Explorations in Ethnobiology: The Legacy of Amadeo Rea

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This collection of 12 ethnobiological papers compiled in honor of ethnobiologist Amadeo Rea, plus an essay by Rea himself, reflect the depth and breadth of the field of ethnobiology. Each chapter explores some aspect of the rich and complex relationship of indigenous and other subsistence-based peoples with their biological worlds. The volume's chapters are authored by some of today's leaders in ethnobiology and cover a range of ethnobotanical and ethnozoological topics from the distant past to the immediate present. Using a variety of methods from interviews with knowledge holders to cutting edge quantitative linguistic analyses, the papers cover broadly relevant themes such as conservation and the linkages between biological diversity, cultural diversity, and their resilience. This book is the first volume in the Contributions in Ethnobiology series.

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Marsha Quinlan is a faculty member in Washington State University’s Department of Anthropology. She is a cultural anthropologist focusing on local ecological knowledge of plants and animals, with particular attention to health, ethnomedicine, and medical ethnobotany. She has conducted research among several peoples of the Americas. Dana Lepofsky is a Professor of Archaeology at Simon Fraser University. She is interested in the social and ecological contexts of past human interactions with their environments. Her recent research focuses on complex hunter-gatherers of the Pacific Northwest of North America and also the Maohi chiefdoms of the Society Islands of French Polynesia.

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