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Berghahn Series

Environmental Anthropology and Ethnobiology

General Editor:
Roy Ellen, FBA, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Human Ecology, University of Kent at Canterbury

Editorial Board:
David Anderson, University of Aberdeen
Michael Dove, Yale University
Peter Dwyer, Melbourne University
Tim Ingold, University of Aberdeen
Kay Milton, Queen's University Belfast
Emilio Moran, Indiana University
Laura Rival, University of Oxford
Paul Sillitoe, Durham University
Rick Stepp, University of Florida
Paige West, Columbia University, New York

University of Kent Editorial Committee:
Miguel Alexiades
Roy Ellen
Patricia Howard
Rajindra Puri
Gary Martin
Helen Newing
Demitrios Theodossopoulos

Centre for Biocultural Diversity and the School of Anthropology and Conservation

Interest in environmental anthropology and ethnobiological knowledge has grown steadily in recent years, reflecting national and international concern about the environment and developing research priorities. `Studies in Environmental Anthropology and Ethnobiology' is an international series based at the University of Kent at Canterbury. It is a vehicle for publishing up-to-date monographs and edited works on particular issues, themes, places or peoples which focus on the interrelationship between society, culture and the environment.


Formal submissions should be sent directly to Berghahn Books. For more information on Berghahn's manuscript submission procedure, please look at the Info for Authors section on this web site. All submissions to this series, as well as any queries about the formal procedure, should be sent to Berghahn.

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Environmental Anthropology and Ethnobiology

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