Science and Ethnoscience, bibliography, part 3


E. N. Anderson

Dept. of Anthropology, University of California, Riverside

Augmented Bibliography, Part 3

Pagden, Anthony.  1987.  The Fall of Natural Man:  The American Indian and the Origins of Comparative Ethnology.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Parkinson, John.  1976 (1629).  A Garden of Pleasant Flowers:  Paradisi in Sole, Paradisus Terrestris. New York:  Dover.

Pavord, Anna.  2005.  The Naming of Names:  The Search for Order in the World of Plants.  New York:  Bloomsbury.

Perezgrovas Garza, Raúl (ed.).  1990.  Los carneros de San Juan:  Ovinocultura indígena en los Altos de Chiapas.  San Cristóbal de Las Casas:  Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas.

Perry, Charles.  2007.  “Foreword.”  In:  Medieval Cuisine of the Islamic World, by Lilia Zaouali.  Tr. M. B. DeBevoise.  Berkeley:  University of California Press.

Pinker, Stephen.  2003.  The Blank Slate.  New York:  Penguin.

Ponting, Clive.  1991.  A Green History of the World.  New York:  Penguin.

Popper, Karl.   1959.  The Logic of Scientific Discovery.  London:  Hutchinson.

Pormann, Peter E., and Emilie Savage-Smith.  2007.  Medieval Islamic Medicine.  Edinburgh:  Edinburgh University Press; Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.

Posey, Darrell Addison.  2004.  Indigenous Knowledge and Ethics:  A Darrell Posey Reader.  New York:  Routledge.  Posthumous stuff; looks super.

Potter, Jack.  1976.  Thai Peasant Social Structure.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press.

Powell, J. W.  1901.  “Sophiology, or the Science of Activities Designed to Give Instruction.”  American Anthropologist 3:51-79.

Preece, R.  1999.  Cultural Myths, Cultural Realities. Vancouver:  University of British Columbia Press.

Pyne, Stephen J.  1991.  Burning Bush: A Fire History of Australia.  NY: Henry Holt & Co.

Rabinow, Paul.  2002.  French DNA:  Trouble in Purgatory.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press.

Radin, Paul.  1927.  Primitive Man as Philosopher.  New York:  Appleton.

—  1957.  Primitive Religion.  New York:  Dover.  (Orig 1937; this has a new preface.)

Re Cruz, Alicia.  1996.  The Two Milpas of Chan Kom.  Albany:  SUNY Press.

Reardon, Sara.  2011.  “The Alchemical Revolution.”  Science 332:914-915.

Reichel-Dolmatoff, G.  1971.  Amazonian Cosmos:  The Sexual and Religious Symbolism of the Tukano Indians.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press.

—  1976.  “Cosmology as Ecological Analysis:  A View from the Rain Forest.”  Man 11:307-316.

Robb, John Donald.  1980.  Hispanic Folk Music of New Mexico and the Southwest:  A Self-Portrait of a People.  Norman, OK:  University of Oklahoma Press.

Rosaldo, Renato.  1989.  Culture and Truth:  The Remaking of Social Analysis.  Boston:  Beacon Press.


Ross, Norbert.  2004  Culture and Cognition:  Implications for Theory and Method.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage.

Rudwick, Martin.  2005.  Bursting the Limits of Time.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press.


—-  2008.  Worlds Before Adam.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press.

Sahagun, Bernardino de. 1950-1982.  Florentine Codex.  Tr. Charles E. Dibble and Arthur J. O. Anderson.  (Spanish original late 16th century.)  Salt Lake City:  University of Utah Press.


Sahlins, Marshall.  l972.  Stone Age Economics.  Chicago: Aldine.


— l976.  Culture and Practical Reason.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Said, Edward.  1978.  Orientalism.  New York:  Pantheon.

Schäfer, Dagmar.  2011.  The Crafting of the 10,000 Thngs:  Knowledge and Technology in Seventeenth-Century China.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press.

Schneider, Norbert.  1992.  Naturaleza muerte.  Kőln:  Benedikt Taschen.

Schipper, Kristofer.  1993.  The Taoist Body.  Tr. Karen C. Duval (Fr. orig. 1982).  Berkeley:  University of California Press.

Schopenhauer, Arthur.  1950.  The World as Will and Idea.  Tr. R. Haldane and J. Kemp. (German original ca. 1850; this translation orig. publ. 1883).  London:  Routledge, Kegan Paul.

