Archaeologist screening sediments at the Tuluaq Hill site in Noatak National Preserve. NPS photo.

Volume 16, Number 2 (2018)

Articles

Four Short Translations Related to the Eskimo Region
Translated by Richard Bland
Introduction by Alexander I. Lebedintsev

One Word, Many Worlds” The Multivocality of “Subsistence”
Susanna Gartler

Constructing Rock Carins: Modifying and Signifying the Alpine Landscape of Southeast Alaska
Ralph J. Hartley, Amanda Renner, and William J. Hunt, Jr.

Memoir of the Japanese Sea Otter
Yoko Kugo

Contextual Background on the Oral History Accounts of Uicimaalleq (Walter Kelly)
Kenneth L. Pratt

Two Oral History Narratives by Uicimaalleq (Walter Kelly): Pilot Station, Alaska
Translated by Monica Shelden
Edited and Annotated by Kenneth L. Pratt

Research Notes
Edited by Anne M. Jensen

Book Reviews

Stories Find You, Places Know: Yup’ik Narratives of a Sentient World
Reviewed by Ellen Carrlee

Qanemcit Amllertut/Many Stories to Tell: Tales of Humans and Animals in Southwest Alaska
Reviewed by Wanni W. Anderson

The Last House at Bridge River: The Archaeology of an Aboriginal Household in British Columbia During the Fur Trade Period
Reviewed by T. Max Friesen

Naut’staarpet/Our Planet: A kodiak Alutiiq Plantlore
Reviewed by Kevin Jernigan

Menadelook: An Inupiat Teacher’s Photographs of Alaska Village Life, 1907-1932
Reviewed by Richard Stern