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Journal of Ecological Anthropology

Volumes Index

Photo by R. K. Zarger

Volume 15, 2011/2012
Volume 14, 2010
Volume 13, 2009
Volume 12, 2008
Volume 11, 2007
Volume 10, 2006
Volume 9, 2005
Volume 8, 2004
Volume 7, 2003
Volume 6, 2002
Volume 5, 2001
Volume 4, 2000
Volume 3, 1999
Volume 2, 1998
Volume 1, 1997 Photo by R. K. Zarger


JEA Volume 15 coverVolume 15, Number 1, 2011/2012

Articles

Modeling Livestock's Contribution to the Duration of the Village Farming Lifeway in Pre-State Societies Brandon M. Gabler Full Text

Local Institutions for Subsistence Harvesting in Western Alaska: Assessing their Adaptive Role in the Context of Global Change Colin Thor West and Connor Ross Full Text

Tourism, Persistence, and Change: Sherpa Spirituality and Place in Sagarmatha (Mount Everest) National Park and Buffer Zone, Nepal Jeremy Spoon Full Text

Crib Notes

Population Change in and around Protected Areas Lucas Joppa Full Text

Data Notes

Traditional Native American Foods: Stories from Northern Plains Elders Sarah E. Colby, Leander R. McDonald, and Greg Adkison Full Text

Field Notes

The Role of Oral Histories in the Conduct of Fisheries Social Impact Assessments in Northeast US Lisa L. Colburn and Patricia M. Clay Full Text

Making Use of Hidden Data: Towards a Database of Weather Predictors Karen Pennesi Full Text


JEA Vol 14 coverVolume 14, Number 1, 2010

Articles

Patterns of Indigenous Resilience in the Amazon: A Case Study of Huaorani Hunting in Ecuador Flora Lu Full Text

Tribal-Federal Collaboration in Resource Management Ellen M. Donoghue, Sara A. Thompson and John C. Bliss Full Text

How Folk Classification Interacts with Ethnoecological Knowledge:
A Case Study from Chiapas, Mexico Aaron M. Lampman Full Text

Concessions and Conservation: A Study of Environmentalism and Anti-environmentalism among Commodity Farmers Eleanor Shoreman-Ouimet Full Text

Data Notes

Local and Traditional Knowledge and the Historical Ecologyof Pacific Herring in Alaska Thomas F. Thornton, Madonna L. Moss, Virginia Butler, Jamie Hebert and Fritz Funk Full Text

Field Notes

Using GIS and Ecological Variables to Identify High Potential Areas for Paleoanthropological Survey: An Example from Northern Armenia Charles P. Egeland, Christopher M. Nicholson and Boris Gasparian Full Text

Crib Notes

Yucatec Maya Botany and the "Nature" of Science E. N. Anderson Full Text

The Hyper-Immune Human Female: The Etiologic Role of Sleep Deprivation, Early Pregnancy Factor, Lactation and Woodsmoke Stressors Satyendra Sunkavally and Lalitha Pappu Full Text

Book Reviews

The Archaeology of Environmental Change: Socionatural Legacies of Degradation and Resilience Full Text

Explaining Human Actions and Environmental Changes Full Text


JEA Vol 13 coverVolume 13, Number 1, 2009

Articles

Subsistence and Seasonality at a Late Prehistoric House Pit in Northwest AlaskaScott Shirar Full Text

Economic Diversification and Sustainable Development: The Role Non-timber Forest Products Play in the Monetization of Kayapó Livelihoods Laura C. Zanotti Full Text

Inheritance, Land Sales and the Future of Maine's Forests James M. Acheson and Tom Doak Full Text

Reviving a Traditional Pasture Management System in Fentale, East Central Ethiopia Shimelis Beyene and Dafa Gudina Full Text

Crib Notes

Teetering Towards Economic Sustainability: Alternatives for Commercial Fishermen Barbara Jones Full Text

