Vegecultures and the social-biological transformations of plants and people
The social entanglements of vegetative reproduction are considered for three neighbouring tropical regions that are often considered to exhibit very different histories of plant exploitation during the Holocene: early and independent agricultural development on New Guinea; introduction of agriculture to Island Southeast Asia during the last 3000-4000 years; and, Australia as the 'hunter-gatherer' continent. Following recent reassessments that emphasise the commonalities of many plant...[Show more]
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