Jeremy Narby

Swiss-canadian anthropologist; PhD in University of Stanford

Panel :

Contemporary issues on regulation, access and narratives of psychedelics

Panel date & time :

Saturday 18:00-19:30


Jeremy Narby is an anthropologist who has worked for the last 32 years raising funds and advocating for indigenous Amazonian initiatives such as land titling, bilingual and intercultural education programmes and sustainable forestry and fish farming, on the understanding that tropical rainforest is best protected by its indigenous inhabitants. He has also written several books, including "The cosmic serpent: DNA and the origins of knowledge", "Intelligence in nature", and “Plant teachers: ayahuasca, tobacco, and the pursuit of knowledge” (co-authored with Rafael Chanchari Pizuri)