The Society of Ethnobiology is pleased to announce the publication of Explorations in Ethnobiology: The Legacy of Amadeo Rea, edited by Marsha Quinlan and Dana Lepofsky. This collection of papers, compiled in honor of ethnobiologist Amadeo Rea, is the first in our new on-line and print-on-demand series, Contributions in Ethnobiology. The volume chapters are authored by some of today's leaders in ethnobiology and cover much of the breadth of the discipline, including ethnobotany, ethnozoology, and ethnolinguistics, from the distant past to the immediate present.
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|Chapter Title||Price (USD)|
|Preface to Explorations in Ethnobiology: The Legacy of Amadeo Rea||$7.00|
|1. Diversity and its Destruction: Comments on the Chapters||$7.00|
|2. Amadeo M. Rea and Ethnobiology in Arizona: Biography of Influences and Early Contributions of a Pioneering Ethnobiologist||$7.00|
|3. Ten Principles of Ethnobiology: An Interview with Amadeo Rea||$7.00|
|4. What Shapes Cognition? Traditional Sciences and Modern International Science||$7.00|
|5. Pre-Columbian Agaves: Living Plants Linking an Ancient Past in Arizona||$7.00|
|6. The Paleobiolinguistics of Domesticated Squash (Cucurbita spp.)||$7.00|
|7. The Wild, the Domesticated, and the Coyote-Tainted: The Trickster and the Tricked in Hunter-Gatherer versus Farmer Folklore||$7.00|
|8. “Dog” as Life-Form||$7.00|
|9. The Kasaga’yu: An Ethno-Ornithology of the Cattail-Eater Northern Paiute People of Western Nevada||$7.00|
|10. People of the Sky: Birds in Chumash Culture||$7.00|
|11. Upland Salado Resource Use||$7.00|
|12. Amadeo M. Rea and the Case of a Vanishing Owl||$7.00|
|13. “To Feed all the People”: Lucille Clifton’s Fall Feasts for the Gitga’at Community of Hartley Bay, British Columbia||$7.00|