Anthropologist Michael Wilken-Robertson’s research and advocacy work with Native Baja Californians has explored traditional arts, ethnobotany, history, languages, and cultural landscapes of these indigenous peoples. He has developed lifelong collaborative relationships with native artists and traditional authorities to foster cultural revitalization and sustainable community development. His research is disseminated through publications, collaborative indigenous community projects, museum exhibits, ethnobotanical gardens, and the organization of binational activities that promote the unique anthropological heritage of Baja California. Wilken-Robertson currently works as an independent anthropological researcher and consultant from his home in Baja California.
Etnobotánica Kumiai: El conocimiento sobre las plantas nativas de un pueblo indígena de Baja California
Etnobotánica kumiai explora la interdependencia notable entre los pueblos nativos y las plantas endémicas de las Californias, a través de la descripción a profundidad de 47 plantas y sus usos; …
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- Categories: California: San Diego, Deserts: California and Southwest, History/Lore/Native Americans, Mexico/Baja California, Natural History/Ecology, Spanish/Bilingual.
- Format: Softcover
- Pages: 312
- Dimensions: 7x9
- ISBN: 9781941384572
- Year Published: 2020
- Language: Spanish
- Publisher: Sunbelt Publications, Inc.
Spanish Edition Available Here. For thousands of years, the Kumeyaay people of northern Baja California and southern California made their homes in the diverse landscapes of the region, interacting with …$ 29.95 Add to cart