Contributions in Ethnobiology

Contributions in Ethnobiology is a peer-reviewed monograph series published electronically by the Society of Ethnobiology. The series is a forum for publishing original book-length research on past or present relationships of human societies with their biological worlds. Contributions are data-rich, state-of-the-art studies, which may be either single-authored or edited volumes with multiple authors. On-line publication allows freedom from traditional publishing restraints on specialist topics, unusual length, and number of figures. The series’ intended readership is interdisciplinary and includes academics and practitioners in archaeology, biology, cultural anthropology, ecology, geography, and pharmacology, among others.

Titles are available electronically or in paperback. Members can download electronic copies for free and receive a 30% discount on print versions. [Join the Society now]. Non-members may download individual chapters for $7.00/each.

For further information on the Contribution series, contact the General Series Editors, Marsha Quinlan and Justin Nolan at contributions@ethnobiology.org

Published:

Sprouting Valley: Historical Ethnobotany of the Northern Pomo from Potter Valley, California

Sprouting Valley: Historical Ethnobotany of the Northern Pomo from Potter Valley, California, by James R. Welch

Explorations in Ethnobiology: The Legacy of Amadeo Rea

Explorations in Ethnobiology: The Legacy of Amadeo Rea, edited by Marsha Quinlan and Dana Lepofsky

 

Stay tuned for these publications in our series:

Secwepmec People & Plants: Research Papers in Shuswap Ethnobotany

Secwepemc People & Plants: Research Papers in Shuswap Ethnobotany, edited by Marianne B. Ignace, Nancy J. Turner, and Sandra Peacock

Bush Medicine in Dominica

Bush Medicine in Dominica: Ethnophysiology and Medical Ethnobotany in a Caribbean Horticultural Village, by Marsha Quinlan

Paleobiolinguistic Atlas of New World Crops

Paleobiolinguistic Atlas of New World Crops, by Cecil H. Brown, Charles R. Clement, Patience Epps, Eike Luedeling, and Søren Wichmann