Book Reviews

The Will to Improve: Governmentality, Development, and the Practice of Politics

The Rongelap Report: Consequential Damages of Nuclear War Full Text-All Reviews


Journal Volume 12 CoverVolume 12, Number 1, 2008

Articles

Natural Disturbances and Cultural Responses on a River Island in Andhra Pradesh Jesurathnam Devarapalli Full Text

Landscape Aesthetics, Water, and Settler Colonialism in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia John R. Wagner Full Text

Voices from the Past and Echoes of the Future: Management of Forest and Woodland Resources by Local Religious Institutions within the Mufurudzi Resettlement Scheme in Zimbabwe Geoffrey Mukwada Full Text

Embracing the Past: Conflict, Conservation, and Organization in Ecuador’s Upper Amazon John S. Luque Full Text

Crib Notes

Putting History Back into Historical Ecology: Some Perspectives on the Recent Human Ecology of the Amazon Basin Louis C. Forline Full Text

Field Notes

Stakeholder-Driven Research in Phragmites Management in New England Salt Marshes Ayron M. Strauch & George S. Ellmore Full Text


Journal Volume 11 CoverVolume 11, Number 1, 2007

Articles

The Muduga and Kurumba of Kerala, South India and the Social Organization of Hunting and Gathering George Tharakan Full Text

The Dimensions of Sustainability and the Neo-entrepreneurial Adaptation Strategies in Reindeer Herding in Finland Hannu Ilmari Heikkinen, Sami Lakomäki and John Baldridge Full Text

Differentiating Livelihood Strategies among the Luo and Kipsigis People in Western Kenya Mary Nyasimi, Lorna Michael Butler, Lee Burras, Hsain Ilahiane, Richard Schultz and Jan Flora Full Text

Crib Notes

Influence of Hunter Adaptability on Resilience of Subsistence Hunting Systems Todd J. Brinkman, Gary P. Kofinas, F. Stuart Chapin III and David K. Person Full Text

Field Notes

Seeking Women's Participation in Ethnoecological Fieldwork Jocelyn Muller Full Text

Data Notes

Tribal Dependence on Fly Ash in Korba Shikha Shrivastava Full Text

Book Reviews

River of Love in an Age of Pollution: The Yamuna River of Northern India

Generative Social Science: Studies in Agent-Based Computational Modeling

Do Glaciers Listen? Local Knowledge, Colonial Encounters, and Social Imagination Full Text-All Reviews


Journal Volume 10 CoverVolume 10, Number 1, 2006

Articles

Culture, Climate and the Environment: Local Knowledge and Perception of Climate Change among Apple Growers in Northwestern India Neeraj Vedwan. Abstract | Full Text

Politics of Environmentalism and Ecological Knowledge at the Intersection of Local and Global Processes Katja Neves-Graca Abstract | Full Text

Black Churchgoers, Environmental Activism and the Preservation of Nature in Miami, Florida Eileen M. Smith-Cavros Abstract | Full Text

Tax Policy and Swine Production in Iowa, United States Barbara J. Dilly Abstract | Full Text

Crib Notes

How do Aesthetics Affect our Ecology? Zsuzsi I. Kovacs, Carri J. LeRoy, Dylan G. Fischer, Sandra Lubarsky, and William Burkel Full Text

Evolutionary Universal Aesthetics in Ecological Rationality Mimi E. Lam and Roberto Gonzalez-Plaza Full Text

Field Notes

Measuring the Costs and Benefits of Conservation to Local Communities Jim Igo Full Text

Book Reviews

Waiting for Wolves in Japan: An Anthropological Study of People-Wildlife Relations

Conservation and Globalization: A Study of National Parks and Indigenous Communities from East Africa to South Dakota Full Text-All Reviews


Journal Volume 9 CoverVolume 9, Number 1, 2005

Articles

Property Mosaic and State-making: Governmentality, Expropriation and Conservation in the Pyrenees Ismael Vaccaro Abstract | Full Text

Migration and Home Gardens in the Brahmaputra Valley, Assam, India Rahul J. Shrivastava and Joel T. Heinen Abstract | Full Text

