Roy Ellen (Prof.) is Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Human Ecology at the University of Kent, Canterbury. His main areas of current interest are ethnobiological knowledge systems, cultural cognition, social system resilience, and inter-island trade. He has conducted field research in archipelagic southeast Asia over a period of 50 years. His most recent book is: Kinship, population and social reproduction in the »New Indonesia« (2018). He was elected to a fellowship of the British Academy in 2003, and was President of the Royal Anthropological Institute between 2007 and 2011.
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Cassava Diversity and Toxicity in Relation to Environmental DegradationSeiten 215 - 242
Transmitting Symbolic Concepts from the Perspective of Cultural Cognition - The Acquisition and Transfer of Folk-biological KnowledgeSeiten 41 - 70