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Periodo di riferimento
15/01/2019 - 14/01/2022
Dipartimento di Scienze Ambientali, Informatica e Statistica
Professori Associati
A.A.InsegnamentoCodice VotoVoto medio area
2018/2019GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGYCM04412.93.2
Anno solareTipologiaTesi RelatoreTesi Correlatore
2020Corso di laurea magistrale2
2021Corso di laurea1
2021Corso di laurea magistrale5
  • Stryamets, N; Mattalia, G; Pieroni, A; Sõukand, R (2022), "Mushrooms (and a cow) are A Means of Survival for Us": Dissimilar Ethnomycological Perspectives among Hutsuls and Romanians Living Across The Ukrainian-Romanian Border in ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, vol. XX (ISSN 0364-152X) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Prakofjewa J.; Anegg M.; Kalle R.; Simanova A.; Pruse B.; Pieroni A.; Soukand R. (2022), Diverse in Local, Overlapping in Official Medical Botany: Critical Analysis of Medicinal Plant Records from the Historic Regions of Livonia and Courland in Northeast Europe, 1829–1895 in PLANTS, vol. 11, pp. 1065 (ISSN 2223-7747) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Kalle R.; Pieroni A.; Svanberg I.; Soukand R. (2022), Early Citizen Science Action in Ethnobotany: The Case of the Folk Medicine Collection of Dr. Mihkel Ostrov in the Territory of Present-Day Estonia, 1891–1893 in PLANTS, vol. 11, pp. 274 (ISSN 2223-7747) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Sulaiman N.; Pieroni A.; Soukand R.; Polesny Z. (2022), Food Behavior in Emergency Time: Wild Plant Use for Human Nutrition during the Conflict in Syria in FOODS, vol. 11, pp. 177 (ISSN 2304-8158) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Kolosova V.; Pashkova T.; Muslimov M.; Soukand R. (2022), Historical Review of Ethnopharmacology in Karelia (1850s–2020s): Herbs and healers in JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY, vol. 282, pp. 114565 (ISSN 0378-8741) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Soukand R.; Kalle R.; Pieroni A. (2022), Homogenisation of Biocultural Diversity: Plant Ethnomedicine and Its Diachronic Change in Setomaa and Võromaa, Estonia, in the Last Century in BIOLOGY, vol. 11, pp. 192 (ISSN 2079-7737) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Prakofyeva, Y.; Anegg, M.; Kalle, R.; Simanova, A.; Pruse, B.; Pieroni, A.; Soukand, R. (2022), Local ecological knowledge and folk medicine in historical Estonia, Livonia, Courland, and Galicia, 1805-1905 in PLANTS, vol. 2, pp. 30 (ISSN 2223-7747) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Stryamets N.; Prakofjewa J.; Mattalia G.; Kalle R.; Pruse B.; Zocchi D.M.; Soukand R.; Pieroni A.; Fontefrancesco M.F. (2022), Why the ongoing occupation of Ukraine matters to ethnobiology in JOURNAL OF ETHNOBIOLOGY AND ETHNOMEDICINE, vol. 18, pp. 21 (ISSN 1746-4269) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Pruse B.; Simanova A.; Mezaka I.; Kalle R.; Prakofjewa J.; Holsta I.; Laizane S.; Soukand R. (2021), Active wild food practices among culturally diverse groups in the 21st century across latgale, Latvia in BIOLOGY, vol. 10, pp. 551 (ISSN 2079-7737) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Giulia Mattalia, Nataliya Stryamets, Anya Grygorovych, Andrea Pieroni, Renata Soukand (2021), Borders as Crossroads: The Diverging Routes of Herbal Knowledge of Romanians Living on the Romanian and Ukrainian Sides of Bukovina in FRONTIERS IN PHARMACOLOGY, vol. 11:598390 (ISSN 1663-9812) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Sõukand, Renata; Kalle, Raivo; Fontefrancesco, Michele Filippo; Pieroni, Andrea (2021), Building a safety buffer for European food security: the role of small-scale food production and local ecological and gastronomic knowledge in light of COVID-19 in OPEN RESEARCH EUROPE, vol. 1, pp. 10 (ISSN 