The Journal of Ethnobiology is planning a special section on Cannabis. We invite submissions on ecological, social, cultural, material (or combination thereof) aspects of Cannabis. If interested, send 250 word abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org (Dr. Denise M.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Board of Trustees elections. The new President Elect is Dr. Sarah Walshaw, aSenior Instructor of African History at Simon Fraser University. Dr. Denise Glover, from the Sociology and Anthropology Department at the University of Puget Sound, has been re-elected to a second term as Treasurer. The new Publications Liaison is Chelsey Armstrong, a soon-to-be PhD archaeologist at Simon Fraser University.
The Society of Ethnobiology (SoE) supports the freedom of all of the world’s people to travel both domestically and internationally. SoE is a 40-year-old, 500-member scholarly organization based in North America that expresses a wholehearted welcome to immigrants and refugees from near and far. The SoE network extends out from North America to the many locations around the world where our researchers conduct fieldwork and to the many communities with whom we collaborate.
The Society of Ethnobiology announces Steve Emslie and Steve Weber as joint recipients of the 2017 Distinguished Ethnobiologist (DEB) award for 2017. Steve Emslie is a Professor in the Department of Biology and Marine Biology at the University of North Carolina. Steve Weber is a Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Washington State University.