Our first scenario raised questions about the process of obtaining consent. Check the original post here: https://sebstudentblog.com/2021/11/01/ethics-scenario-for-discussion/ The Principle of Educated Prior Informed Consent in our society’s Code of Ethics reads: “Educated prior informed consent must be established before any research is undertaken, at individual and collective levels, as determined by community governance structures. Prior... Continue Reading →
An interview with Derek Haynes, who is bringing ethnobotany to the mainstream through his lively social media presence, whilst paving the way for the next generation of Black scientists.
With these ethics scenario, we aim to generate dialog among our membership about the ethical issues we encounter in our research. We encourage you to post your responses below, or submit them to the Ethics Committee Chair (email@example.com).
A film and photo essay by Elspeth Masters on her fieldwork conducted at the University of Kent, Canterbury England in the School of Anthropology and Conservation.
Click here to view the results in PDF form: SEB student name change survey by Aja Grande, SEB Student Representative (2020-2021) Acknowledgements Thank you to all of the SEB students who participated in this survey! We hope that this informs generations of ethnobotanists to come about the significance of names and associations that come... Continue Reading →
SUBMIT to the SEB / ISE 2020 conference – we have a call for workshops (deadline 15 January) and for abstracts that fit within 12 Symposium Themes organized according to 7 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ! Click here to submit workshop proposals on the official SEB website. Out of Many, One People: Biocultural Diversity across... Continue Reading →
A blog post about a recent community engagement excursion–led and written by Society for Economic Botany Student Representative, Aja Grande, Ph.D. student in History, Anthropology, Science, Technology & Society at MIT. Wednesday, September 19, 2019 Providence, RI On the corner of Elma Street and Prairie Avenue sits an abundant garden plot belonging to the African... Continue Reading →