Kent-Kew Distinguished Ethnobotanist Lecture 2021
Professor Manuel Pardo-de-Santayana (UAM, Real Jardin Botanique, Madrid)
Protecting traditional botanical knowledge in the era of open science: lessons learned from Spain
A lecture on documenting and preserving traditional botanical knowledge, especially that of wild plant foods and medicines across Spain.
17.00 – Tuesday 12 October, 2021
Jodrell Lecture Theatre, Kew Gardens (entry via Jodrell Gate on Kew Road from 4.30pm)
All welcome – no ticket/booking required
More information here
RAI Conference: Anthropology and Conservation 25th-29th October 2021
Online: Registration details here
CBCD PANEL: Wed Oct 27, 1-5 pm
The Shaping of Conservation and Customary Rights: Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples’ Responses and Mobilization in Southeast Asia
Within a Southeast Asian context, this panel will assess the complexity and multiplicity of local voices and indigenous communities responses being deployed to ensure ecological and cultural integrity of their territories, especially in relation to threats from conservation and development schemes.
Prof Roy Ellen, Dr Dario Novellino, Dr Raj Puri, CBCD-SAC, University of Kent
Past Events ONLINE
WEBINAR: People and Psychoactive Plants
Webinar series exploring exisiting stigma and new models of social regulation for tobacco, cannabis and alcohol
From Menace to Medicine: Cannabis in Transition
Panel discussion held April 1st 2021, with special guests led by Dr. Axel Klein Panel, bios and video interviews
Tobacco 15 years after the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control – Global Governance, local stigma
Panel discussions held 30th September and 1st October 2020, with special guests led by Dr. Axel Klein Panel Recordings here
2020 Distinguished Ethnobotanist Lecture
Dr. Ina Vandebroek, The New York Botanical Garden, Caribbean Ethnobotany: Herbs, Health and Heritage Across Borders. Held Ocotboer 13, 2020. Ethnobotany Lecture
Book Launch with Prof Roy Ellen
A recording of the event will be available on the RAI YouTube channel.
See our new CBCD YOUTUBE Channel for more content.
For more information please contact Dr Raj Puri (email@example.com), Director of the Centre for Biocultural Diversity at Kent.