cartwright & A. Hardon; pp213-217. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.


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