Development of the DEMCA data portal supported by:
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Digital Humanities Start-up Grant, Level 1 (HD-228866-15, Comparative Ethnobiology in Mesoamerica: A Digital Portal for Collaborative Research and Public Dissemination), Jonathan D. Amith (PI)


Ethnobiological research to Jonathan D. Amith supported by:
  • A Biological Approach to Documenting Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives. National Endowment for the Humanities, PD-50031; National Science Foundation, Documenting Endangered Languages, BCS-1401178 (W. John Kress, co-PI)

  • Corpus and lexicon development: Endangered genres of discourse and domains of cultural knowledge in Tu’un ísaví (Mixtec) of Yoloxóchitl, Guerrero. National Science Foundation, Documenting Endangered Languages, BCS-0966462; Endangered Language Documentation Programme, MDP0201

  • Floristics, Biodiversity, and Traditional Ecological Knowledge in the Sierra Nororiental of Puebla, Mexico. Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO), Mexico. (Gerardo Salazar, PI; Jonathan D. Amith, co-PI)

  • Documentation of Nahuat Knowledge of Natural History, Material Culture, and Ecology in the Municipality of Cuetzalan, Puebla. Endangered Language Documentation Programme, School of Oriental and African Studies, MDP0272

  • U.S. Fulbright Scholar award, Institute of International Education, Council for International Exchange of Scholars (Jan.–Sept. 2013. Host institutions: Jardín Etnobotánico, Oaxaca de Juárez, Oaxaca; Seminario de Lenguas Indígenas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City

  • Nahuatl Cultural Encyclopedia: Botany and Zoology, Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, FAMSI #03049
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Development of the DEMCA data portal has been supported by the following programs: National Endowment for the Humanities Digital Humanities Start-up grants, National Science Foundation, Documentation of Endangered Languages Program, National Endowment for the Humanities Division of Preservation and Access, and the Endangered Language Documentation Programme. Software is based on Symbiota, data and web design by Civic Actions (for more details on specific awards, see Acknowledgements. Usage Policy. Copyright © 2016.

How to cite: Amith, Jonathan D. and Michael B. Thomas. 2016. Documenting Ethnobiology in Mexico and Central America (DEMCA). Consulted at: http://demca.sites.gettysburg.edu/ (day/month/year accessed)