2732-5121) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Nataliya Stryamets; Giulia Mattalia; Andrea Pieroni; Ihor Khomyn; Renata Soukand (2021), Dining Tables Divided by a Border: The Effect of Socio-Political Scenarios on Local Ecological Knowledge of Romanians Living in Ukrainian and Romanian Bukovina in FOODS, vol. 10, pp. 126 (ISSN 2304-8158) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Majeed M.; Bhatti K.H.; Pieroni A.; Soukand R.; Bussmann R.W.; Khan A.M.; Chaudhari S.K.; Aziz M.A.; Amjad M.S. (2021), Gathered wild food plants among diverse religious groups in Jhelum District, Punjab, Pakistan in FOODS, vol. 10, pp. 594 (ISSN 2304-8158) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Mattalia G., Stryamets N., Balaszi Á , Molnar G., Gliga A., Pieroni A., Soukand R., Reyes-Garcia V. (2021), Hutsuls’ perceptions of forests and uses of forest resource in Ukrainian and Romanian Bukovina in INTERNATIONAL FORESTRY REVIEW, vol. 23 (ISSN 1465-5489) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Stryamets, N; Fontefrancesco, M F; Mattalia, G; Prakofyeva, Y; Pieroni, A; Kalle, R; Stryamets, G; Soukand, R (2021), Just beautiful green herbs: use of plants in cultural practices in Bukovina and Roztochya, Western Ukraine in JOURNAL OF ETHNOBIOLOGY AND ETHNOMEDICINE, vol. 17, pp. 12 (ISSN 1746-4269) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Belichenko O.; Kolosova V.; Melnikov D.; Kalle R.; Soukand R. (2021), Language of administration as a border: Wild food plants used by setos and russians in pechorsky district of pskov oblast, NW Russia in FOODS, vol. 10, pp. 367 (ISSN 2304-8158) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Mattalia, Giulia; Belichenko, Olga; Kalle, Raivo; Kolosova, Valeria; Kuznetsova, Natalia; Prakofjewa, Julia; Stryamets, Nataliya; Pieroni, Andrea; Volpato, Gabriele; Sõukand, Renata (2021), Multifarious Trajectories in Plant-Based Ethnoveterinary Knowledge in Northern and Southern Eastern Europe in FRONTIERS IN VETERINARY SCIENCE, vol. 8 (ISSN 2297-1769) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Aziz M.A.; Ullah Z.; Al-Fatimi M.; De Chiara M.; Soukand R.; Pieroni A. (2021), On the trail of an ancient middle eastern ethnobotany: Traditional wild food plants gathered by ormuri speakers in kaniguram, nw pakistan in BIOLOGY, vol. 10, pp. 302 (ISSN 2079-7737) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Aziz M.A.; Ullah Z.; Adnan M.; Soukand R.; Pieroni A. (2021), The fading wild plant food–medicines in upper chitral, nw pakistan in FOODS, vol. 10, pp. 2494 (ISSN 2304-8158) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Manduzai A.K.; Abbasi A.M.; Khan S.M.; Abdullah A.; Prakofjewa J.; Amini M.H.; Amjad M.S.; Cianfaglione K.; Fontefrancesco M.F.; Soukand R.; Pieroni A. (2021), The importance of keeping alive sustainable foraging practices: Wild vegetables and herbs gathered by Afghan refugees living in Mansehra District, Pakistan in SUSTAINABILITY, vol. 13, pp. 1-17 (ISSN 2071-1050) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Kalle R.; Soukand R. (2021), The name to remember: Flexibility and contextuality of preliterate folk plant categorization from the 1830s, in Pernau, Livonia, historical region on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea in JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY, vol. 264, pp. 113254 (ISSN 0378-8741) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Soukand R.; Prakofjewa J.; Pieroni A. (2021), The trauma of no-choice: Wild food ethnobotany in Yaghnobi and Tajik villages, Varzob Valley, Tajikistan in GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION, vol. 86, pp. 3399-3411 (ISSN 0925-9864) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Pruse, Baiba; Kalle, Raivo; Buffa, Gabriella; Simanova, Andra; Mezaka, Ieva; Soukand, Renata (2021), We need to