Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Arkansas
Justin is a published Author and Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Arkansas. His research is largely in the areas of social ecology and ethnobiology, which have been published in various journals as well as two books. Wild Harvest in the Heartland: Ethnobotany in Missouri’s Little Dixie was published in 2007, and THINK Cultural Anthropology was published in 2012. Recently, Justin served as the President of the Society of Ethnobiology.
University of Arkansas
My interests within biological anthropology include ethnobiology, the study of humans and their relationships with native flora and fauna, medical anthropology, the study of health belief systems …
Just off lonely Highway 82 on the eastern outskirts of El Dorado, Arkansas, I park my pickup in the gravel lot in front of a nondescript roadside one-stop I remember well from my childhood. Karl Brummett …
Discover the Grounds Podcast
Justin describes the rare native bloodroot plant and discusses some of the plants uses with Discover the Grounds. This podcast is produced by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
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