- Ph.D. Anthropology, University of Florida
- M.A. Anthropology, University of Florida, 2014
- B.A. Gender Studies, University of Colorado, 1995
Ethnobotany, ethnomusicology, shamanism, environmental anthropology, bio-cultural diversity, indigenous peoples, political ecology, gender, Western Amazon
Callicott, Christina 2016 “Introduction to the Special Issue: Ayahuasca, Plant-Based Spirituality, and the Future of Amazonia.” Anthropology of Consciousness 27(2):113-20.
Callicott, Christina 2013 “Interspecies communication in the Western Amazon: Music as a form of conversation between plants and people.” European Journal of Ecopsychology 4:32-43.
Callicott, Christina and Catherine Tucker. 2019. “Marketing Organic Foods in the United States.” Organic Food, Farming and Culture. Janet Chrzan and Jacqueline Ricotta, editors. Routledge.
Callicott, Christina, Bette Loiselle and Patricia Delamonica Sampaio 2015 Tropical Conservation and Development Program 2014 Alumni Survey Report. Gainesville: University of Florida Tropical Conservation and Development Program. Accessible at http://www.tcd.ufl.edu/Data/Sites/44/media/documents/reports/
Callicott, Christina. 2017 (In press) “Interspecies communication in the Western Amazon: Music as a form of conversation between plants and people” (translation–French). Cygne Noir: Revue d’Exploration Sémiotique 4(2017):n.p.
Callicott, Christina, translated by Catarina Barros. N.D. (In press) “Interspecies communication in the Western Amazon: Music as a form of conversation between plants and people” (translation–Portuguese). Chão da Feira Caderno de Leituras.
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