Editors: Ana Ladio, Natalia Hanazaki, Nivaldo Peroni
In 2018 we celebrate the 30-year anniversary of the First International Conference of Ethnobiology held in Belém, 1988. In three decades the entire field of ethnobiology has advanced both in theory and methods, and so we are proposing a special issue of Acta Botanica Brasilica with the tentative title “New perspectives in ethnobotany: frontiers and innovations”. We encourage potential authors to submit manuscripts that reflect the theoretical and methodological advances in the field, as well as those that address ethnobotanical frontiers and innovations, in tune with international debates in the field. We welcome manuscripts focusing on different scales of analysis and from any part of the globe. Manuscripts revealing integrated perspectives of ethnobotany with other areas of botany are strongly encouraged. Whenever appropriate, manuscripts should present information regarding prior informed consent and procedures related to the access to traditional knowledge associated with biodiversity. In this special issue we will include reviews and original research on the subject.
The proposed schedule for this special issue is: (a) call for manuscripts opens on March 1 2018; (b) deadline for submission of all expected manuscripts August 31 2018; (c) publication prior to May 2019. Please contact us at <email@example.com> or the journal office <firstname.lastname@example.org> if you need any additional information. Manuscripts for this special issue should be submitted through the normal editorial process at the Acta Botanica Brasilica homepage <http://acta.botanica.org.br/> and will be subjected to the standard peer review process. When submitting manuscripts please indicate in your cover letter your intention to publish the manuscript in this special issue.
The manuscripts will be published as soon as accepted in ahead of print mode and will be included in the special issue at the appropriate time.
Acta Botanica Brasilica is one of the most representative Brazilian scientific journals. It is an open access journal founded in 1987 by the Sociedade Botânica do Brasil – SBB. Our impact factor (IF) has been increasing steadily and is now 0.65 (ISI Impact factor). We hope to reach 1.0 the next few years, which will put us in a select group of international Botanical journals. We are indexed in major databases such as ISI (Web of Science) and Scopus, and in partnership with SciELO we provide our articles as open access and without cost to authors.
We look forward to hearing from you and hope you and your students contribute to the issue.
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