The Society for Ethnobiology publishes three high-quality journals, each presenting peer-reviewed, original research on past or present relationships of human societies with their biological worlds.
The Journal of Ethnobiology, the flagship journal of the Society, has been publishing original research articles for 28 years. The Journal particularly welcomes high-caliber papers presenting new approaches and data, and those that significantly advance theory in ethnobiology. The Journal is available free to members via BioOne, and through subscription as either digital or paper journal issues.
Contributions in Ethnobiology is a peer-reviewed digital monograph series presenting original book-length research in any area of ethnobiology. These interdisciplinary monographs present data-rich, state-of-the-art studies including non-traditional data formats. Contributions monographs are available free to members and for a small fee to non-members.
Ethnobiology Letters is an open-access, fully online, peer-reviewed journal for publication of short communications and is freely available on-line through the Society website. Letters welcome submissions of research communications, perspectives, books reviews, and notes on data, methods, and taxonomies.