Shah, Idries.  1956.  Oriental Magic.  London:  Rider.

Sharp, Henry.  1987.  “Giant Fish, Giant Otters, and Dinosaurs:  ‘Apparently Irrational Beliefs’ in a Chipewyan Community.”  American Ethnologist 14:226-235.

—  2001  Loon:  Memory, Meaning and Reality in a Northern Dene Community.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press.

Sivin, Nathan.  2000.  “Introduction.”  In Science and Civilisation in China.  Vol. 6: Biology and Biological Technology.  Part VI:  Medicine, by Joseph Needham with Lu Gwei-djen.  Ed. by Nathan Sivin.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Skinner, B. F.  1959.  Cumulative Record:  A Selection of Papers.  New York:  Appleton-Century-Crofts.

Sluyter, Andrew.  2003.  “Material-Conceptual Landscape Transformation and the Emergence of the Pristine Myth in Early Colonial Mexico.”  In Political Ecology: An Integrative Approach to Geography and Environment-Development Studies, ed. By Karl Zimmerer and Thomas Bassett.  New York:  Guilford.  Pp. 221-239.

Smith, Adam.  1910 (orig. 1776).  The Wealth of Nations.  New York:  Dutton.

Smith, Claire, and Wobst, Martin.  2005.  Indigenous Archaeologies:  Decolonizing Theory and Practice.  New York:  Routledge.

Smith, David M.  1999.  “An Athapaskan Way of Knowing:  Chipewyan Ontology.”  American Ethnologist 25:412-432.

Stauber, John, and Sheldon Rampton.  1996.  Toxic Sludge is Good for You: Lies, Damn Lies and the Public Relations Industry.  Monroe, Maine: Common Courage.

Steward, Julian H.  1955.  Theory of Culture Change.  Urbana:  University of Illinois Press.

—  1977.  Evolution and Ecology:  Essays on Social Transformation.  Ed. Jane Steward and Robert Murphy.  Urbana:  University of Illinois Press.

Strang, Veronica.  2006.  “A Happy Coincidence?  Symbiosis and Synthesis in Anthropological and Indigenous Knowledges.”  Current Anthropology 47:981-1008.

Sun Simiao.  2007.  Recipes Worth a Thousand Gold:  Foods.  Tr. Sumei Yi.  Chinese original, 654 A.D.  Electronically distributed on Chimed listserv, July 2007.


Tacuinum Sanitatis: The Medical Health Handbook.  1976.  Ed./tr. by Luisa Cogliati Arano.  New York: George Braziller.

Taylor, Shelley E.  1989.  Positive Illusions:  Creative Self-Deception and the Healthy Mind.  New York:  Basic Books.

Terán, Silvia, and Christian Rasmussen.  1993.  La milpa entre los Maya.  Mérida:  Authors.

Tedlock, Dennis.  1985. Popul Vuh.  New York:  Simon & Schuster.

Theophrastus.  1926.  Enquiry into Plants.  Tr. A. F. Hort.  2 v.  Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press, Loeb Classics Series.

Thick, Malcolm.  2010.  Sir Hugh Plat:  The Search for Useful Knowledge in Sixteenth Century London.  Totnes, Devon:  Prospect Books.

Torrance, Robert (ed.).  1998.  Encompassing Nature.  Washington, DC:  Counterpoint.

Totman, Conrad.  1989.  The Green Archipelago:  Forestry in Preindustrial Japan.  Berkeley:  University of California Press.


Trautman, Thomas.  1987.  Lewis Henry Morgan and the Invention of Kinship.  Berkeley: University of California Press.

Tsien, Tsuen-Hsuin.  1985.  Science and Civilisation in China.  Vol. 5: Chemistry and Chemical Technology.  Part I:  Paper and Printing.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Tuchman, Barbara.  1978.  A Distant Mirror:  The Troubled Fourteenth Century.  New York:  Knopf.

Tucker, Mary Evelyn, and John A. Grim (eds.).  1994.  Worldviews and Ecology:  Religion, Philosophy, and the Environment.  Maryknoll, NY:  Orbis Books.


Turner, Nancy J.  2005.  The Earth’s Blanket.  Vancouver:  Douglas and MacIntyre; Seattle:  University of Washington Press.

