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2018 Volume 38, Number 4   

I. Honouring Steven Weber 
REFLECTING ON ETHNOBIOLOGY FROM 1978 TO 2018: A DEDICATION TO STEVE WEBER
Dana Lepofsky and Steve Wolverton
STEVEN A. WEBER AND THE BIRTH OF THE SOCIETY OF ETHNOBIOLOGY
Steve D. Emslie

STEVEN A. WEBER: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY VISIONARY IN PALEOETHNOBOTANY 

Jade d'Aploim Guedes and Dorian Q. Fuller 

II. Special Section: CannAbis, Guest Edited by Denise M. Glover
INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL SECTION ON CANNABIS
Denise M. Glover 
THE DANGERS OF HEALTH AND SAFETY: MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION AS FRONTIER CAPITALISM 
Erica Lagalisse  
 
CANNABIS FEAR DECONDITIONING: AU AUTOBIOLOGICAL MARIJUANA MEMOIR OF A SOUTH ASIAN-OKLAHOMAN PHYSICIAN-SCIENTIST 
Sunil K. Aggarwal
CANNABIS AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN THE INDIAN HIMALAYAS 
Prasenjeet Tribhuvan
PATTERNS OF CANNABIS USE AMONG CONGO BASIN HUNTER-GATHERERS 
Casey J. Roulette and Barry S. Hewlett
III. Regular Submissions
"LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE VOICES OF THE BIRDS": A COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF BIRDS AS SIGNS
Felice S. Wyndham and Karen E. Park
DIVINATION WITH PLANTS IN WEST AFRICA
Anne Fournier 
"EVERYTHING IN THE WATER COLUMN IS CONNECTED": TRADITIONAL ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE OF FLOODPLAIN FISHERS OF BANGLADESH
Apurba Krishna Deb
PEANUTS AND POWER IN THE ANDES: THE SOCIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF PLANT REMAINS FROM THE VIRÚ VALLEY, PERU
Lindi J. Masur, Jean-François Millaire, and Michael Blake

 

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