In this Issue
Arctic Anthropology, founded in 1962 by Chester S. Chard, is an international journal devoted to the study of Old and New World northern cultures and peoples. Archaeology, ethnology, physical anthropology, and related disciplines are represented, with emphasis on studies of specific cultures of the arctic, subarctic, and contiguous regions of the world; the peopling of the New World and relationships between New World and Eurasian cultures of the circumpolar zone; contemporary problems and culture change among northern peoples; and new directions in interdisciplinary northern research.
published byUniversity of Wisconsin Press
viewing issueVolume 48, Number 2, 2011
Susan A. Kaplan, Bowdoin College
Jens Dahl, International Working Group for Indigenous Affairs
Lawrence D. Kaplan, University of Alaska-Fairbanks
Igor I. Krupnik, Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution
Genevieve M. LeMoine, Bowdoin College
Phyllis Morrow, University of Alaska-Fairbanks
Madonna L. Moss, University of Oregon
George W. Wenzel, McGill University
William B. Workman, University of Alaska-Anchorage
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