Shamans and Traditions (Bibliotheca Shamanistica)
Author Mihly Hoppl founder and president of the International Society of Shamanistic Research has written numerous studies examining shamanistic culture in many parts the world. His research has covered the comparative mythology of Uralic peoples, ethnosemiotics, theory of tradition, and shamanism in Eurasia. He has conducted fieldwork in Siberia among Sakha, Tuva, Buryat, Nanai, and in North East China among Manchu, Daur, and Bargu nationalities. Shamans and Traditions, his most current study, follows in the wake of his recent works Rediscovery of Shamanic Heritage (2003), Shamans and Cultures (2001), and Studies on Mythology and Uralic Shamanism (2001).
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