Special Issue: Ethnobiology Letters publishes new special issue on “Memoirs and Memory"

Ethnobiology Letters has just published a special issue on “Memoirs and Memory," guest edited by John Richard Stepp. This issue includes six original contributions accompanied by an editorial by Stepp. The articles are memoirs in the broadest sense, including reflections and analyses of unpublished data.

Table of Contents for Vol. 7, Issue 2: Special Issue on Memoirs and Memory

Editorials

Ethnobiological Memoirs and Memory by John Richard Stepp

Interviews & Reflections

A Note on the Montessori of Ethnobiology, Hal Conklin by Myrdene Anderson

Perspectives

The Role of Myth in Understanding Nature by Raymond Pierotti


Free for All: Foods, Landscapes, and Lives in the Paraguayan Chaco by Felice S. Wyndham

Research Communications

Archaeology, Heritage, and Moral Terrains: Two Cases from the Mesa Verde Region by Steve Wolverton, Robert Melchior Figueroa, Porter Swentzell

Runne-Beana: Dog Herds Ethnographer by Myrdene Anderson

Beings of a Feather: Learning About the Lives of Birds with Amazonian Peoples by Kevin Jernigan