A public forum on ???Ethnobiology, Spirituality & Healing??? will
Thursday, 11 November, from 6:00-7:30 p.m., in the J. Wayne Reitz
Union Room 349.
The Ethnobiology, Religion & Nature symposium will engage a number
of leading scholars working with indigenous and traditional
peoples worldwide in the fields of Anthropology, Biology, Botany,
Ecology, Geography, Religion and other associated disciplines.
The focus is on a critical exploration of the relationship between
Ethnobiology, Nature and Religion with a goal toward expanding our
understanding of these concepts and how they influence knowledge
and behavior cross-culturally. The outcome will contribute
directly to the conservation of biocultural diversity worldwide.
For more detailed information, including guest speaker details,
please see the following link:
Additionally, you may contact me directly by email or phone,
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