appreciate common synanthropic plants before they become rare: Case study in Latgale (Latvia) in ETHNOBIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION, vol. 10 (ISSN 2238-4782) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Pieroni A.; Hovsepyan R.; Manduzai A.K.; Soukand R. (2021), Wild food plants traditionally gathered in central Armenia: archaic ingredients or future sustainable foods? in ENVIRONMENT, DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY, vol. 23, pp. 2358-2381 (ISSN 1387-585X) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Mattalia G.; Soukand R.; Corvo P.; Pieroni A. (2021), “We Became Rich and We Lost Everything”: Ethnobotany of Remote Mountain Villages of Abruzzo and Molise, Central Italy in HUMAN ECOLOGY, vol. 49, pp. 217-224 (ISSN 0300-7839) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Mendoza, Jimlea Nadezhda; Mattalia, Giulia; Prūse, Baiba; Kochalski, Sophia; Ciriaco, Aimee; Pieroni, Andrea; Sõukand, Renata (2021), “Wild fish are a blessing”: changes in fishing practices and folk fish cuisine around Laguna Lake, Northern Philippines in JOURNAL OF ETHNIC FOODS, vol. 8 (ISSN 2352-6181) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Mattalia G.; Soukand R.; Corvo P.; Pieroni A. (2020), Blended divergences: local food and medicinal plant uses among Arbëreshë, Occitans, and autochthonous Calabrians living in Calabria, Southern Italy in PLANT BIOSYSTEMS, vol. 154, pp. 615-626 (ISSN 1724-5575) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Kalle R.; Soukand R.; Pieroni A. (2020), Devil is in the details: Use of wild food plants in historical Võromaa and Setomaa, present-day Estonia in FOODS, vol. 9, pp. 570 (ISSN 2304-8158) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Giulia Mattalia; Renata Soukand; Paolo Corvo; Andrea Pieroni (2020), Dissymmetry at the border: wild food and medicinal ethnobotany of Slovenes and Friulians in NE Italy in ECONOMIC BOTANY, vol. 74 (ISSN 0013-0001) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Valeria Kolosova; Olga Belichenko; Alexandra Rodionova; Denis Melnikov; Renata Sõukand (2020), Foraging in Boreal Forest: Wild Food Plants of the Republic of Karelia, NW Russia in FOODS, vol. 9, pp. 1015 (ISSN 2304-8158) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Kalle R.; Belichenko O.; Kuznetsova N.; Kolosova V.; Prakofjewa J.; Stryamets N.; Mattalia G.; Sarka P.; Simanova A.; Pruse B.; Mezaka I.; Soukand R. (2020), Gaining momentum: Popularization of Epilobium angustifolium as food and recreational tea on the Eastern edge of Europe in APPETITE, vol. 150, pp. 104638 (ISSN 0195-6663) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Soukand R.; Mattalia G.; Kolosova V.; Stryamets N.; Prakofjewa J.; Belichenko O.; Kuznetsova N.; Minuzzi S.; Keedus L.; Pruse B.; Simanova A.; Ippolitova A.; Kalle R. (2020), Inventing a herbal tradition: The complex roots of the current popularity of Epilobium angustifolium in Eastern Europe in JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY, vol. 247, pp. 112254 (ISSN 0378-8741) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Giulia Mattalia; Nataliya Stryamets; Renata Soukand; Andrea Pieroni (2020), Knowledge transmission patterns at the border: ethnobotany of Hutsuls living in the Carpathian Mountains of Bukovina (SW Ukraine and NE Romania) in JOURNAL OF ETHNOBIOLOGY AND ETHNOMEDICINE, vol. 16 (ISSN 1746-4269) (Articolo su rivista)
