28th Annual Conference of the Society of Ethnobiology


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Aloyisius, Bob (Yupik; Kalskag, AK)
Anderson, E.N. (Dept. of Anthropology, University of California, Riverside)
Madagascar On My Mind
Anderson, M. Kat (Dept. of Plant Sciences, University of California, Davis)
Tending the Wild: California’s Oaks, Proto-Agriculture, and Restoration
Anungazuk, Herbert (Inupiat; Wales, Alaska; Cultural Anthropologist, National Park Service, Anchorage)
In Quest of Traditional Knowledge, Living Within the Call of the Ancestors
Baker, Janelle Marie (Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton)
Wixarika (Huichol) Management of Wild and Domesticated Amaranth
Balluta, Andrew (Dena’ina; Nondalton, Alaska)
Essays on Dena’ina Survival
Boraas, Alan (Professor of Anthropology, Kenai Peninsula College, Soldotna, Alaska) and Donita Peter (Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage, Alaska)
The Moral Landscape of the Dena’ina Athabascans
Burwell, Michael (U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service Alaska OCS Region)
Western Science & Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Consensus or Conflict
Corbett, Jon (Department of Geography, University of Victoria, British Columbia) and C. Peter Keller and Mary Stockdale
Embedded in the Landscape: Documenting the Relationship Between People and Their Place Using Community Information Systems
Cordy-Collins, Alana (Anthropology Program, University of San Diego, San Diego, California)
folk trinity of eurasian herders
Crawford, Stuart (School of Environmental Studies, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia)
Ethnobotany of Black Tree Lichen (Bryoria Fremontii) in Secwepemc Territory
Cusack-McVeigh, Holly M. (Native American Fish & Wildlife Society, Kenai, Alaska)
“What Couldn’t Be Seen” Environmental Concerns and Sense of Place in Southwestern Alaska
Dalle, Sarah (Department of Plant Science, McGill University, Quebec), Javier Caballero, Sylvie de Blois, and Timothy Johns
Landscape Perception as a Basis for Understanding Land-use Trends in Community Forest Management in the Maya Zone, Quintana Roo (Mexico)
Fjeld, Faith (Director, Saami Baiki office, Anchorage)
Sami Healing Starts with Loved Ones
Flower, Matthew (Department of Biological Sciences, Macquarie University, New South Wales, Australia)
Ethnobiology of the Wanyjirra People, East Kimberley, Western Australia
Fowler, Catherine S. (Dept. of Anthropology, University of Nevada, Reno)
Death Valley Agriculture Revisited
Fresquez, Theresa M. (Office of Archaeological Studies, Santa Fe , NM)
Cordage, Knots, Bundles, and Basketry from High Rolls Cave in the Sacramento Mountains, South-central New Mexico
Gilbert, Rev. Trimble (Gwich’in, Arctic Village, Alaska)
The Cumulative Effects of Global Warming Surrounding Arctic Village, Alaska
Grover, Margan Allyn (U.S,. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District)
Innugiagviat Kaktovikmiut: Changing Landscapes, Traditional Landuse, & the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Guerra-Rennick, Tonantzin (Native American Spiritual Leader and State Chaplain for the Dept. of Corrections, State of California, 1996-2003)
Daughter of Harvesting Traditions
Hanson, Diane K. (Alaska Consortium of Zooarchaeologists; Army Corps of Engineers)
Subsistence at Uivvaq, Northwest Alaska
Harrington, David (Department of Biological Sciences, Macquarie University. NSW Australia), and Jim Kohen
Collaborative Indigenous Bioresources Research in Australia
Hastorf, Christine (Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley)
Meals for the Dead at Early Settlements of the Titicaca Basin, Bolivia
Hunn, Eugene (Department of Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle)
Ethnobiology in Four Phases
Ignace, Marianne (Simon Fraser University – Kamloops Program, Kamloops, British Columbia)
Aboriginal Language Survival and Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Lessons from British Columbia First Nations
Johnson, Leslie Main (Athabasca University, Edmonton, Alberta)
On “Willows” and “Brush” – Northern Dene Ecological and Ethnobotanical Knowledge of Plants and Places
Jones, Linda (English and Ethnobotany Instructor, Sitting Bull College, Fort Yates, North Dakota)
“They Keep Digging It Up” Protecting Echinacea Angustifolia on the Standing Rock Nation
Kari, James (University of Alaska Fairbanks) and James A. Fall (Alaska Dept. of Fish & Game, Anchorage)
The Reconstruction of Dena’ina Geography
Karst, Amanda (Environmental Studies, University of Victoria, BC) and Nancy Turner
The Ethnoecology of Bakeapple (Rubus chamaemorus) in Southeastern Labrador
Keefer, Michael E. (Centre for Non-Timber Resources, Royal Roads University, BC)
The Ecology and Economy of the Fire Morels in Southeastern BC
Koziol, Kathryn (Department of Anthropology, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville)
Close Encounters of the Animal-kind: An Analysis of Human Perceptions of Animals Based on Proximal Relations
Mancabelli, Andrew D. (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville)
Symbolic Meaning and Emotion in Japanese Ethnozoology
Mason, Rachel (National Park Service, Anchorage, Alaska)
Whither Aconite?
