5 edition of Ethnohistory in the Arctic found in the catalog.
Ethnohistory in the Arctic
Dorothy Jean Ray
|Statement||by Dorothy Jean Ray ; edited by R.A. Pierce.|
|Series||Alaska history ;, no. 23|
|Contributions||Pierce, Richard A. 1918-|
|LC Classifications||E99.E7 R32 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 274 p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||84126416|
My current book project chronicles the environmental, political, economic and cultural revolutions that came in their wake. These revolutions map onto the distribution of energy in arctic space. Europeans began by harvesting whales, moved to hunting walrus on coasts, attempted to farm reindeer on land, sought gold underground, and finally Ethnohistory has expanded in scope in the last two decades. It includes an array of topics beyond the traditional ones of culture history and culture process (Nassaney and Johnson, ; Wood, ). The expanded scope includes ethnogenesis, cognitive/perceptual analyses, and other topics. Ethnohistory is guided by scientific and historical ://
“Authoritative and entertaining, White Fox and Icy Seas in the Western Arctic highlights John Bockstoce’s unique talent for uncovering obscure but crucial archival sources to produce a lively account that integrates three different historical threads – the Native northeast Asian-Alaskan trade, the Western Arctic Alaskan trade, and the Canadian Hudson Bay trade – and stories of the day Arctic Justice is also a social history of North Baffin Island in the twentieth century with vivid portraits of Janes, Captain J.E. Bernier of the CGS Arctic, investigating RCMP officer A. H. Joy, and the remarkable Nuqallaq, his wife Ataguttiaq, and the Inuit of North Baffin
Sergei Kan, ed. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Article Clan Mothers and Godmothers: Tlingit Women and Russian Orthodox Christianity, Native American Women's Responses to Christianity. Special Issue of Ethnohistory, vol. North America - North America - The people: In global terms, North America long remained a relatively empty and economically undeveloped land until about ce. After that the continent began to receive great numbers of people from the Old World—primarily Europe and Africa—and it underwent a profound transformation. The discussion that follows primarily covers the nonindigenous peoples
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The journal of the American Society for Ethnohistory. Ethnohistory reflects the wide range of current scholarship inspired by anthropological and historical approaches to the human condition around the world, but with a particular emphasis on the Americas.
Of particular interest are those analyses and interpretations that seek to make evident the experiences, organizations, and identities of Get this from a library. Ethnohistory in the Arctic: the Bering Strait Eskimo.
[Dorothy Jean Ray; Richard A Pierce] -- Collection of articles, some of which have been previously published, on the history and culture of Inuit in the Bering Strait area of Alaska. Includes account of the Vasil'ev-Shishmareii expedition Ethnohistory in the Arctic: The Bering Strait Eskimo (Alaska History) [Dorothy Jean Ray] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying :// Book Review: Brian Castner retraces the journey of fur trader Alexander Mackenzie to the Arctic coast.
Marie–Anne Book Review: Siggins’ newest book is far from just a sober account of a pioneer life — it bursts with memorable, sometimes humorous, :// Ethnohistory emphasizes the joint use of documentary materials and ethnographic or archaeological data, as well as the combination of historical and anthropological approaches, in the study of social and cultural processes and history.
The journal has established a strong reputation for its studies of the history of native peoples in the Americas and in recent years has expanded its focus to ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxxi, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Foreword / by William W. Fitzhugh --Introduction / by Erica Hill --From skeptic to believer: the making of an oral historian, --Eskimo worldview, --The nonempirical environment of the Arctic Alaskan Eskimos, --The Iñupiat and the Christianization of Arctic Arctic Institute of North America University of Calgary University Drive NW, ES Calgary, AB T2N 1N4 Phone: FAX: Book Review: Brian Castner retraces the journey of fur trader Alexander Mackenzie to the Arctic coast.
White Fox and Icy Seas in the Western Arctic John Bockstoce’s White Fox and Icy Seas in the Western Arctic explores a period from the turn of the last century to the early s, during which a flourishing trade in white fox furs led to In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries most explorers, whalers, and ethnographers perceived Inuit traditions, especially shamanism, to be in a state of :// For information on how to submit an article, visit submission guidelines.
Journal Current volume: 67 Frequency: Quarterly. Academic Editor(s): Robbie Ethridge, Robert C. Schwaller?viewby=journal&sort. Early records of Western encounters with Native peoples have fixed history within the conventional views of their time.
This article examines such a perspective inscribed in a journal written by a British naval commander during an Arctic assignment in the mid-nineteenth :// 晟斯医学整理了ETHNOHISTORY期刊影响因子数据，中科院JCR分区与学科排名数据，CiteScore学科排名数据，期刊的基础信息参数与简介，通过页面下方的投稿经验可以了解到偏重的研究方向、审稿周期等相关信息，以综合的数据为投稿者提供参考。 HISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY AT HEALY LAKE, ALASKA [Cook, John P] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
HISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY AT HEALY LAKE, › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Archaeology. This volume represents a compendium of favored works selected by Ernest S.
(Tiger) Burch prior to his death in The nine papers in the volume are presented in an order selected by Burch that tracks his thinking (and rethinking) on the concept, meaning, and implications of Iñupiaq :// It took more than a century for colonialism to reach Alaska after the first Europeans set foot in what would become the continental United States.
The complex society of the Iñupiaq, settled at the very top of the world, remained unknown and undisturbed longer than many other Native tribes in America.
Ernest S. Burch Jr. dedicated most of his life and career to understanding this precolonial ARCHAEOLOGY, ETHNOHISTORY, AND ETHNOLOGY: INTERPRETIVE INTERFACES In Mesoamerica a study proposing to integrate data from archaeology, ethnohistory, and ethnology had been carried out in Mexico under the direction of Gamio () in the Teotihuacan Valley.
This study established the essential characteristics of later attempts in Latin :// New Debates and New Orientations in Inuit Ethnohistory. Everywhere in the Arctic, the tension between Western scholarly ways of presenting history, and what their Inuit counterparts, remains Introduction.
This is a paper about the material culture of survey science: a culture which, in the early decades of the nineteenth century, was significantly forged from whaling law and iron, and the materials that bind them: wrappings of parchment, hemp, ink and skin that defined social and material spaces, labour relations and :// Description.
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“Arctic” In $ CAD SKU: Add to basket; Inuit Youth: Growth and Change in the Canadian Arctic (Adolescents in a Changing World) $ CAD SKU: Add to basket. This chapter covers the contact and postcontact period of Iñupiat history in northern and northwestern Alaska, drawing on archaeological and ethnohistorical records.
The period of interest saw gradually increasing interaction with Europeans—initially Russian, and eventually British and American. In terms of archaeology, though, the contact period, and in particular the nineteenth century Book Reviews The threat to change thousands of northern place names is disturbing I am dismayed at the sanctioning of this assault on the history of the Arctic, our collective Northern Heritage (p).
Names in Inuit culture are much more than lifeless identifiers. They are a means of reincarnating the dead.
Their role, some commentators The People of Denedeh: Ethnohistory of the Indians of Canada's Northwest Territories, by June Helm Article in Arctic 55(2) January with 31 Reads How we measure 'reads'