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Formed in 1977, The Society of Ethnobiology (SoE) is dedicated to the advancement and perpetuation of interdisciplinary research on the interconnectedness of plants, animals and worldwide human cultures. Fields of study include ethnobotany, ethnozoology, zooarchaeology, ethnoecology, biology, anthrobiology, paleoethnobotany, and linguistics. The Society utilizes this research in public outreach at the national, regional, and international scales and is inclusively open to memberships from communities, institutions and individuals. One of their most notable publications, The
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Series 1 is arranged first alphabetically by name, and then chronologically within each folder. Series 2 is arranged chronologically with photographs last.
This collection includes two series that house annual conference programs, board meeting minutes, officer handbooks, and photographs pertaining to the Society of Ethnobiology and its members. While series one covers the general activities and interests of the Society of Ethnobiology, series two focuses on the personal and professional materials of Eugene Hunn; former Society president, member, and editor of the Journal of Ethnobiology. The Journal of Ethnobiology, which is referenced often in this collection, can be accessed from The University of North Texas' online library catalog.
This is a multiple collection box that contains materials from the Friends of the Libraries Collection and Donald Grose Records.
This item is oversized and is located in the Special Collections vault
This item is oversized and is located in the Special Collections vault.