Volume 08 (2) 2010

Date Posted: January 20, 2015       Categories:



Introduction to Displaced Peoples of Alaska and Russian Far East
Rachel Mason and Becky Saleeby

Section I: Historic Displacements In Alaska

Rachel Mason

Alaska Peninsula Communities Displaced by Volcanism in 1912
Don Dumond

You Can’t Go Home Again: Processes of Displacement and Emplacement in the “Lost Villages” of the Aleutians
Rachel Mason

Section II: Moved By the State: Perspectives on Relocation and Resettlement in the Circumpolar North

Peter Schweitzer

Three Times and Counting: Remembering Past Relocations and Discussing the Future in Kaktovik, Alaska
Elizabeth Mikow

Living in Two Places:  Permanent Transiency in the Magadan Region
Elena Khlinovskaya Rockhill

Section III: Contemporary Displacement in Alaska’s Villages and Urban Areas

Becky Saleeby

Emplacement and “Cosmobility”: Rural-Urban Migration and Indigenous Futures in Alaska
Hannah Voorhees

Contemporary Rural-Urban Migration in Alaska
Marie Lowe

Anchorage, Alaska: City of Hope for International Refugees
Becky Saleeby

Refugees and Healthcare Providers in Anchorage, Alaska: Understanding Cross-Cultural Medical Encounters
Cornelia Jessen

Section IV: Epilogue

The Many Faces of Displacement
Herbert Anungazuk

Essay –The Method of Ethnographic Reconstruction
Ernest S. Burch, Jr., with introduction by Kenneth L. Pratt

Research Notes
Anne M. Jensen, editor


Living Our Cultures, Sharing Our Heritage: The First Peoples of Alaska
Reviewed by Amy Steffian

Before the Storm: A Year in the Pribilof Islands, 1941-1942
Reviewed by Douglas W. Veltre

Chasing the Dark: Perspectives on Place, History, and Alaska Native Land Claims
Reviewed by Noel D. Broadbent