By Mark Frauenfelder at 1:32 pm Mon, May 11, 2009
Abraham Abulafia says:
This is a rare audio of R. E. Schultes, the remarkable founder of Ethnobotany, talking about hallucinogenic plants.
Audio of R E Schultes on Hallucinogenic Plants
Thanks for posting this. Voice quality looks fine. Where can I get more of Schultes? Please share any leads!
It’s “Entheobotany”, just to be a twerp about it
Was this entire lecture given via speak and spell?
oh i thought he was ON hallucinogenic plants
It’s rare all right … apparently whoever recorded it can’t read a level-meter that’s pegged.
Is there a transcription of this? I can’t make out what he’s saying.
Or maybe that’s the point.
@#6 Anonymous: To my discerning ear, Mark’s headline seems to apply in both possible interpretations.
I misunderstood the title.
Schultes’ last book was a major work of Ethnobotany. Lecture sounds better now!
wow, number three, if you want to be a really big twerp about it, tell that to the ethnobotany department at university of Hawaii or any other institution that calls it an ethnobotany major.
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