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NEW: 2019 Volume 39, Number 1   

I. SPECIAL SECTION: ACTION ETHNOBIOLOGY 
GUEST EDITED BY CHELSEY GERALDA ARMSTRONG AND ALEX C. MCAlvay 
INTRODUCTION TO ACTION ETHNOBIOLOGY
Chelsey Geralda Armstrong and Alex C. McAlvay
FRONTIERS ARE FRONTLINES: ETHNOBIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AGAINST ONGOING COLONIALISM 
Chelsey Geralda Armstrong and Christie Brown 

SPLINTERED HINTERLANDS: PUBLIC ANTHROPOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL ADVOCACY, AND INDIGENOUS SOVEREIGNTY 

James J.A. Blair  

BIOMONITORING AND ETHNOBIOLOGY: APPROACHES TO FILL GAPS IN INDIGENOUS PUBLIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
Élyse Caron-Beaudoin and Chelsey Geralda Armstrong  
INAWENDIWIN AND RELATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY IN ANISHNAABEG STUDIES: THE CRUX OF THE BISCUIT
Nicholas J. Reo 
APPLIED ETHNOBIOLOGY AND ADVOCACY: A CASE STUDY FROM THE TIMBISHA SHOSHONE TRIBE OF DEATH VALLEY, CALIFORNIA 
Catherine S. Fowler  
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND ETHNOBIOLOGY: AN UPDATE ON POSEY'S CALL TO ACTION
Jacob Golan, Simone Athayde, Elizabeth Olson, and Alex C. McAlvay 
II. REGULAR SUBMISSIONS
BIOCULTURAL DIVERSITY, CAMPESINO KITCHENS, AND GLOBALIZATION: ETHNOBIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON DIETARY CHANGE IN SOUTHERN BOLIVIA
Katherine L. Turner  
YI ETHNOMYCOLOGY: WILD MUSHROOM KNOWLEDGE AND USE IN YUNNAN, CHINA
Madeline Brown 
 
CONSERVATION PRIORITIES FOR WOODY SPECIES USED BY A QUILOMBO COMMUNITY ON THE COAST OF NORTHEASTERN BRAZIL 
Fernando Vieira Rocha, Rita Baltazar de Lima, and Denise Dias da Cruz   

 

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