Anyone interested in the field and practice of ethnobiology. The term emerging ethnobiologists was coined at the International Society of Ethnobiology (ISE) congress in Tofino, BC, Canada in 2010. During the first pre-congress workshop in 2010, emerging ethnobiologists from around the globe came together to discuss common challenges and key topics in ethnobiology.The aim of our network is to foster international connections between emerging ethnobiologists.
ABOUT THIS BLOG
For the 2012-2014 term the student representatives for the International Society of Ethnobiology (ISE), Anna Varga and Olivia Sylvester, will maintain this blog as a historical biography and to share any activities we develop during our term as ISE student representatives.
WHAT CAN YOU LEARN FROM THE BLOG?
1. You can meet fellow ethnobiologists by reading their stories
2. You can find out how to become more involved in the ISE 2014 pre-congress workshop and other ethnobiology activities
3. You can learn about our progress planning for the 2014 ISE pre-congress workshop to be held in Bhutan
WHAT CAN YOU CONTRIBUTE TO THIS BLOG?
1. Your stories. If you want to share your biography on this site, e-mail Olivia Sylvester for more information.
2. Feedback. As student representatives for the ISE, we are here to represent students' and emerging ethnobiologists' voices. If you have ideas for the the ISE's pre-congress workshops, or ideas about ethnobiology initiatives in general, e-mail either Anna Varga or Olivia Sylvester.