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A study of what we really know about shamans, in Siberia and elsewhere. It traces the history of shamans, describes local variations and different types of shamanism, and explores more recent western influences on its history and modern practice.
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Ronald Hutton is Professor of History at Bristol University and author of The Rise and Fall of Merrie England, Stations of the Sun and The Triumph of the Moon.
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