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Journal of Ethnobiology Volume 40, NUMBER 3

 

 

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Special Issue: Sweet Ethnobiology
2020 Volume 40, Number 3

Guest Edited by Jeffrey Wall and Irene Teixidor-Toneu
 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SWEETNESS AND LOSS: AN URGENT CALL FOR AFFILIATIVE MODES OF LIVING
Jeffery Wall, Irene Teixidor-toneu, and Amots Dafni

SWEETNESS BEYOND DESSERTS: THE CULTURAL, SYMBOLIC, AND BOTANICAL HISTORY OF ANGELICA (Angelica archangelica) IN THE NORDIC REGION
Irene Teixidor-Toneu, Karoline Kjerud, and Anneleen Kool

"THAT WAS OUR CANDY!": SWEET FODOS IN INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' TRADITIONAL DIETS IN NORTHWESTERN NORTH AMERICA
Nancy J. Turner

INDIGENOUS USE OF LERPS IN AUSTRALIA: SO MUCH MORE THAN A SWEET TREAT
Renate Faast, Philip A. Clarke, Gary S. Taylor, Renée L. Salagaras, and Philip Weinstein

WHAT HAPPENED TO SERI SWEETS? DIETARY TRANSITION THROUGH CULINARY ACCULTURATION
Nemer E. Narchi, Cathy M. Marlett, and Guillermo Hernádez-Santana

PERSISTENCE OF THE SALTY-SWEET NIPAH SUGAR IN THE POPULAR FOODWAYS OF BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
F. Merlin Franco and Nurzahidah Bakar

THE ORIGINS OF MAYA STINGLESS BEEKEEPING 

Elizabeth H. Paris, Veronica Briseño Castrejon, Debra S. Walker, and Carlos Peraza Lope

 

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