History and Current Trends of Ethnobiological Research in Europe

@inproceedings{Svanberg2011HistoryAC,
  title={History and Current Trends of Ethnobiological Research in Europe},
  author={Ingvar Karlsson Pia Svanberg and Łukasz Łuczaj and Manuel Pardo-de-Santayana and Andrea Pieroni},
  year={2011}
}
HISTORY OF A DISCIPLINE 191 THE RECORDING MAN 191 NATURAL HISTORY DURING THE RENAISSANCE 192 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY: THE BEGINNING OF ECONOMIC BOTANY 193 MEDICINAL PLANTS AND ECONOMIC BOTANY 194 NINETEENTH CENTURY: EXPLORERS AND ARMCHAIR SCHOLARS 195 EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY: ETHNOGRAPHICAL STUDIES 197 POPULAR MEDICINE 200 FOLKLORE AND PLANT NAME RESEARCH 201 BOTANISTS ON PLANT USE 202 ENCOUNTERS BETWEEN HUMAN AND NONHUMAN ANIMALS 204 TOWARDS A SCIENCE OF ETHNOBIOLOGY IN EUROPE SINCE 1980 204… CONTINUE READING

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