Research on Botanicas & Latinos' Folk Healing Practices in the United States
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Botanicas Unplugged: Latinos' Religious Healing and the Impact of the Immigrant Continuum. African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines. 2018; 15(1), 188 198.
Practical Magic in the Urban Milieu: Botanicas and the Informal Economy of Healing. In P. Sutherland, R. Moddley & B. Chevannes, eds. Caribbean Healing Traditions: Implications for Health and Mental Health. New Jersey: Routledge University Press, 2014, 227-238.
Beyond the Supranatural: Latino Healers Treating Latino Immigrants in New York City. The Journal of Latino-Latin American Studies. 2006; 2, 134-148.
Viladrich, A. Botánicas in America's Backyard: Uncovering the World of Latino Immigrants' Herb Healing Practices. Human Organization; 2006; 65, 407-19. Reprinted in I. Stavans, ed. Health Care. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2010; 86-108.
From "Shrinks" to "Urban Shamans": Argentine Immigrants' Therapeutic Eclecticism in New York City
Welcome to El Barrio: An Afternoon in the Company of a Latina Folk Healer