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Pieroni et al.

Local knowledge of medicinal plants and wild food plants among Tatars and Romanians in Dobruja (South-East Romania)

 

Pieroni et al.

An ethnobotanical study among Albanians and Aromanians living in the Rraicë and Mokra areas of Eastern Albania

 

 

2014

 

Pieroni & Quave (Eds.)

Ethnobotany and biocultural diversities in the Balkans. Perspectives on sustainable rural development and reconciliation

 

Papp et al.

The uses of Betula pendula Roth among Hungarian Csángós and Székelys in Transylvania, Romania

 

Pieroni & Privitera

Ethnobotany and its links to medical sciences and public health: quo vadis?

 

Pieroni et al.

Resilience at the border: traditional botanical knowledge among Macedonians and Albanians living in Gollobordo, Eastern Albania

 

Quave & Pieroni

Fermented foods for food security and food sovereignty in the Balkans: A case study of the Gorani people of Northeastern Albania

 

Pieroni et al.

Local knowledge on plants and domestic remedies in the mountain villages of Peshkopia (Eastern Albania)

 

 

2013

 

Abbasi et al.

Botanical ethnoveterinary therapies in three districts of the Lesser Himalayas of Pakistan

 

Quave & Pieroni

Mediterranean zootherapy: A historical to modern perspective

 

Sőukand et al.

Plants used for making recreational tea in Europe: a review based on specific research sites

 

Caneva et al.

Etnobotanica. Conservazione di un patrimonio culturale come risorsa per uno sviluppo sostenibile

 

Rexhepi et al.

Traditional medicinal plant knowledge among Albanians, Macedonians and Gorani in the Sharr Mountains (Republic of Macedonia)

 

Papp et al.

An ethnobotanical study on home gardens in a Transylvanian Hungarian Csángó village (Romania)

 

Pieroni et al.

One century later: the folk botanical knowledge of the last remaining Albanians of the upper Reka Valley, Mount Korab, Western Macedonia

 

Łuczaj et al.

Wild edible plants of Belarus: from Rostafinski's questionnaire of 1883 to the present

 

Mattalia et al.

Traditional uses of wild food and medicinal plants among Brigasc, Kyé, and Provençal communities on the Western Italian Alps

 

 

2012

 

Łuczaj et al.

Wild food plant use in 21st century Europe: the disappearance of old traditions and the search for new cuisines involving wild edibles

 

di Tizio et al.

Traditional food and herbal uses of wild plants in the ancient South-Slavic diaspora of Mundimitar/Montemitro (Southern Italy)

 

Quave et al.

Medical ethnobotany in Europe: From field ethnography to a more culturally sensitive Evidence-Based CAM?

 

Ellena et al.

Comparative medical ethnobotany of the Senegalese community living in Turin (Northwestern Italy) and in Adeane (Southern Senegal)

 

Pieroni et al.

“We are Italians!”: the hybrid ethnobotany of a Venetian diaspora in Eastern Romania

 

Mustafa et al.

An ethnobotany survey of the Gollak region, Kosovo

 

Mustafa et al.

Medical ethnobotany of the Albanian Alps in Kosovo

 

de Medeiros et al.

The use of medicinal plants by migrant people: adaptation, maintenance, and replacement

 

 

2011

 

Pieroni et al.

Cross-cultural ethnobiology in the Western Balkans: medical ethnobotany and ethnozoology among Albanians and Serbs in the Pešter plateau, Sandžak, south-western Serbia

 

Pieroni & Quave

Arbëreshë versus Northern Albanian ethnobotany: Wild plants for food and medicine in the Vulture area (Southern Italy) and in upper Kelmend and Shala Valley (Northern Albania)

 

Svanberg et al.

History and current trends of ethnobiological research in Europe

 

Ceuterick et al.

Resilience of Andean urban ethnobotanies: A comparison of medicinal plant use among Bolivian and Peruvian migrants in the United Kingdom and in their countries of origin

 

Turner et al.

Edible and tended wild plants, traditional ecological knowledge and agroecology

 

 

2010

 

Quave et al.

A comparative assessment of zootherapeutic remedies from selected areas in Albania, Italy, Spain and Nepal

 

Pardo de Santayana et al. (Eds.)

Ethnobotany in the New Europe. People, Health and Wild Plant Resources

 

Pieroni et al.

“My doctor doesn’t understand why I use them”: Herbal and food medicines amongst the Bangladeshi community in West Yorkshire, UK

 

Pieroni A.

People and plants in Lëpushë. Traditional medicine, local foods, and post-

communism in a north Albanian village

 

 

2009

 

Pieroni & Giusti

Alpine ethnobotany in Italy: traditional knowledge of gastronomic and

medicinal plants among the Occitans of the upper Varaita valley, Piedmont

 

Giusti & Pieroni

Cercare, raccogliere ed utilizzare piante spontanee (e non). Alcune indagini etnoscientifiche in Provincia di Lucca

 

 

2008

 

Pieroni, A.

Local plant resources in the ethnobotany of Theth, a village in the Northern Albanian Alps

 

Ceuterick et al.

