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Journal of Ethnobiology

Journal of Ethnobiology

Published in Association with Society of Ethnobiology

eISSN: 21624496 | ISSN: 02780771 | Current volume: 43 | Current issue: 4 Frequency: Quarterly
The Journal of Ethnobiology (JoE) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Society of Ethnobiology. Founded in 1981, JoE is the oldest ethnobiological journal in the world to publish original interdisciplinary research on past and present inter-relations between humans and their biological worlds.

Sustained by a large global community of scholars in ethnobiology, JoE is committed to push the boundaries of knowledge through the publication of robust ethnobiological research with great societal impact and high policy relevance. As one of the world-leading scientific journals in ethnobiology, JoE has a particular interest in research that has the potential to increase the voice of ethnobiologists in global conversations about environmental change, planetary sustainability and Indigenous Peoples’ rights, among others.

Journal of Ethnobiology (JoE) is a broad-scope journal publishing work from across research areas looking at human-nature inter-relations, in all their complexities and magnificence. We are committed to publish high-quality research that looks at our planet through an ethnobiological lens, bringing into focus the multi-dimensional relationships among humans and their biological worlds both in the present and in the past.

International in scope, the journal is committed to publish collections of papers on socially and ecologically relevant topics, such as climate change, biodiversity loss, food security, environmental history and resource management. Publishing special issues and special sections is rooted in the journal’s DNA, in order to chart and evaluate the research foci of a fast developing interdisciplinary field. These issues allow for and encourage the explicit integration of ideas and scholars from diverse ethnobiological communities.

JoE is fully committed to facilitate global conversations and further the international scope of our discipline by publishing papers by scholars from around the world. Journal of Ethnobiology aspires to represent the vast and growing number of ethnobiological research that is taking place internationally.

JoE’s publishing model is hybrid, offering several open access options for authors.

Editor
John Richard Stepp University of Florida, USA
Managing Editor
Jeffrey Wall University of Guelph, USA
Senior Associate Editor of Reviews
Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares Onrubia Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Associate Editors
Irene Teixidor -Toneu Mediterranean Institute of marine and terrestrial Biodiversity and Ecology, France
Gene Anderson University of California, Riverside, USA
Michelle Baumflek USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, USA
Madeline Brown University of Maryland, USA
Cyler Conrad Los Alamos National Laboratory/University of New Mexico, USA
Sandrine Gallois Leiden University Leiden, The Netherlands
Denise Glover University of Puget Sound, USA
Tomas Ibarra Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile
Murodbek Laldjebaev Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan
Robert Losey University of Alberta, Canada
Alex McAlvay New York Botanical Gardens, USA
Natalie Mueller Washington University, USA
Guillaume Odonne French National Centre for Scientific Research, France
Rob Quinlan Washington State University, USA
Torrey Rick Smithsonian, USA
L. Jennifer Shaffer University of Maryland, USA
James Welch Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública Sergio Arouca Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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