Working Bibliography on the Transmission of Traditional Botanical Knowledge

This is a working bibliography compiled by University of Florida graduate student Allison Hopkins with assistance from the EANTH Listserv.

Atran, Scott. 1999. Managing the Maya Commons. In Ethnoecology: Situated Knowledge/Located Lives. Virginia Nazarea,ed. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press.

Atran, S., D. Medina, N. Ross, E. Lynch, V. Vapnarsky, E. Ucan Ek', J. Coley, C. Timura, and M. Baran. 2002. Folkecology, cultural epidemiology, and the spirit of the commons. Current Anthropology 43:421-450.

Casagrande, D. G. 2005. Globalization, migration, and indigenous commodification of medicinal plants in Chiapas, Mexico. Pp. 83-106 in G. Guest (Ed.), Globalization, Health, and the Environment: An Integrated Perspective , AltaMira Press.

Casagrande, D. G. 2002. Ecology, cognition, and cultural transmission of Tzeltal Maya medicinal plant knowledge, Ph.D. dissertation, University of Georgia.

Crona, Beatrice and Orjan Bodin. 2006. What you know is Who You Know? Communication Patterns Among Resource Users as a Prerequisite for Co-Management. Ecology and Society 11(2).

Ellen, R. 2003. "Variation and uniformity in the construction of biological knowledge across cultures," in Nature across cultures: Views of nature and the environment in non-western cultures. Edited by H. Selin, pp. 47-74. The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

McMillen, Heather. 2008. Conserving the roots of trade: Local ecological knowledge of ethnomedicines from Tanga, Tanzania markets. Ph.D. Dissertation Dept. of Anthropology. University of Hawai’i.

Nolan, Justin M. 1998. The Roots of Tradition: Social Ecology, Cultural Geography, and Medicinal Plant Knowledge in the Ozark-Ouachita Highlands. Journal of Ethnobiology 18 (2): 249-269.

Nolan, Justin M. and Michael C. Robbins. 1999. Cultural conservation of medicinal plant use in the Ozarks. Human Organization 58 (1): 67-72.

Voeks, R. A. 2007. Medicinal Plant Erosion in Eastern Brazil: Are Women Reservoirs of Traditional Plant Knowledge? Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 28 (1): 7-20.

Voeks, R. A. 2004. Disturbance Pharmacopoeias: Medicine and Myth from the Humid Tropics. Annals, Association of American Geographers. 94 (4): 868-888.

Voeks, R. A. and Leony, A. 2004. Forgetting the Forest: Assessing Medicinal Plant Erosion in Eastern Brazil. Economic Botany. 58 (supplement): 294-306.

Voeks, R. A. and Sercombe, P. 2000. The Scope of Hunter-Gatherer Ethnomedicine. Social Science & Medicine 51: 679-690.

Voeks, R. A. 1993. African Medicine and Magic in the Americas. Geographical Review 83: 66-78.