Mazzatenta, Claudio (Dept of Biology, Bronx Community College – CUNY, Bronx, New York)
Medicinal Plants and Shamanism in the Amazon Varzea
Nash, Daphne (The Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, Canberra Australia)
Fishing at “The Log”: Passing on Indigenous Knowledge on the South Coast of New South Wales
Nolan,, Justin M. (Dept of Anthropology, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville), Michael C. Robbins, Todd R. Gemeinhardt, and Douglas B. Noltie
Catching on to Ethnoichthyology: The Effects of Formal Taxonomic Training on Freshwater Fish Classification
Pete, Markle (Ahtna, Tazlina AK)
Session 5: Living Tradition: Native Elders Speak on Plants, Animals, and Culture
Pfeiffer, Jeanine M. (Science and Society Program, University of California, Davis) and Masyarakat Tado (Tado Community)
Collaborative Ethnobiological Research and Traditional Ecological Knowledge Conservation in Eastern Indonesia
Pink, William J. (San Jacinto, California) and Luciano Alaniz
Diversity and Expanse of Use of Sumac by California Indians
Raboff, Adeline Peter (Fairbanks, Alaska)
Eating Caribou
Ramirez-Sosa, C.R.
(Department of Biology, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut)
Biocultural Diversity in Panama: The Case of the Naso People
Ramos, Judith (Yakutat Tlingit Tribe, Yakutat Alaska) and Rachel Mason (National Park Service, Anchorage, Alaska)
Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Tlingit People Concerning the Sockeye Salmon Fishery of the Dry Bay
Rank, Louann (IGERT-Resilience & Adaptation Program, Institute of Arctic Biology & Dept of Anthropology, University of Alaska Fairbanks) and Robert M. Drozda
Resilient landscape interpretation in Yup’ik place names of the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta
Reinhardt, J.F. (Dept. of Biology, Southern Connecticut University, New Haven, CT), Marcie N. Gawel, and Carlos R. Ramirez-SOSA
Medicinal Plants Along a Lenca Trail in Eastern El Salvador, C.A.
Saleeby, Becky (Archeologist, National Park Service, Anchorage, Alaska)
Inuksuk Caribou-Hunting Drivelines in the Brooks Range of Northern Alaska
Speranza, Rose (Alaska and Polar Regions Collections, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks)
Koyukon Athabascan Plant Knowledge
Stephan, Alberta (Dena’ina, Eklutna AK)
Session 5: Living Tradition: Native Elders Speak on Plants, Animals, and Culture
Stickman, Karen E. (Native American Fish & Wildlife Society, Alaska Regional Office, Anchorage, Alaska) and Holly M. Cusack-McVeigh
Water Ways: Alaskan Native Connections to Water
Stickwan, Gloria (Ahtna, Tazlina AK)
Session 5: Living Tradition: Native Elders Speak on Plants, Animals, and Culture
Sturtevant, Kelly M. (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville)
Exploring the Color Connection: The Perceptual Component of Plant Selection and Use
Todt, Donn L. (Ashland Parks Dept, Ashland, Oregon) and Frank Kanawha Lake (Karuk, Seneca, Cherokee; Environmental Sciences, Oregon State University)
A Community Camas Cookout: The Restoration of Awareness
Toll, Mollie S. (Museum of New Mexico, Office of Archaeological Studies, Santa Fe) and Pamela J. McBride (Museum of New Mexico, Office of Archaeological Studies, Santa Fe)
Archeobotany in the La Plata Valley: New Data Bridging Chaco and Mesa Verde
Turner, Nancy J. (School of Environmental Studies, University of Victoria, British Columbia) and Cecil H. Brown
Changing Lives, Changing Meanings: Semantic Shift in Interior Salish Botanical Terms
Walker, Jennifer (Dept. of Anthropology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis)
Among the Living: Ancestors, Memory, and the Lay of the Land in Neolithic Orkney, Scotland
Wisniewski, Josh (Department of Anthropology, University of Alaska, Anchorage)
“We’re Always Going Back and Forth” Kigiqtaamiut Subsistence Land Use
Yamin, Sveta (Department of Anthropology, Resilience and Adaptation Program, University of Alaska Fairbanks)
“Where Mushrooms are Taller than Trees:” A Tundra Landscape from an Ethnomycological Perspective
Yarborough, Linda Finn (Forest Archaeologist, Chugach National Forest, Anchorage, Alaska) and Susan Mulholland (Duluth Archaeology Center, Duluth, Minnesota)
Results of Phytolith Analysis at the K’Beq site, SEW-168, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska