“Put this book at the top of your list of essential reading about indigenous cultures and healing practices of the Americas. Beautifully written and researched, Professor Gonzales' book is enriched by her accounts of personal experience with red medicine and the resurgence of indigenous women in the role of healers.” —Leslie Marmon Silko
"It is often difficult to write academically about a subject that is so ethereal, but Patrisia Gonzales manages to blend the scholarly and personal sides of her topic effortlessly."—AlterNative
Patrisia Gonzales is an assistant professor in the Department of Mexican American Studies and is an affiliated faculty member in American Indian Studies Programs and the Native American Research and Training Center at the University of Arizona. She is the author of The Mud People: Chronicles, Testimonios & Remembrances.
Had to get this for a college class. It was in brand spanking new condition. It offers an interesting perspective on Indigenous spirituality.Published 9 months ago by LPandMK
Found the book very interesting and very informative. Gives lengthy explainiations and excellent references. Easy to understand. A welcome addition to my library.Published 11 months ago by wolfdog