Pioneers in European Ethnobiology

Uppsala Studies on Eastern Europe No. 4


Edited by: Ingvar Svanberg & Lukasz Luczaj
February 2015
Uppsala University
Distributed by Coronet Books
ISBN: 9789155488444
324 Pages, Illustrated
$82.50 Paper original



Activity Contexts and Biocultural Domains
Pioneers of Spanish Ethnobotany
They Know All About Their Plants
Among Fishermen & Horse Nomads
The First Collector of Plant Names in Russia
The Fortutious Ethnobotanist on Ice
Field Work in the Minusinsk Area
A Pastor Who Loved Blackberries
An Involuntary Ethnobotanist
Folk Biology of Slavic-Speaking Peoples
A Schoolteacher with a Mission
Hunting, Gathering & Herding
From Enchanting Rose Gardens to an Ethnobotanist Dictionary
Pioneering Ethnobotanical Cartography
The Contributions of Early Women Ethnobiologists
Mart Mager & His Research on Estonian Bird & Fish Names