Science and Ethnoscience: Bibliography, part 1


E. N. Anderson

Dept. of
Anthropology, University of California, Riverside


Augmented Bibliography, part 1


To the references in text are added a large number of
references on folk science, including Chinese traditional sciences.


Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi.
1965.  The Eastern Key.  Tr. K. H. Zand, John A.Videan, Ivy E.
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Ahmad, S. Maqbul, and K. Baipakov.  2000.
Geodesy, Geology and Mineralogy; Geography and Cartography; the Silk Route across Central Asia.  In History of Civilizations of Central Asia, vol. IV, The Age of Achievement:  A.D. 750
to the End of the Fifteenth Century.
2, The Achievements, edited by C. E.
Bosworth and M. S. Asimov. Paris:  UNESCO.
Pp. 205-226.


Anderson, Barbara A.;
E. N. Anderson; Tracy Franklin; Aurora Dzib-Xihum de Cen.  2004.
“Pathways of Decision Making among Yucatan Mayan Traditional Birth
Attendants.”  Journal of Midwifery and
Women’s Health 49:4:312-319.


Anderson, E. N.
1972.  Studies on South China’s
Boat People.  Taipei:  Orient Cultural Service.


—  1987.  “Why is Humoral Medicine So
Popular?”  Social Science and
Medicine 25:4:331-337.


—  1988.  The Food of China.  New Haven:  Yale
University Press.


1992.   “Chinese Fisher Families:  Variations on Chinese Themes.”  Comparative Family Studies 23:2:231-247.


—  1996a.  Ecologies of the Heart.  New York:  Oxford
University Press.


—  1996b.  “An Introduction to Wilson Duff.”  In Bird
of Paradox
by Wilson Duff.  Surrey, BC:  Hancock House.  Pp. 16-119.


—  1999.  “Child-raising among Hong Kong
Fisherfolk:  Variations on Chinese
Themes.”  Bulletin of the Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, 86:121-155.


—  2000.  “Maya Ornithology and ‘Science Wars.’”  Journal of Ethnobiology 20:129-158.


—  2001.  “Flowering Apricot:  Environmental Practice, Folk Religion, and
Daoism.”  In Daoism and Ecology, ed. N. J. Girardot, James Miller, and Liu
Xaiogan.  Cambridge:  Harvard
University Press.  Pp. 157-184.


—  (with José Cauich
Canul, Aurora Dzib, Salvador Flores Guido, Gerald Islebe, Felix Medina Tzuc,
Odilón Sánchez Sánchez, and Pastor Valdez Chale).  2003.
Those Who Bring the Flowers.
Chetumal, QR, Mexico:  ECOSUR.


—  2004.  “’Loving Nature’ among the Maya.”  Paper, Society for Ethnobiology, annual
conference, Davis, CA.


—   (with Aurora
Dzib Xihum de Cen, Felix Medina Tzuc, and Pastor Valdez).  2005.
Political Ecology in a Yucatecan Community.  Tucson:  University
of Arizona Press.


—  ms 1.  The Morality of Ethnobiology.  Ms. in prep.


—  ms 2.  Learning from Experience.


—  ms 3.  “The Antilist.”  Ms.


—  2007.  Floating World Lost.  New Orleans:
University Press of the South.


Anderson, E. N., and Felix Medina Tzuc.  2005.
Animals and the Maya in Southeast Mexico.  Tucson:  University
of Arizona Press.


Anderson, M.
Kat.  2005.  Tending the Wild:  Native American Knowledge and the Management
of California’s Natural Resources.  Berkeley:  University of California Press.


Anderson, Perry.
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Ankli, Anita; Otto Saticher; Michyale Heinrich.  1999a.
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