Registration Rates  Professional Members  Early Bird – $320   Professional Non-Members  Early Bird – $440  Students Members   Early Bird – $224  Students Non-Members  Early Bird – $308  Professional Members  Late – $400  Professional Non-Members  Late – $550  Students Members  Late – $280  Students Non-Members  Late – $385 Early Registration Deadline is March 31, 2020.Registration fees include opening… Read more »

Abstract Submission – Deadline March 15

Abstracts can only be accepted if you have a PAID registration for the conference by March 15. To register for SEB/ISE 2020, click here. There will be no reimbursement for no-shows. The abstract submission deadline is Sunday, March 15th, 2020 at 11:59 PM PST. SPECIAL ORGANIZED SESSIONS: If you are organizing a session, and have already contacted… Read more »

SEB&ISE 2020 – Preliminary Timetable

 SEB 2020 Preliminary Timetable  Sat May 30th / Sun 31st    SEB & ISE Council Meetings   Sun May 31st  Opening Ceremony – UWI Campus  Mon June 1st  Conference  Tues 2nd  Field Trips  Wed 3rd  Conference  Thurs 4th  Conference, Banquet and Awards Ceremony  Fri 5th / Sat 6th  Optional Two-Day Post Conference Fieldtrip

Call for Workshops – Deadline January 15th, 2020

Joint Meeting of the Society for Economic Botany andThe International Society of EthnobiologyJune 3, 2020 We invite you to submit a workshop proposal for the joint meeting of the Society for Economic Botany and International Society of Ethnobiology at the University of the West Indies in Mona, Jamaica. Deadlines: Hands-on Workshop and Short Presentation proposals are… Read more »

Applications to Attend the 5th ISE Pre-Congress Workshop for Emerging Ethnobiologists are Now Open! Deadline June 11th

We are pleased to invite applications to attend the International Society of Ethnobiology’s 5th pre-congress workshop for emerging ethnobiologists, on the theme “Ethnobiology in the 21st Century: reflecting on the Declaration of Belém 30 years on”. The workshop will take place on the 2nd-6th August 2018 in Sirituba, Brazil, prior to the main congress in… Read more »