Choosing Your Baseline Carefully: Integrating Historical and Political Ecology in the Evaluation of Environmental Intervention Projects Danny de Vries Abstract | Full Text

Weaving Traditional Ecological Knowledge into the Restoration of Basketry Plants Daniela Shebitz Abstract | Full Text

Crib Notes

Cultural Coevolution: How the Human Bond with Crows and Ravens Extends Theory and Raises New Questions John M. Marzluff and Tony Angell Full Text

Ecological Sustainability: A New Look at an Old Paradigm Peter E. Black Full Text

Book Reviews

Conservation: Linking Ecology, Economics and Culture

The End of Oil: On the Edge of a Perilous New World

The Power of the Machine: Global Inequalities of Economy, Technology, and Environment Full Text - All Reviews


JEA Cover, Volume 8Volume 8, Number 1, 204

Articles

Conceptualizing Nature: The Politics behind Allocating and Utilizing Native Forest Resources in New Zealand Gregory S. Gullette Abstract | Full Text

First Nations Perspectives on the Grasslands of the Interior of British Columbia Michael D. Blackstock and Rhonda McAllister Abstract | Full Text

Northern Lacandon Maya Medicinal Plant Use in the Communities of Lacanja Chan Sayab and Nahá Chiapas, Mexico Ryan A. Kashanipour and R. Jon McGee Abstract | Full Text

Who is an Environmentalist? The Polysemy of Environmentalist Terms and Correlated Environmental Actions Danielle Tesch and Willett Kempton Abstract | Full Text

Book Reviews

Contested Nature: Promoting International Biodiversity with Social Justice in the Twenty-First Century

Lost Landscapes and Failed Economies: The Search for a Value of Place

Material Culture and Sacred Landscape: The Anthropology of the Siberian Khanty

The Hot and the Cold: Ills of Humans and Maize in Native Mexico Full Text - All Reviews


Journal, Volume 7, CoverVolume 7, Number 1, 2003

Articles

The Unequal Exchange of Time and Space: Toward a Non-Normative Ecological Theory of Exploitation Alf Hornborg Full Text

Pair-Bonding and the Evolutionary Trajectory of Homo: Disease Avoidance as an Adaptive Trait Ronald S. Immerman and Wade C. Mackey Abstract

Human Health Impacts of Forest Fires in the Southern United States: A Literature Review Cynthia T. Fowler Abstract | Full Text

Crib Notes

Building on Ostrom's "The Rudiments of a Theory of the Origins, Survival, and Performance of Common-Property Institutions" Eric C. Jones

Field Notes

On Choosing a Fieldsite for Health Related Research Anna Waldstein Full Text

Book Review

The Frontier Environment and Social Order Full Text


Journal, Volume 6, CoverVolume 6, Number 1, 2002

Articles

Behavioral and Other Human Ecologies: Critique, Response and Progress through Criticism Bruce Winterhalder Abstract | Full Text

Reply to Winterhalder's Behavioral and Other Human Ecologies: Critique, Response and Progress through Criticism Suzanne Joseph Full Text

Market Integration and the Distribution of Ecological Knowledge within an Ecuadorian Fishing Community Greg Guest Abstract | Full Text

Ecological Health Movement in Lebanon : An Overview of Alternative Culture in a Developing Country Dr. Mark Perry Abstract

Wild Plant Classification in Little Dixie : Variation in a Regional Culture Justin M. Nolan Abstract

Field Notes

Creative Collaboration: A Partial Primer for the Social Intellect Felice S. Wyndham

Book Reviews

The Evolution of Human Sociality: A Darwinian Conflict Perspective

Animals and Plants of the Ancient Maya: A Guide Full Text-All Reviews


Journal 5, 2001, CoverVolume 5, 2001 Special Issue

Method for Theory: A Prelude to Human Ecosystems H.E. Kuchka Abstract

This special issue of the Journal of Ecological Anthropology is devoted to an exploratory essay on developing theoretical methodology in the study of human ecosystems. It is motivated by dissatisfaction with both the understanding and practice of theory building presently available in ecological anthropology. The authors integrate an expansive approach to method-for-theory by drawing on the framework of Pickett, Kolasa and Jones (Ecological Understanding, 1994). The authors of this two-part essay are identified as H.E. Kuchka. H.E. is the abbreviation for Human Ecosystems. Kuchka is the group: Felice S. Wyndham, Eric C. Jones, Mitchell A Pavo-Zuckerman, Suzanne E. Joseph, Rebecca K. Zarger and Charles R. Peters, with contributions from David G. Casagrande, John R. Stepp and Warren P. Roberts.


