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- Arctic Anthropology
- University of Wisconsin Press
- Ivory versus Antler: A Reassessment of Binary Structuralism in the Study of Prehistoric Eskimo Cultures Volume 54, Number 1, 2017, pp. 90-109
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This issue contains 8 articles in total
- Spatial Expression of Kinship among the Dukha Reindeer Herders of Northern Mongolia
- Ivory versus Antler: A Reassessment of Binary Structuralism in the Study of Prehistoric Eskimo Cultures
- “The Russians Are Coming”: U.S.–Soviet Collaboration in the Study of the Prehistory of Beringia during the Cold War—Joint Excavations in the Aleutian Islands, 1974
- Aleut Ethnography in Transition: In Memory of Dorothy Jones
- And People Asked: “We Want to Have Lakes to Fish!” and Lakes Were Given. Skolt Sámi Relocation after WWII in Finland
- Leaving Novaȋa Zemlȋa: Narrative Strategies of the Resettlement of the Nenets
- Collective and Individual Memories: Narrations about the Transformations in the Nenets Society
- Yesterday’s Memories, Today’s Discourses: The Struggle of the Russian Sámi to Construct a Meaningful Past
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