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2018 Volume 38, Number 3   

THE ROLE OF SWIDDEN CULTIVATION IN SHAPING ETHNOZOOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE: INTEGRATING HISTORICAL EVENTS AND INTERGENERATIONAL ANALYSES AMONG QUILOMBOLAS FROM SOUTHEAST BRAZIL
Helbert Medeiros Prado and Rui Sérgio Sereni Murrieta
"EVERYTHING WE DO, IT'S CEDAR": FIRST NATION AND ECOLOGICALLY-BASED FORESTER LAND MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHIES IN COASTAL BRITISH COLUMBIA
Marie J. Zahn, Matthew I. Palmer, and Nancy J. Turner

INUIT PERCEPTION OF MARINE ORGANISMS: FROM FOLK CLASSIFICATION TO FOOD HARVEST 

Michel Rapinski, Alain Cuerrier, Cory Harris, Elders of Ivujivik, Elders of Kangiqsujuaq, and Mélanie Lemire

SUBSISTENCE HUNTING IN RURAL COMMUNITIES: INCOMPATIBILITIES AND OPPORTUNITIES WITHIN MEXICAN ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION
Dídac Santos-Fita
ON THE BRINK OF EXTINCTION: LLAMA CARAVANS ARRIVING AT THE SANTA CATALINA FAIR, JUJUY, ARGENTINA
Bibiana Vilá 
 
ABORIGINAL TRANSLOCATIONS: THE INTENTIONAL PROPAGATION AND DISPERSAL OF PLANTS IN ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIA
J. L. Silcock
ETHNOICHTHYOLOGY OF ARTISANAL FISHERIES FROM THE LOWER LA PLATA RIVER BASIN (ARGENTINA)
Trilce I. Castillo, Florencia Brancolini, Miguel Saigo, Juan R. Correa, and Claudio R. M. Baigún
EDIBLE INSECTS AND OTHER CHITIN-BEARING FOODS IN ETHNIC PERU: ACCESSIBILITY, NUTRITIONAL ACCEPTANCE, AND FOOD-SECURITY IMPLICATIONS
Nicola Manno, Walter Zelada Estraver, Cezar Medina Tafur, Carlos Leon Torres, Clemens Schwarzinger, Manuela List, Wolfgang Schoefberger, Freddy R. Mejìa Coico, José Mostacero Leon, Andrea Battissti, and Maurizio G. Paoletti

 

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