Call for Nominations to the ISE Board

Every two years, members of the International Society of Ethnobiology (ISE) are invited to nominate candidates for the Board of the ISE. Members may nominate themselves or another member, as long as that person accepts the nomination in writing. Nominations will be open for the 2016-2018 or 2016-2020 term (depending on the position) as of… Read more »

15th ISE Congress Call for Session Proposals and Call for Individual Submissions

We’re pleased to announce that the 15th ISE Congress Call for Session Proposals and Call for Individual Submissions and instructions for submission are now available here. Please review this information at the link above thoroughly before making your proposal. Note that Session Proposals are due by 15 November 2015 30 November 2015 (deadline extended!). Individual Contributions are due… Read more »

Introducing CIVILITI

We are pleased to announce a new partnership between the ISE and a group called CIVILITI. CIVILITI’s programs are focused on Indigenous cultures, human rights, environmental sustainability and social responsibility. CIVILITI is a “benefit corporation” or B-corporation in the U.S., and has undergone a rigorous certification process and is required to continue regular reviews. Their work is focused… Read more »

The ISE welcomes Marion Johnson as Secretary

Dear ISE members, The ISE Board wishes to welcome Dr. Marion Johnson from the University of Otago, New Zealand, as the 2014-2016 ISE secretary. Marion is a research fellow at the Centre for Sustainability (CSAFE) and has been active on the Agricultural Training Board in Lancashire UK as vice president and secretary. She also brings… Read more »

Minutes from the 2012 General Assemblies

Dear ISE Members, This is a re-post of the Minutes from the 2012 General Assemblies at the 13th ISE Congress in Montpellier, France. A statement of accuracy of the minutes from the 2012 General Assemblies will be made at the 1st General assembly in Bhutan and a call for a motion to accept the minutes… Read more »