Melissa Remis and Carolyn Jost Robinson publish new article in American Anthropologist

“Elephants, Hunters, and Others: Integrating Biological Anthropology and Multispecies Ethnography in a Conservation Zone”  has just appeared in the September 2020 issue of American Anthropologist.  The paper follows multispecies interactions along networks of elephant trails in the Central African Republic and the role of specialized BaAka elephant hunters in their communities and in conservation. It highlights the importance of shared ecologies and of developing more culturally relevant conservation practices.

Read more here:
https://anthrosource.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/aman.13414

About Melissa Remis

Department Head and Professor of Anthropology, Purdue University
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