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cultural history (270), history (257), herbalism (215), psychedelics (186), anthropology (185), mythology (180), ritual (179), scientific taxonomy (169), food (166), art (160), spirituality (156), Indigenous People (151), ecology (139), religion (137), shamanism (136), South America (135), psychoactive (133), botany (128), medicine (120), North America - native culture (111), material culture (110), health/healing (107), folk taxonomy (103), Mexico/Meso-America - native culture (100), how-to (89), Indigenous knowledge (81), cultivation (79), women (79), cosmology (79), ethnography (77), California- native culture (75), folklore (74), Native American (73), natural history (72), stories (70), North America (69), psychology (67), nature spirituality (67), agriculture (66), fungi (65), cannabis (65), Amazon (64), fiction (63), natural philosophy (60), ayahuasca/yagé (60), women's perspectives (60), Asia (59), literary non-fiction (58), intercultural (57), worldview (57), conservation/preservation (54), botanical illustration (53), models of illness/healing (53), colonialism (52), Spanish language (51), exploration (51), ceremony (51), trees (50), consciousness (49), memoir (49), altered consciousness (48), Europe (47), fungi- psychedelic (46), law (46), pharmacology (46), peyote (44), identification (43), psychotherapy (42), tools (41), chemistry (40), tobacco (40), children (40), drugs (40), biocultural diversity (38), symbolism (37), scientific research (36), phenomenology (36), colonization (36), ethnopharmacology (34), TEK- Traditional Ecological Knowledge (34), economic botany (34), North America - ethnobotany (32), biography (32), fiber (29), poisons (29), gardening (28), ethnobotany (28), global (27), LSD (27), fieldwork (26), psilocybin (26), flowers (25), Hawaii- native culture (25), Africa (24), California - nature (24), ecological history (24), Native American author(s) (24), smoke/smoking (24), California (23), travel (23), ethnobotany- general (23), Pacific Northwest (22), Terence McKenna (22), foraging/wild-harvesting (22), literature (21), R. E. Schultes (21), herbals (21), healers (20), collecting (20), forests (20), Indigenous language (20), mycology (20), Mexico (18), field guide (18), archaeology (18), gardens (18), islands (17), biology (17), Native American Church- NAC (17), Native California (17), methods (16), autobiography (16), Africa- native culture (16), Northern California (16), Hawaii (16), wood (16), Pacific (16), spices (16), gender roles (16), Australia (15), Caribbean (15), basketry (15), California- ethnobotany (15), American Southwest (15), medical anthropology (15), mescaline (15), dyes/pigments (15), poetry (14), naturalists (14), regional (14), tea (14), folk tech (13), Europe- native culture (12), reference (12), Soma (12), scent (perfume/aroma/fragrance) (12), counter-culture (12), folk medicine (12), Mazatec (11), Southeast Asia (11), photography (11), Meso-America (11), Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) (10), African-American (10), Canada (10), historical fiction (10), opium (10), plant collectors (10), snuff (10), cultural appropriation (10), entheogens (10), Middle East (9), musical instruments (9), textiles (9), beverage (9), herbarium (8), coca (8), ethnomycology (8), needs tags (8), German language (7), mestizo (6), botanical history (6), games (6), grass (6), architecture (6), gender studies (6), plant intelligence (6), resins (5), Kathleen Harrison (5), oral history (5), gardens- history (5), famine foods (5), cacti (5), eco-philosophy (5), music (5), San Pedro/huachuma (5), wild (5), horticulture (5), plant communication (5), mycophilia (5), salvia (5), Indigenous author(s) (4), American Plains Region (4), invasive (4), ibogaine (4), Portuguese language (4), England (4), natural science (4), folk research (4), endangered (4), aphrodisiac (4), incense (4), language (nomenclature/linguistics) (4), seeds (3), Europe - ethnobotany (3), khat/qat (3), Europe- nature (3), mushrooms (3), KH (3), sustainability (3), science fiction (3), paper (3), mycoremediation (3), European (3), Sonoma County (3), kava (3), craft (3), iboga (3), dreams (3), ethnobiology (2), Y/A (2), Russia (2), Brazil (2), environmentalism (2), settlers (2), bibliographies (2), French language (2), Great Lakes/American Midwest (2), Peru (2), MDMA (2), science (2), Indonesia (1), origin tales (1), DMT (1), dissertation (1), etymology (1), Slovene language (1), Italian language (1), Celtic (1), journals/periodicals (1), Africa- nature (1), fermentation (1), post-colonial (1), Colombia (1), Botany (1), education (1), improve record (1), Psychedelics (1), Maria Sabina (1), catalogs (1), sociology (1), ethnology (1)
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Avainsanapilvi, Tekijäpilvi, Avainsanapeili
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Apr 26, 2015
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Botanical Dimensions Ethnobotany Library
About My Library

Botanical Dimensions is an organization dedicated to collect, protect, propagate and understand plants of human use and their lore. This Ethnobotany Library has been compiled by ethnobotanist and founder, Kathleen Harrison. The library currently holds 2,000 books and periodicals on interdisciplinary aspects of the plant-culture relationship: botany, mycology, ecology, anthropology, mythology, herbalism, ritual, travel, traditional environmental knowledge, indigenous knowlege, California studies, Pacific studies, Amazonian studies, psychedelic traditions and their 20th century developments, and more. We are gradually listing them all on LibraryThing, and uploading the actual cover images, a work in progress. From 2015-2020, we hosted classes on a variety of topics related to plants, fungi and knowledge — a global and historically deep view of ethnobotany and ethnomycology — and the BD Library grew a community of interested readers. From 2021-2023, this library was open for research only. The collection of books seen here will be kept together, due to its unique themes and provenance. The collection will move to a new setting, under another owner, in 2024, with the plan for it to be publicly available in time. It will remain viewable here on LibraryThing, as a window into a way of seeing and studying the profound relationships between nature, cultures, and knowledge. See www.botanicaldimensions.org for more information.

About Me

Kathleen Harrison, M.A., Ethnobotanist/Teacher. Co-founder and Executive Director of Botanical Dimensions (since 1985). Founder of Botanical Dimensions' Ethnobotany Library (2015).

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Occidental, California, 95465, U.S.A.
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http://www.botanicaldimensions.org
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