I just published an article titled Trail Trees: Living Artifacts (Vivifacts) of Eastern North America with my colleagues Brad Painter and Cailín Murray. It’s featured in the open access journal Ethnobiology Letters and it’s freely available to all.
In this presentation from the 2014 Society of Ethnobiology Annual Conference, I draw from my ethnobiological research in rural Amazonia to explore some of the problems with the conceptual foundations of the Anthropocene.
Podcasts of presentations from the 2013 Conference for the Society of Ethnobiology are now available online. You can find my presentation titled “Crop Diversity and Climate Change: Manioc Varietal Management in the Rural Amazon” and others from the conference’s plenary panel here.