Ethnobiology for the Future
312 pages, 6 x 9
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Release Date:15 Apr 2016
ISBN:9780816532742
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Ethnobiology for the Future

Linking Cultural and Ecological Diversity

The University of Arizona Press

This important new collection puts forth a call for the future not only of ethnobiology but for the entire planet. He articulates and broadens the portfolio of ethnobiological principles and amplifies the tool kit for anyone engaged in the ethnobiosphere, those vital spaces of intense interaction among cultures, habitats, and creatures. The essays attest to the ways humans establish and circumscribe their identities not only through their thoughts and actions, but also with their physical, emotional, and spiritual attachments to place, flora, fauna, fungi, and feasts.

RELATED TOPICS: Environmental Studies, Nature
Gary Paul Nabhan is an Arab-American writer, lecturer, food and farming advocate, rural lifeways folklorist, and conservationist whose work has long been rooted in the US-Mexico borderlands region. His many books include The Desert Smells Like Rain and Gathering the Desert.
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