Turner, Nancy J.; Yilmaz Ari; Fikret Berkes; Iain Davidson-Hunt; Z. Fusun Ertug; Andrew Miller.  2009.  “Cultural Management of Living Trees:  An International Perspective.”  Journal of Ethnobiology 29:237-270.

Tylor, Edward.  1871.  Primitive Culture.  London: John Murray.

Unschuld, Paul.  1986.  Medicine in China:  A History of Pharmaceutics.  Berkeley:  University of California Press.

—  2009.  What is Medicine?  Western and Eastern Approaches to Healing.  Berkeley:  University of California Press.


Varner, John Grier, and Jeannette Johnson Varner.  1983.  Dogs of the Conquest.  Norman:  University of Oklahoma Press.

Vayda, Andrew P.  2008.  “Causal Explanations as a Research Goal:  A Pragmatic View.”  In Against the Grain:  The Vayda Tradition in Ecological Anthropology, Bradley Walker, Bonnie McCay, Paige West, and Susan Lees, eds.  Lanham, MD:  AltaMira (division of Rowman and Littlefield).  Pp. 317-367.

—  2009.  “Causal Explanation as a Research Goal:  Do’s and Don’t’s.”  In Explaining Human Actions and Environmental Changes. Lanham, MD:  AltaMira (division of Rowman & Littlefield).  Pp. 1-48.

Veith, Ilza.  2002.  The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine.  New edn. (orig. 1949).  Berkeley:  University of California Press.

Vico, Giambattista.  2000.  New Science.  Tr. David Marsh.  New York:  Penguin.

Vogt, Evon Z.  1969.  Zinacantan:  A Maya Community in the Highlands of Chiapas.  Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press.

Waddell, Helen.  1955.  The Wandering Scholars.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday.

Wear, Andrew.  2000.  Knowledge and Practice in English Medicine, 1550-1680.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Weatherford, Jack.  2004.  Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World.  New York:  Three Rivers Press.

Weber, Max.  2001.  The Protestant Ethic and the “Spirit” of Capitalism.  Tr.  [German orig. 1907.]   London: Penguin.

Weber, Steven.  2001.  “Ancient Seeds:  Their Role in Undersanding South Asia and Its Past.  In:  Ethnobiology at the Milennium:  Past Promise and Future Prospects, Richard I. Ford, ed.  Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Anthropological Papers 91.  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan.  Pp. 21-34.

Weber, Steven A., and William R. Belcher (eds.).  2003.  Indus Ethnobiology:  New Perspectives from the Field.  Lanham, Md.:  Lexington Books (member of Rowman & Littlefield).

Whicher, George F.  1949.  The Goliard Poets.  Cambridge, MA:  University Press.


Wilke, Philip J.  1988.  “Bow Staves Harvested from Juniper Trees by Indians of Nevada.”  Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 10:3-31.

Wilms, Sabine.  2002.  The Female Body in Medieval China.  Ph.D. dissertation, Dept. of East Asian Studies, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

Witherspoon, Gary.  1977.  Language and Art in the Navaho Universe.  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press.

Wolpert, Lewis.  1993.  The Unnatural Nature of Science.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Worsley, Peter.  1997.  Knowledges:  Culture, Counterculture, Subculture.  New York:  New Press.

Zambrano, Isabel, and Patricia Greenfield.  2004.  “Ethnoepistemologies at Home and at School.”  In Culture and Competence: Contexts of Life Success, ed. By Robert J. Sternberg and Elena L. Grigorenko.  Washington:  American Psychological Association.  Pp. 251-272.

Zaouali, Lilia.  2007.  Medieval Cuisine of the Islamic World:  A Concise History with 174 Recipes.  Berkeley:  University of California Press.

Zarger, Rebecca K.  2002.  “Acquisition and Transmission of Subsistence Knowledge by Q’eqchi’ Maya in Belize.”  In Ethnobiology and Biocultural Diversity, ed. J. R. Stepp, Felice S. Wyndham and R. K. Zarger.  Athens:  University of Georgia Press. Pp. 593-603.

Zarger, Rebecca K., and John R. Stepp.  2004.  “Persistence of Botanical Knowledge among Tzeltal Maya Children.”  Current Anthropology 45:413-418.

Zong Yao Da Zi Dian. 1979.  Shanghai:  Science Publishers.

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