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Arctic Visions Series


This series includes a collection of thoughtful essays arguing for the Arctic as a region of international importance, politically and environmentally. Other books include an even-handed study addressing lingering questions about government resettlement of Native Canadians and its impact on their lives, and an exploration of the modern-day problem of Greenland’s ancient practice of whaling.

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Arctic Adaptations
Native Whalers and Reindeer Herders of Northern Eurasia
The evolving culture of indigenous communities in Siberia
Krupnik, Igor., Marcia Levenson, trans. and ed.

Arctic Politics
Conflict and Cooperation in the Circumpolar North
Thoughtful essays establishing the Arctic as a distinctive region of international political, socioeconomic, and environmental importance.
Young, Oran R.

Arctic Wars, Animal Rights, Endangered Peoples

Lynge, Finn., Marianne Stenbaek, trans.

Greenlanders, Whales, and Whaling
Sustainability and Self-Determination in the Arctic
Portrays the profound impact of world systems on contemporary Greenlandic life, especially whaling.
Caulfield, Richard A.

Relocating Eden
The Image and Politics of Inuit Exile in the Canadian Arctic
Addresses lingering questions about government resettlement of Native Canadians and its impact on their lives.
Marcus, Alan Rudolph.

Sold American
The Story of Alaska Natives and Their Land, 1867–1959: The Army to Statehood
A history of the impact of external forces on the lives and lands of Alaska's Native peoples.
Mitchell, Donald Craig