My Congress Experience – Ali Garcia Segura

Contributed by Alí García Segura, Bribri, University of Costa Rica This year from June 1-7 in Bhutan a successful event was held and I’d like to share my experience with you. Bhutan is a country nested in the mountains between India, China and Nepal. The 14th Congress of the International Society of Ethnobiology was held… Read more »

Emerging from the Mist—Reflections on the Emerging Ethnobiologist Workshop

Contributed by Evelyn Roe The polite rain of south-west England taps on my window. I lift my eyes from the keyboard and soft memories of the ISE Congress arrive like mist over Dartmoor. Bhutan is a far-off place, and the workshop just a dream: a dream of friendship, culture, learning, and un-learning. But, as I… Read more »

Kuzuzangpo la! Emerging Ethnobiologist Workshop, Bhutan 2014

Contributed by Anna Varga and Jigme Dorji The third Emerging-Ethnobiologist Workshop was held at the College of Natural Resources, Lobesa, Bhutan from May 27 to 30, 2014. Anna Varga from Hungary and Olivia Sylvester from USA/Canada (the ISE student representatives) organized the workshop with the help of local host cum ISE member Jigme Dorji. There… Read more »

Remembering the 14th ISE Congress in Bhutan

Contributed by Sangay Wangchuk, Congress Organizer In May 2012, Montpellier-France, the Toka Toka (Darrel Posey walking stick) was handed over to Bhutan by the 13th International Society of Ethnobiology (ISE) congress organizers. It was indeed a great privilege for the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment. Hosting the 14th ISE in Bhutan not only provided… Read more »