Dave Reedy

Doctoral Student
University of Hawai`i at Mānoa, Department of Botany

BA, Ethnobotany
BA, Asian Studies
Minor, Tahitian
MS, Ethnobotany
PhD Student, Botany
University of Hawai`i at Mānoa

Contact Information
Email: reedy (at) hawaii.edu

Curriculum Vitae



Affiliations
Botany, Ethnobotany Track
Ethnobotany of Cider Research Center
Society for Economic Botany
Southern Foodways Alliance
International Society of Ethnobiology
International Society of Ethnpharmacology
Botanical Research Institute of Texas




Research Interests

  • Sensory Ecology

  • Taste-Based Conservation

  • Traditional Climatic Knowledge

  • Human Adaptations to Climate Change via Plant Uses

  • Roles Plants Play in Defining Subcultures

  • Ways Traditional Practices Survive in the Modern World

  • Cultural Adaptations to Introduced Plants

  • Resource Management Practices of North American Cultures

  • Ethnobotanical Knowledge in Cultural Diaspora


Awards

  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

  • Beatrice Krauss Fellowship Award

 

Presentations


2013

  • Reedy, D. & W. McClatchey. 2013. Orchardists’ Perceptions of Climatic Changes, Effects on Orchards, and Their Strategies to Cope with Change and Adapt to Future Climates. Contributed poster 54th Annual Meeting of the Society for Economic Botany, Plymouth, United Kingdom (June 30th).

  • McClatchey, W. & D. Reedy. 2013. The Long-term Investment Strategy: Orchard Managers Observing and Reacting to Change. Contributed paper 36th Annual Meeting of the Society of Ethnobiology, Denton, Texas (May).

  • Reedy, D., W. McClatchey, K. Barfield, & R. Swadek. 2013. The World’s Largest Cider Tastings and Their Potential Impact on Future Orchard Diversity. Contributed poster 2nd Research Symposium of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Fort Worth, Texas (February 2nd).

  • Reedy, D. 2013. Sample Acquisition of 1000 Ciders from Six Continents, Representing Global Cider Orchard Diversity. Invited Presentation, Department of Chemistry, University of British Columbia Okanagan, Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada. (January 29th).


2012

  • Reedy, D., W. McClatchey, K. McNew, K.W. Bridges, & M. Huddleston. 2012. Conservation Ethnobiology Field School; A transportable campus approach to Problem-Based Learning. Contributed paper 1st Research Symposium of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Fort Worth, Texas (July 16th).

  • McClatchey, W., K.W. Bridges, B. Yamamoto, D. Reedy, & M. Huddleston. 2012. Implementation of Vision and Change Ethnobiology 1.0 Recommendations in a Field School Setting. Contributed paper for Symposium: The Future of Ethnobiology Education at 53rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Economic Botany, Frostburg, Maryland (June 5th).

  • Reedy, D. & W. McClatchey. 2012. An Evening with Cider; An interactive research event. Research event for top-level donors of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Fort Worth, Texas (January 26th).

  • Reedy, D. & W. McClatchey. 2012. An Evening with Cider; An interactive research event. Research event for educators, at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Fort Worth, Texas (April 17th).

  • Reedy, D., W. McClatchey, K. McNew, K.W. Bridges. Conservation Ethnobiology Field School; A transportable campus approach to Problem Based Learning. Invited presentation at the Summer Research Symposium at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Fort Worth, Texas. (July 12th).

 

2011

  • Reedy, D. & W. McClatchey. 2011. Identification of a fiber of Typha domingensis Pers. from the Joseph Banks collection and its resulting impact on culture and artifact identification. Invited presentation, University of Oxford, Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, England (October 7th).

  • Reedy, D. & W. McClatchey. 2011. Adopted by Invasives; The Children of Opaero (Typha domingensis Pers.) from Temae, Moorea. Contributed paper 52nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Economic Botany, St. Louis, Missouri (July 11th).

  • Reedy, D. & W. McClatchey. 2011. Identification of a Mat Fiber from Captain Cook’s 1st Voyage and Its Modern Cultural Impact. Invited presentation, University of the Philippines Diliman, Manilla, Philippines. (June 22nd).

  • Reedy, D. & W. McClatchey. 2011. Adopting Invasives; Lessons from a Moorean Mat Fiber. Contributed paper, 21st Pacific Science Congress, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (June 14th).

  • McClatchey, W., D. Reedy & P. Lincoln. 2011. Preliminary Relationships between Plant and Language Diversity in Solomon Islands. Contributed paper, 21st Pacific Science Congress, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (June 14th).

  • Reedy, D. 2011. Cider; From Necessity, to Novelty, to Renaissance. Invited presentation to the Botanical Research Institution of Texas’s 4:30 Forum lecture series, Fort Worth, Texas. (June 8th).

  • Reedy, D. & W. McClatchey. 2011. Cider Knowledge, Orchard Conservation, and Adaptations to a Changing Climate. Invited presentation at the University of North Texas, Denton, Texas. (February 8th).