  • PrakofyevaY.; Kalle R.; Belichenko O.; Kolosova V.; Soukand R. (2020), Re-written narrative: transformation of the image of Ivan-chaj in Eastern Europe in HELIYON, vol. 6, pp. e04632 (ISSN 2405-8440) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Pieroni A.; Soukand R.; Bussmann R.W. (2020), The Inextricable Link Between Food and Linguistic Diversity: Wild Food Plants among Diverse Minorities in Northeast Georgia, Caucasus in ECONOMIC BOTANY, vol. 74, pp. 379-397 (ISSN 0013-0001) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Soukand R.; Stryamets N.; Fontefrancesco M.F.; Pieroni A. (2020), The importance of tolerating interstices: Babushka markets in Ukraine and Eastern Europe and their role in maintaining local food knowledge and diversity in HELIYON, vol. 6, pp. e03222 (ISSN 2405-8440) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Giulia Mattalia; Renata soukand; Paolo Corvo; Andrea Pieroni (2020), Wild Food Thistle Gathering and Pastoralism: An Inextricable Link in the Biocultural Landscape of Barbagia, Central Sardinia (Italy) in SUSTAINABILITY, vol. 12 (ISSN 2071-1050) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Pieroni A.; Vandebroek I.; Prakofjewa J.; Bussmann R.W.; Paniagua-Zambrana N.Y.; Maroyi A.; Torri L.; Zocchi D.M.; Dam A.T.K.; Khan S.M.; Ahmad H.; Yesil Y.; Huish R.; Pardo-de-Santayana M.; Mocan A.; Hu X.; Boscolo O.; Soukand R. (2020), Taming the pandemic? The importance of homemade plant-based foods and beverages as community responses to COVID-19 in JOURNAL OF ETHNOBIOLOGY AND ETHNOMEDICINE, vol. 16, pp. 75 (ISSN 1746-4269) (Nota a sentenza)
  • Pieroni A.; Soukand R. (2019), Ethnic and religious affiliations affect traditional wild plant foraging in Central Azerbaijan in GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION, vol. 66, pp. 1495-1513 (ISSN 0925-9864) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Fontefrancesco M.; Barstow C.; Grazioli F.; Lyons H.; Mattalia G.; Marino M.; McKay A.E.; Soukand R.; Corvo P.; Pieroni A. (2019), Keeping or changing? Two different cultural adaptation strategies in the domestic use of home country food plant and herbal ingredients among Albanian and Moroccan migrants in Northwestern Italy in JOURNAL OF ETHNOBIOLOGY AND ETHNOMEDICINE, vol. 15, pp. 11 (ISSN 1746-4269) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Soukand R.; Pieroni A. (2019), Resilience in the mountains: biocultural refugia of wild food in the Greater Caucasus Range, Azerbaijan in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION, vol. 28, pp. 3529-3545 (ISSN 0960-3115) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Mattalia G.; Soukand R.; Corvo P.; Pieroni A. (2019), Scholarly vs. Traditional Knowledge: Effects of Sacred Natural Sites on Ethnobotanical Practices in Tuscany, Central Italy in HUMAN ECOLOGY, vol. 47, pp. 653-667 (ISSN 0300-7839) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Pieroni A.; Zahir H.; Amin H.I.M.; Soukand R. (2019), Where tulips and crocuses are popular food snacks: Kurdish traditional foraging reveals traces of mobile pastoralism in Southern Iraqi Kurdistan in JOURNAL OF ETHNOBIOLOGY AND ETHNOMEDICINE, vol. 15, pp. 1-14 (ISSN 1746-4269) (Articolo su rivista)
2021 Expert reviewer per ERC Starting Grant
2021 Expert reviewer e panel member per Latvian Council of Science
2020 Expert panel member per Archimedes Foundation Structural Funds Agency, Estonia
Comitato editoriale: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine e Journal of Ethnobiology
Dalle 2021 Editore Associato per Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine
Lavoro sul progetto ERC SG DiGe (etnobotanica transculturale e diacronica). Per il prossimo triennio gli obiettivi sono principalmente legati all'analisi dei materiali ottenuti durante DiGe e all'ulteriore sviluppo della ricerca etnobotanica e della diversità bioculturale.
Top reviewers in Pharmacology and Toxicology - September 2019 (
13 March 2019, University of Gastronomic Sciences, Pollenzo, Italy - UNISG 2019 Research Day - relazione invitata
2021: VIU co-docente del corso "Environment Humanities in Film" (6CPU)
07/2019 Commissione di valutazione del dottorato presso l'Università di Oslo, Norvegia - almeno 80 articoli revisti per 2019-2021
Collegio Dottorato