ANTH 335: Ecological Anthropology (Rev. C2) Report a Broken Link


Johnson, L. M. (2010). Trail of Story, Traveller’s Path Reflections on Ethnoecology and Landscape. Edmonton, AB. Athabasca University Press
Haenn, N.,  Wilk, R. R., and Harnish, A. (2016), The Environment in Anthropology: A Reader in Ecology, Culture, and Sustainable Living. 2nd ed. New York City, NY: New York University Press.

Unit 3: Bringing culture together with ecology

Kottak, Conrad. The New Ecological Anthropology. American Anthropologist 101, no. 1 (1999): 25–35.

Unti 4: Ways of making a living without agriculture: Hunting, gathering, fishing

Cane, S. “Australian Aboriginal Subsistence in the Western Desert.” Human Ecology 15, no. 4 (1987): 391–434.
Woodburn, J. “Egalitarian Societies.” Man. N.S. 17, no. 3 (1982): 431–51

Unit 6: Patoralism: making a living with animals and dilemmas in a world of boundaries

Fratkin, E. and E.A. Roth. “Drought and Economic Differentiation Among Ariaal Rendille Pastoralists of Kenya.” Human Ecology 18, no. 4 (1990): 385–402.
McCabe, J.T. “Turkana Pastoralism: A Case Against the Tragedy of the Commons.” Human Ecology 18, no 1 (1990): 81–103.

Unit 7: Agricutural societies

Clay, D.C. and A.L. Laurence. “Land Use, Soil Loss, and Sustainable Agriculture in Rwanda.” Human Ecology 18, no. 2 (1990): 147–61.
Netting, R. “What Alpine Peasants Have in Common: Observations on Communal Tenure in a Swiss Village.” Human Ecology 4, no. 2 (1976): 135–46.
Lansing, Stephen, and Andre Singer. The Goddess and the Computer. Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 1988).

Unit 8: Industrial agriculture, urbanized societies, and global networks

Lorenzen, R.P. and S. Lorenzen. “Changing Realities: Perspectives on Balinese Rice Cultivation.” Human Ecology 39, no. 1 (2011): 29–42.

Unit 10: Summary and Review: Ecological perspectives on human social and cultural life

Fricker, Alan. “Measuring Up to Sustainability.” Futures 30, no. 4 (1998): 367–75.