The annual conference of the Society of Ethnobiology (ISE) is an opportunity to disseminate research, learn about field methodologies, and connect with fellow scholars. This year the conference theme is focused on “advocacy, ethics, and applications” and a wide range of scholars are encouraged to participate, who work with the relationships between culture, biology, and environments to report on the ways that ethnobiology is relevant for contemporary life. Ethnobiology is a diverse field that is inclusive of anthropology, archaeology, botany, ecology, linguistics, natural history, nutrition, pharmacology, zoology, to name just a few. Across the range of disciplines, the Society of Ethnobiology embraces non-Western and Indigenous scholars as vibrant members of our research community. The 40th Annual Conference will showcase the state of ethnobiology through a series of sessions and special events.
Read more about the conference on ISE website