An interview with Kim Walker. Dr Sonia Peter, Executive Director, The Biocultural Education and Research Programme, Barbados. Discover Sonia's passion for medicinal plants, the importance of her family, setting up a museum and finding joy in writing.
Dr hab. Łukasz Łuczaj, profesor Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego For the english version of this blog, visit here. Opisz siebie własnymi słowami. Jestem botanikiem, który najpierw był ekologiem roślin, a w końcu został etnobotanikiem. Jestem zarówno naukowcem jak i praktykiem. Kimś, kto prowadzi ogród, kto pracuje własnymi rękami, ścina i sadzi drzewa, eksperymentuje z roślinami jadalnymi i... Continue Reading →
An interview by Kim Walker. Dr. Łukasz Łuczaj, is an ethnobotanist at the University of Rzeszów, Poland. Łukasz discusses creating a nature encyclopedia at 3, why a dream influenced the course of his life and his compulsion to dig up and move plants around.
An interview by Kim Walker on career paths and life experiences with Ina Vandebroek, Associate Curator, New York Botanical Garden.
by Aja Grande, Ph.D. Student of civic infrastructures and land ecologies as spaces of subject formation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the department of History, Anthropology, Science, Technology & Society (HASTS). *The following is an excerpt from a paper in progress. I welcome the opportunity to note how quickly one's customs and... Continue Reading →
By Sandra Bogdanova Is there a better way to end this year than by listening to some lifetime wisdom? This time it is our Distinguished Economic Botanist (DEB) of 2016 - Anthony (Tony) Cunningham. He is an internationally known ethnobotanist from who has seamlessly linked his work at the interface between nature and culture with... Continue Reading →
Society for Economic Botany, Distinguished Economic Botanist 2015 - An Interview with Dr. Daniel Moerman by John de la Parra Reproduced from the SEB Newsletter "Plants and People" Spring and Fall 2015 This year, the Society for Economic Botany celebrates the achievements of Dr. Daniel Moerman by selecting him as the 2015 Distinguished Economic Botanist. Dr. Daniel... Continue Reading →
Joel Sartore - National Geographic photographer interview By Aurélie Jacquet When I knew Joel Sartore was giving a talk at Purdue last week, I could hardly believe it. He came to Purdue to talk about communication to the public, why and how we would all benefit from science education, with a particular focus on conservation.... Continue Reading →