Ca. 7,000 year old caribou mandible from the Tingmiukpuk archaeological site in Gates of the Arctic National Park. NPS photo by Jeff Rasic


Volume 07 (2) 2009

Date Posted: January 20, 2015       Categories:




Introduction To The North By Northwest Special Volume
Matthew W. Betts, Katherine Reedy-Maschner, And Owen K. Mason

Chronicling Siglit Identities: Economy, Practice, And Ethnicity In The Western Canadian Arctic
Matthew W. Betts

Documenting Mackenzie Inuit Architecture Using 3d Laser Scanning
Peter C. Dawson, Richard M. Levy, Gerald Oetelaar, Charles Arnold, Dominic Lacroix, And Glen Mackay

Event Or Conjuncture? Searching For The Material Record Of Inuvialuit-Euro-American Whaler Interaction On Herschel Island, Northern Yukon
T. Max Friesen

Inuvialuit Rising: The Evolution Of Inuvialuit Identity In The Modern Era
Natasha Lyons

The Ethnobiology Of The Central Yup’ik Eskimo, Southwestern Alaska
Dennis Griffin

Lost In The Collection: Reconsidering The Meat Cache 35 Assemblage and The Question Of A Thule Occupation At Kukulik
Chris Houlette

A Note On Labret Use Around The Bering And Chukchi Seas
Don E. Dumond

Entangled Livelihoods: Economic Integration and Diversity In The Western Arctic
Katherine Reedy-Maschner