Announcement of the 2018 ISE Congress in Belém, Brazil

Belém +30: Reflecting on the Declaration of Belém and the field of ethnobiology across three decades Written by Glenn Shepard and Flávio Ferreira Silva 2018 represents the 30th anniversary of the first International Congress of Ethnobiology which was held in 1988 at the Goeldi Museum in Belém. To celebrate this important anniversary, the Goeldi Museum and the… Read more »

The ISE’s 4th Pre-Congress Workshop for Emerging Ethnobiologists

The ISE’s 4th Pre-Congress Workshop for Emerging Ethnobiologists Written by Robin Wild and Karly Burch It was our pleasure to serve as the ISE’s student representatives for two years and to plan the ISE’s 4th Pre-Congress Student Workshop for Emerging Ethnobiologists. To briefly summarize our activities over the past two years, we spent our first… Read more »

Reflection about the ISE Congress 2016

Reflection about the ISE Congress 2016 Written by Yuba Raj Subedi ISE provides me opportunity to participate in the ISE congress at Kampala, where I had opportunity to share cultural practices of Chepang Indigenous communities on traditional medicine and how it became vulnerable due to migration and other factors. I would like to thanks ISE… Read more »

Reflections on My Experience at the ISE 2016 Congress, Kampala, Uganda

Reflections on My Experience at the ISE 2016 Congress, Kampala, Uganda Written by Daniel Salau Rogei The 2016 ISE congress’ theme, ‘Ethno biological knowledge for improved human well being and development’ was particularly relevant for Africa where the congress was held. The community’s indigenous knowledge, is and could be the key to address escalating poverty… Read more »

Reflections on the 2016 Congress in Kampala

Reflections on the 2016 Congress in Kampala Written by Pepeyla (Verna) Miller Beautiful Lake Bunyoni near Kabale, Uganda, was the location of our Emerging Ethnobiologists Workshop and Retreat. The Entusi Retreat Center is a piece of paradise on one of the many islands that reside in Lake Bunyoni. The staff are, bar none, the best… Read more »