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Journal of Ethnobiology Volume 40, NUMBER 3

 

 

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2020 Volume # 40 (4): Dogs and Ethnobiology special section, plus regular submissions

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DOGS AND PEOPLE: EXPLORING THE HUMAN-DOG CONNECTION
Petra Cunningham-Smith and Kitty Emery

DOG-HUMAN COEVOLUTION: CROSS-CULTURAL ANALYSIS OF MULTIPLE HYPOTHESES 
Jamie Chambers, Marsha B. Quinlan, Alexis Evans, and Robert J. Quinlan

"A PART OF THE PEOPLE": HUMAN-DOG RELATIONSHIPS AMONG THE NORTHERN COAST SALISH OF SW BRITISH COLUMBIA
Kasia Anza-Burgess, Dana Lepofsky, and Dongya Yang

HUMAN-DOG BOND IN THE CONTEMPORARY MAYAB: SOCIAL PERCEPTIONS AND BENEFITS ASSOCIATED WITH THE HUNTER-MILPA DOG IN MAYA PEASANT-HUNTER LIFE STRATEGIES IN YUCATAN, MEXICO
Elias Plata and Salvador Montiel

COEXISTENCE THROUGH THE AGES: THE ROLE OF NATIVE LIVESTOCK GUARDIAN DOGS AND TRADITIONAL ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE AS KEY RESOURCES IN CONFLICT MITIGATION BETWEEN PASTORALIST AND LARGE CARNIVORES IN THE ROMANIAN CARPATHIANS

Cosmin Marius Ivascu and Alina Biro

HUMAN-DOG RELATIONSHIPS ACROSS COMMUNITIES SURROUNDING RANOMAFANA AND ANDASIBE-MANTADIA NATIONAL PARKS, MADAGASCAR
Akhil R. Kshirsagar, Jennifer W. Applebaum, Zoavina Randriana, Tsiky Rajaonarivelo, Radoniaina R. Rafaliarison, Zach J. Farris, and Kim Valenta

A META-ANALYSIS APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING MAYA FISH USE ON THE YUCATÁN PENINSULA

Asia V. Alsgaard

TOXIC HARVEST: CHAMAL CYCAD (Dioon edule) FOOD CULTURE IN XI'IUY INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES OF SAN LUIS POTOSI, MEXICO

Elvia Tristán Martínez, Javier Fortanelli Martínez, and Mark Bonta

"THERE ARE NO TREES HERE": UNDERSTANDING PERCEIVED INTERGENERATIONAL EROSION OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL KNOWLEDGE AMONG KENYAN PURKO MAASAI IN NAROK DISTRICT

Kristen Hedges, Joseph Ole Kipila, and Roberto Carriedos-Ostos

FOLK TAXONOMY OF THE INTER- AND INTRASPECIFIC EDIBLE PLANT DIVERSITY OF HUASTEC MAYAN FARMERS IN MEXICO

Claudia Heindorf, Anuschka van't Hooft, Juan Antonion Reyes-Agüero, and Javier Fortanelli-Martínez

INVISIBLE THINGS FORGOTTEN: A MULTI-PROXY STUDY OF WETLAND PLANT USE AT A PRECOLUMBIAN VILLAGE ON THE GULF COAST OF FLORIDA

Kendal Jackson, Thomas J. PLuckhahn, and C. Trevor Duke

 

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