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Tackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forward

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1070“From Botanical Espionage to Ordered Herbaria: Colonial Botany and Systems of Power in Historical Perspective”Tackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardAyers, Elaine.Colonialism
History
botany
race
gender
Sexuality
933Anishinaabek Flourishing: A Radical Act of RememberingTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardFreeland, Dr. Mark.Indigenous worldview
flourishing
kinship
1064Cultural uses of the Dracaenoids: unpacking the indigenous knowledge on the taxonomy, ethnobotany and conservation of DracaenoidsTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardNyenya, Ratidzayi.medicinal
ethnobotany
Indigenous Peoples
Africa
Dracaena
Sansevieria
Kenya
Zimbabwe
1011Decolonizing BotanyTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardSubramaniam, Banu.Colonialism
feminism
race
gender
queer
botany
269Empowering Indigenous ways of knowing Serianthes: An environmental justice case study from GuåhanTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardDemeulenaere, Else; Ickert-Bond, Steffi.Pacific islands
traditional knowledge
Serianthes
794Ethical Harvesting, Traditional Gardens: Decolonizing Urban LandscapesTackling coloniality in plant sciences: Legacies and paths forwardGalbreath, Silas TIkaan; Dewitt, Meda.Traditional Ecological Knowledge
community
Reciprocity

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