  • Reedy, D. 2011. Field Research Methods in Ethnobotany. Invited lecture at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Fort Worth, Texas. (September 27th).

  • McClatchey, W. & D. Reedy. 2011. A Mouthful of Water; Do cider producers recognize the ancient clean water potential of their products? Invited presentation, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas. (April 7th).


2010

  • Reedy, D. 2010. Ethnobotany and History of 'awa (Kava, Piper methysticum) in Oceania. Invited lecture at the University of Roma, Tre, Rome, Italy. (November 18th).

  • McClatchey, W., & D. Reedy. 2010. The Tree of Life: An ecological continuum of food, medicine, and poison. Plenary lecture, 11th congress of the International Society of Ethnopharmacology, Albacete, Spain (September 23rd).

  • McClatchey, W., D. Reedy, A. Chock, & T. Ticktin. 2010. Enhancing STEM education through redesign of an entire degree curriculum: Ethnobiology. Contributed poster, Society for Economic Botany annual meeting, Xalapa, Mexico (June 7th).

  • McClatchey, W., & D. Reedy. A Mouthful of Diversity: Cider Production Around the World and Conservation of Traditional Apple Cultivar Diversity. Contributed paper, Invited Spring Colloquium, East West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii. (March 3rd).


2009

  • McClatchey, W., & D. Reedy. 2009. A Mouthful of Diversity: Cider Production Around the World and Conservation of Traditional Apple Cultivar Diversity. Contributed paper, International Congress of Ethnobiology, Bariloche, Argentina. (September 22nd)

  • Reedy, D. 2009. Efficacy of Mass Media in Teaching Plant Identification: 20 Years of Hitachi's Monkeypod Tree. Contributed paper, Society for Economic Botany annual meeting, College of Charleston (June 2nd).

  • Reedy, D. 2009. Cider and Traditional Agriculture in Britain. Invited lecture, Ethnobotany Track, University of Hawaii at Manoa. (January 29th).


2008

  • Reedy, D., W. McClatchey, K.W. Bridges, & C. Smith. 2008. A Mouthful of Diversity: Knowledge of Cider Apple Cultivars. Contributed paper, Society for Economic Botany annual meeting, Duke University. (June 4th).

  • Reedy, D. 2008. Halloween; An ethnobotanical perspective. Invited lecture to the Ethnobotany Track, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii. (October 31st).


2007

  • Reedy, D., M.L. Nguyen, K.W. Bridges, & W. McClatchey. 2007. Ethnobotany: Segues to Science. Workshop, Society for Economic Botany Annual Meeting, Chicago. (June 7th).

  • Reedy, D. 2007. Christmas and Ethnobotany; A historical perspective. Invited Lecture to the Ethnobotany Track, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii. (December 10th).

 

Publications



In Preparation



2015

  • Reedy, D., and J. Teiser. 2015. Cidermaking in the Welsh Marches. In Preparation.

  • Reedy, D., W. McClatchey, V. Savo, J.A. Fajardo. 2015. Resilience of European Orchard Systems to Climate Change; Traditional observations of managed ecosystem dynamics. In Preparation.

  • Reedy, D. 2015. Cider; from necessity, to novelty, to renaissance. In Preparation.

  • Reedy, D. 2015. Efficacy of Mass Media in Teaching Plant Identification; 26 years of Hitachi’s Monkeypod Tree. In Preparation.

  • Fajardo, J. A. Verde, D. Reedy, & W. McClatchey. 2015. Climate change observations by elderly farmers growing apple trees in Cuenca and La Mancha, Spain. In Preparation.



In Review


2015

  • Vougioukalou, S.A., D. Reedy, & W. McClatchey. 2015. ‘Thinking with apples’: using local cultural keystone species, online tools and community engagement in ethnobiological education in Hawai`i and Kent. Submitted chapter to Teaching in Botany. Edited by V. Savo.



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2007

  • Prance, G.T., K. Aiona, M.J. Balick, B.C. Bennett, K. Bridges, D.A. Burney, L. Pigott Burney, R.A. Bye, L. Dunn, E. Emshwiller, M. Eubanks, T. Flaster, S. Kauka, D.L. Lentz, E. Linares, D.H. Lorence, W. McClatchey, H. McMillen, M. Merlin, J.S. Miller, D.E. Moerman, A.E. Prance, D. Ragone, J.H. Rashford, P. Raven, P.H. Raven, D. Reedy, J.R. Stepp, N.G. Tavana, R. Thaman, M.B. Thomas, T. Ticktin, T. Urban, P. Van Dyke, W. Wagner, W.A. Whistler, C.R. Wichman Jr., H. Wichman, K. Winter, J. Wiseman, M. Wysong & B. Yamamoto. 2007. Ethnobotany, the Science of survival: A declaration from Kaua’i. Economic Botany 61:1-2.








 

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