Cross-cultural adaptation in urban ethnobotany. The Colombian folk pharmacopoeia in London

 

Maxia et al.

Medical ethnobotany of the Tabarkins, a Northern Italian (Ligurian) minority in South-Western Sardinia

 

Pieroni & Giusti

The remedies of the folk medicine of the Croatians living in Čičarija, Northern Istria

 

Pieroni & Gray

Herbal and food folk medicines of the Russlanddeutschen living in Künzelsau/Taläcker, South-Western Germany

 

Quave et al.

Dermatological remedies in the traditional pharmacopoeia of Vulture-Alto Bradano, inland Southern Italy

 

Hadjichambis et al.

Wild and semi-domesticated food plants consumption in seven circum-Mediterranean areas

 

González-Tejero et al.

Medicinal plants in the Mediterranean area: Synthesis of the results of the

Project Rubia

 

Pieroni et al.

Traditional medicines used by Pakistani migrants from Mirpur living in Bradford, Northern England

(Suppl. material)

 

 

2007

 

Pieroni & Vandebroek (Eds.)

Traveling cultures and plants. The ethnobiology and ethnopharmacy of

human migrations

 

Ceuterick et al.

The use of home-remedies for health-care and well-being by Spanish-speaking Latino immigrants in London: a reflection on acculturation

 

Quave & Pieroni

Traditional health care and food and medicinal plant use among historic Albanian migrants and Italians in Northern Lucania, southern Italy

 

Pieroni et al.

Medicinal perceptions of vegetables traditionally consumed by South-Asian migrants living in Bradford, Northern England

 

Pieroni

People and mountains in Kelmend. Documentation of a field study on traditional knowledge in the northern Albanian Alps (LARGE FILE!)

 

Ghirardini et al.

The importance of a taste: A comparative study on wild food plants consumption in twenty-one local communities in Italy

 

Pieroni & Torry

Does the taste matter? Taste and medicinal perceptions associated with five selected herbal drugs among three ethnic groups in West Yorkshire, Northern England

 

 

2006

 

Nebel et al.

Ta chňrta: wild edible greens used in the Graecanic area in Calabria, Southern Italy

 

Pieroni & Quave

Functional foods or food-medicines? On the consumption of wild plants among Albanians and Southern Italians in Lucania

 

Pieroni et al.

Circum-Mediterranean cultural heritage and medicinal plant uses in traditional animal healthcare: a field survey in eight selected areas within the RUBIA project

(Suppl. material)

 

 

2005

 

Heinrich et al.

Understanding local Mediterranean diets: a multidisciplinary pharmacological and ethnobotanical approach

 

Pieroni et al.

Traditional phytotherapy and trans-cultural pharmacy among Turkish migrants living in Cologne, Germany

 

Pieroni & Quave

Traditional pharmacopoeias and medicines among Albanians and Italians in southern Italy: a comparison

 

Pieroni et al.

Food for two seasons: culinary uses of non-cultivated local vegetables and mushrooms in a south Italian village

 

Quave & Pieroni

Folk illness and healing in Arbëreshë Albanian and Italian communities of Lucania, Southern Italy

 

Pieroni et al.

Traditional phytotherapy of the Albanians of Lepushe, Northern Albanians Alps

 

Heinrich et al.

Plants as medicines

 

Pieroni

Gathering food from the wild

 

 

2004

 

Pieroni et al.

Natural remedies and nutraceuticals used in ethnoveterinary practices in inland southern Italy

 

Pieroni et al.

Ethnopharmacognostic survey on the natural ingredients used in folk cosmetics, cosmeceuticals and remedies for healing skin diseases in the inland Marches, Central-Eastern Italy

 

Pieroni et al.

Folk pharmaceutical knowledge in the territory of the Dolomiti Lucane, inland southern Italy

 

 

2003

 

Pieroni

Wild food plants and Arbëresh women in Lucania, Southern Italy

 

Viegi et al.

A review of plants used in folk veterinary medicine in Italy as basis for a databank

 

Pieroni et al.

Ethnobotanical knowledge of the Istro-Romanians of Žejane in Croatia

 

 

2002

 

Pieroni & Giusti

Ritual botanicals against the evil-eye in Tuscany, Italy

 

Pieroni et al.

Ethnopharmacology of liakra, traditional weedy vegetables of the Arbëreshë of the Vulture area in southern Italy

 

Giusti et al.

Erbe e percezione del sapore tra gli Arbëreshë del Vulture in Lucania

 

Pieroni et al.

Ethnopharmacy of ethnic Albanians (Arbëreshë) in northern Basilicata (southern Italy)

 

 

2001

 

Pieroni

Evaluation of the cultural significance of wild food botanicals traditionally consumed in North-Western Tuscany, Italy

 

 

2000

 

Pieroni

Medicinal plants and food medicines in the folk traditions of the upper Lucca Province, Italy

 

 

1999

 

Pieroni, A.

Gathered wild food plants in the upper valley of the Serchio river (Garfagnana), central Italy

 

Pieroni

Piante spontanee ed immaginario collettivo in Alta Garfagnana (Lucca): un centro di documentazione sulla cultura orale