Recent Developments and Case Studies in Ethnobotany

Ulysses Paulino de Albuquerque and Natalia Hanazaki (eds.). 2010

When we first had the idea of organizing this book, the actual scenario of ethnobotanical investigations and its theoretical and conceptual development seemed very clear to us: complex, with diverse approaches and perspectives. We supposed that there is not one unique “ethnobotany”, but what do exist are different and complex approaches that seek, above all, to understand a little bit more of the relationship between people and plants. As we were receiving the contributions from different researchers, we realized that our supposition was correct. Informações: