Monday, February 7, 2011

Re: [EmergingEthnoNetwork] Fwd: [SEB-Student Network] Students needed for African research project

Dear Dr. Hoffman,
many thanks for sharing the information. Unfortunately, the link seems to lead to a restricted site. Is there an open page...
Warm Regards,
Franco, F.M.

From: Hannes Dempewolf <>
Sent: Sun, 6 February, 2011 7:10:45 PM
Subject: [EmergingEthnoNetwork] Fwd: [SEB-Student Network] Students needed for African research project


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Date: Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 06:16
Subject: [SEB-Student Network] Students needed for African research project
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Background: The project Plant use of the Motherland: linking West Africa and Afro-Caribbean Ethnobotany is an initiative by Dr. Tinde van Andel at the National Herbarium of the Netherlands / Leiden University - which in 2010 was granted funding by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). Its aims and objectives are constructed around a central research question: how African is Afro-Caribbean plant use?

In order to answer the question above, the proposed research will focus on three aspects: 1. medicinal plants in trade, 2. plants for African and Afro-Caribbean rituals, and 3. plants used for women's health and child care.

Research occurs in Benin in 2011 and in Gabon in 2012.

For more information:!

Women's Health and Childcare: Alexandra Towns (Ph.D. student) -
Medicinal Trade and Ritual/Magic: Diana Quiroz (Ph.D. student) -

Please forward to others not within the SEB network ~

Bruce Hoffman

Bruce Hoffman, Ph.D.
Hon. Research Staff / Economic Botany Collections
Netherlands Center for Biodiversity - Naturalis
Nat'l Herbarium of the Netherlands
Leiden, NL

intl   +31 63-442-1823
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