New book on Ethnobotany in the Balkans!

Hot off the presses: Ethnobotany and Biocultural Diversities in the Balkans Perspectives on Sustainable Rural Development and Reconciliation Edited by:  Andrea Pieroni and Cassandra Quave   The E-book can be ordered at the Springer site. Print copies are available at Amazon or Barnes and Noble.

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August 21st Science Cafe at Atlanta Botanical Gardens

Save the Date- Thursday, August 21st! I’ll be giving the Science Cafe talk in the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Plants and Human Health Series. This will be a fun, interactive evening, with hands-on activities that coincides with Cocktails in the Garden! So, plan on coming at 6pm to enjoy a cocktail,…

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New paper out on uses of silver birch in Romania

A new paper coauthored with European colleagues has just been released: Papp, N., D. Czégényi, A. Hegedűs, T. Morschhauser, C.L. Quave, K. Cianfaglione and A. Pieroni (2014). The uses of Betula pendula Roth among Hungarian Csángós and Székelys in Transylvania, Romania. Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae 83(2): 113-122. The full article…

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Photos from field study in Pantelleria, Italy

I have just completed an ethnobotanical field study on the volcanic island of Pantelleria n collaboration with Dr. Alessandro Saitta, mycologist and Asst. Professor at the University of Palermo, Italy and with support from the Emory Center for the Study of Human Health. Dr. Saitta and I examined the local…

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Quave to speak at the Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposium

I am honored to announce that I have been invited to serve as a session speaker at the fourth Indonesian-American Kavli Frontiers of Science symposium to be held in Medan, Indonesia this June! I will be speaking in the session on Ethnobotany and Tropical Medicine. The symposium is sponsored by…

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