Marilyn Cebolla Badie
Rituales de iniciación entre los Mbya-Guaraní del nordeste de Argentina: Un estudio comparativo con sociedades amazónicas y de tierras bajas sudamericanas/ Rituals of Initiation among the Mbya-Guaraní of Northeastern Argentina: A Comparative Study of Amazonian and South American Lowlands Societies.
Marilyn Cebolla Badie teaches ethnology, ethnobiology, and inter-ethnic relations in the Department of Social Anthropology of Universidad Nacional de Misiones (Argentina). She holds a Licenciatura in Social Anthropology from Universidad Nacional de Misiones, a Diploma in Advanced Studies and a PhD in Social Anthropology from the Universidad de Barcelona (Spain). Dr. Cebolla is a recognized authority on the Mbya Guaraní, and has published widely on their social, linguistic and cultural aspects of this community. Her book on cosmology and nature among the Mbya Guaraní is forthcoming in Editorial Biblos later this year.