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Vol 10, No 1 (2019)

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Hopi maize (Zea mays; including blue and white varieties) as part of the Pueblo Farming Project, a long-term collaboration between Crow Canyon Archaeological Center in Cortez, Colorado and the Hopi tribe. A prehistoric checkdam is also visible along with sagebrush (Artemisia sp.), juniper (Juniperus sp.), and pinyon (Pinus sp.) in the background. Photo by Andrew D. Gillreath-Brown.


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Vol 9, No 2 (2018)

Cover image: Mycology excursion and mushroom picking at the 40th Annual Conference of the Society for Ethnobiology in Montréal, Québec, Canada. Participants foraged for fungi at Parc des Chutes de Sainte-Ursule. Photo by Liz Olson (2017).

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Vol 9, No 1 (2018)

Special Issue: Ethics in Ethnobiology

Guest Editors: Cynthia T. Fowler and Scott M. Herron

Cover Image: Drawing on gardening magazines, ecology texts, and heirloom seed catalogues, this collage reflects on how discourse in the United States about native and non-native plants embodies violent, anti-immigrant, and racist rhetoric. Collage by Sophie Duncan, 2017.


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Vol 8, No 1 (2017)

Cover image: Rock painting at Anbangbang Shelter, Kakadu National Park, Australia. The traditional owners of this location, who are no longer alive, were the Warramal clan. Photo by James R. Welch, 2016.


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Vol 7, No 2 (2016)

Special Issue: Memoirs and Memory

Guest editor: John Richard Stepp

Cover image: Collage by Felice Wyndham

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Vol 7, No 1 (2016)

Cover image: Therianthropic and chimeric images are gaining in popularity again, as people re-imagine the connections, hybridizations, tresspassings and cross purposes of animal-human-plant relationships in the 21st century. Mural detail by artist/illustrator/street artist Tamara Alves, photographed in Lisbon, Portugal (2015) by Felice Wyndham.


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Vol 6, No 2 (2015)

Special Issue: Digital Zooarchaeology

Guest editors: Iain McKechnie, Sarah Whitcher Kansa, and Steve Wolverton

Cover Image: Participants in the Central and Western Anatolia Neolithic Working Group, who collaborated to integrate and analyze multiple faunal datasets from archaeological sites in Turkey (see Kansa, this issue)

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Vol 6, No 1 (2015)

Cover image: A summer puesto in the Andes of western Argentina. Photo by Steve Wolverton.


Compass at Devil's Courthouse guiding viewers' eyes towards several forested hilltops in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Vol 5 (2014)

Cover image: Looking past the compass on the summit of Devil's Courthouse in the Nantahala National Forest, the viewshed includes North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee. At 5,720 feet asl, Devil's Courthouse provides habitat for rare plant species as well as diverse animals and birds. Tsul 'Kalu, the Cherokee sloping giant and Lord of the Game, dwells in the cave at Devil's Courthouse. Photo by Cynthia T. Fowler.


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Vol 4 (2013)

Cover image: Reconstructed chronological and geographic distributions of chili pepper terms for Mesoamerica. Figure by Cecil H. Brown, Charles R. Clement, Patience Epps, Eike Luedeling, and Søren Wichmann.


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Vol 3 (2012)

Cover image: Duje (Vaccinium membranaceum), an important food plant. Photo by Leona R. Shaw and Jane P. Young.


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Vol 2 (2011)

Cover image: A grandfather and his granddaughter picking bakeapples on one of many islands near Charlottetown, Labrador. Photo by Amanda L. Karst and Nancy J. Turner.


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Vol 1 (2010)

Cover image: Dorsal, ventral and lateral views of Akodon oenos cranium. Photo by Fernando Julián Fernández.

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