Journal Volume 4, 2000, CoverVolume 4, 2000

Articles

Anthropological Evolutionary Ecology: A Critique Suzanne Joseph Abstract | Full Text

The Conceptual Utility of Models in Human Ecology Mitchell A. Pavao-Zuckerman Abstract | Full Text

Human Taste and Cognition in Tzeltal Maya Medicinal Plant Use David G. Casagrande Abstract | Full Text

The Significance of the Category "Insect" for Folk Biological Classification Systems Eraldo Medeiros Costa-Neto Abstract

Field Notes

Tourism, Globalization, and a Multi-sited Approach to Fieldwork in Nepal William R. Van De Berg Abstract

Crib Notes

The Sphere of the Mind: Reviving the Noƶsphere Concept for Ecological Anthropology Felice S. Wyndham


Volume-3 CoverVolume 3, 1999

(Published as Georgia Journal of Ecological Anthropology)

Articles

Information as Verb: Re-conceptualizing Information for Cognitive and Ecological Models David G. Casagrande Abstract | Full Text

An Explanatory Model for the Maya Ethnomedical Syndrome Cha'lam tsots George E. Lube Abstract

The U.S. Military as an Informational Environment Eric C. Jones Abstract

Prospectus for Information Ecology John R. Stepp (for the Information Ecology Group, UGA) Abstract | Full Text

Field Notes

Practical Field Considerations for Time Allocation Study Eileen Mueller Abstract

Book Reviews

Striking a Balance: Improving Stewardship of Marine Areas

Hierarchy Theory: A Vision, Vocabulary, and Epistemology

Challenge to the Nation-State: Immigration in Western Europe and the United States Full Text-All Reviews


Volume-2 CoverVolume 2, 1998

(Published as Georgia Journal of Ecological Anthropology)

Articles

Complex Adaptive Systems, Evolutionism, and Ecology within Anthropology: Interdisciplinary Research for Understanding Cultural and Ecological Dynamics Tom Abel Full Text

The Name of Crow: A Cross-Cultural Survey of Terms for the Genus Corvus Greg Keyes

The Evolution of Human Ecological Systems During the Period of European Colonization and Mercantile Expansion: A Preliminary Assessment Robbie Etheridge

Conceptualizing Prehistoric Water Scarcity in the Central Maya Lowlands: The Influence of a Critical Resource on Settlement Patterns and Political Economy Rebecca K. Zarger

An Essay on Sustainable Use: Harnessing the Market for Conservation and Development Jane Gibson

An Essay on Lifespan Development from the Perspective of Information Ecology Warren P. Roberts


Volume-1 CoverVolume 1, 1997

(Published as Georgia Journal of Ecological Anthropology)

Editor's Note

Towards an Information Ecology

Articles

Transforming Herds and Herders: Modeling the Evolution of Himalayan Pastoralism Christopher B. Tarnowski

The Introduction of the European Colonial and Mercantile World into New England : Transformations of Human Ecosystems Gabriela C. Flora

Can Gaharu Be Harvested Sustainably? A Case Study From East Kalimantan , Indonesia Krystof Obidzinski

Schistosoma Japonicum Infection: A Hidden Cost of China's Three Gorges Dam? Anna Waldstein

Conservation and Culture: Natural Resource Management and the Local Voice Kimberly A. Winter

Book Reviews

The Myth of Mondragón, Maximum Power: The Ideas and Applications of H.T. Odum, and Biodiversity II

 


 
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