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Igor Krupnik

 

Krupnik, Igor 1994. Chuvans. In: Friedrich, P. and Diamond, N., Encyclopedia of World Cultures. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co, pp.79-83.

Krupnik, Igor 1994. The Jewish Holdings in the Leningrad Ethnographic Museum. In: Tracing An-Sky. Jewish Collections from the State Ethnographic Museum in St. Petersburg. Amsterdam: Joods Historisch Museum, pp.16-23.

Krupnik, Igor and Fitzhugh, William W. 1995. In memoriam Richard Guy Condon. Études/inuit/studies, 19(2): 101-104.

Krupnik, Igor and Fitzhugh, William W. 1995. In memoriam: Richard Guy Condon. Études Inuit Studies, 19(2): 101-104.

Krupnik, Igor 1996. The Bogoras Enigma: Bounds of Culture and Formats of Anthropologists. Grasping the Changing World : Anthropological Concepts in the Postmodern Era / Václav Hubinger, : 35-52.

Krupnik, Igor 1996. Aleksandr I. Pika. Arctic Anthropology, 33(1): 155-156.

Krupnik, Igor 1996. Northern People, Southern Records: the Yamal Nenets in Russian Population Counts, 1695–1989. In: Northern peoples - southern states: maintaining ethnicities in the circumpolar world. Umeå: Centre for Regional Science Centrum för regionalvetenskaplig forskning], Univ. (CERUM), Umu tr.), pp.67-92.

Krupnik, Igor and Vakhtin, Nikolay 1997. Indigenous Knowledge in Modern Culture: Siberian Yupik Ecological Legacy in Transition. Arctic Anthropology, 34(1): 236-252.

Krupnik, Igor I. 1998. Understanding Reindeer Pastoralism in Modern Siberia: Ecological Continuity versus State Engineering. In: Changing nomads in a changing world., pp.223-242.

Krupnik, Igor I. 1998. Understanding Reindeer Pastoralism in Modern Siberia: Ecological Continuity versus State Engineering. In: Changing nomads in a changing world., pp.223-242.

Krupnik, Igor and Vakhtin, N. 1999. Power, Politics, and Heritage: Undercurrent Transformations in the Post-Soviet Arctic B The Case of Chukotka. In: Sejersen, Frank, Changes in the Circumpolar North. Culture, Ethics, and Self-Determination. Copenhagen: IASSA, pp.27-42.

Krupnik, Igor I. 2000. Humans in the Bering Strait region: responses to environmental change and implications for the future. In: Impacts of changes in sea ice and other environmental parameters in the Arctic final report of the Marine Mammal Commission Workshop, Girdwood, Alaska, 15-17 February 2000., pp.65-80.

Krupnik, Igor I. 2000. Humans in the Bering Strait region: responses to environmental change and implications for the future. In: Impacts of changes in sea ice and other environmental parameters in the Arctic: Final report of the Marine Mammal Commission Workshop, Girdwood, Alaska, 15-17 February 2000. Girdwood, Alaska: Marine Mammal Commission Workshop, pp.65-80.

Krupnik, Igor 2000. Reindeer pastoralism in modern Siberia: research and survival during the time of crash. Polar Research, 19(1): 49-56.

Krupnik, Igor 2000. Review: Franz Boas among the Inuit of Baffin Island, 1883–1884 (Ludger Muller- Wille, ed.). Polar Record, 36(196): 57-58.

Krupnik, Igor 2000. Native Perspectives on Climate and Sea-Ice Changes. In: Huntington, H., Impacts of Changes in Sea Ice and Other Environmental Parameters in the Arctic. Bethesda, MD: Marine Mammal Commission, pp.34-51.

Krupnik, Igor 2000. People on the Land, Numbers in the Records. The Yamal Nenets Population Change, A.D. 1695 to 1992 [Lyudi v chumakh, tsifry na bumage. Russkie istichniki k demograficheskoi istorii Yamala, 1695–1992 gg.]. In: Golovenev, Andrey, Drevnosti Yamala. Ekaterinburg and Salekhard, pp.122-151.

Krupnik, Igor 2002. The Surveyor of the Bridge: Interview with William S. Laughlin. In: Frohlich, Bruno, Harper, A. and Gilberg, R., To the Aleutians and Beyound. The Anthropology of William S. Laughlin. Publications of the National Museum. Ethnographical Series, 20. The National Museum of Denmark, pp.207-226.

Krupnik, Igor 2002. Shifting Patterns, Lasting Partnerships. Inuit Knowledge and Academic Science in Arctic Cultural Research. Inussuk, Arctic Research Journal, 2: 55-74.

Krupnik, Igor 2003. (1) The Subsistence Era: Early Prehistory to Euro-American Contacts (2)The Walrus in Native Marine Economies. In: Ray, G. C. and Jerry, McCormick, Coastal-Marine Conservation: Science and Policy. Blackwell Publishing, pp.181-182, 196.

Kendall, Laurel and Krupnik, Igor. 2003. Constructing Cultures Then and Now: Celebrating Franz Boas and the Jesup North Pacific Expedition. Contributions to Circumpolar Anthropology, 4. Arctic Studies Center.

Kendall, Laurel and Krupnik, Igor 2003. Introduction. In: Kendall, Laurel and Krupnik, Igor, Constructing Cultures Then and Now. Celebrating Franz Boas and the Jesup North Pacific Expedition. Contributions to Circumpolar Anthropology, 4. Arctic Studies Center, pp.1-11.

Krupnik, Igor 2003. Fourth International Polar Year. Northern Notes (Newsletter of the International Arctic Social Sciences Association, IASSA), Fall: 6-7.

Krupnik, Igor and Nikolai, Vakhtin 2003. The Aim of the Expedition &Has in the Main Been Accomplished: Words, Deeds, and Legacies of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition. In: Kendall, L. and Krupnik, Igor, Constructing Cultures Then and Now. Celebrating Franz Boas and the Jesup North Pacific Expedition. Contributions to Circumpolar Anthropology, 4, Arctic Studies Center, pp.15-31.

Krupnik, Igor 2004. The Whole Story of Our Land. Ethnographic Landscape in Gambell, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska ar Anthropology 6. 2004. Washington, DC: Arctic Studies Center. In: Krupnik, Igor, Mason, R. and Horton, T. W., Northern Ethnographic Landscapes: Perspectives from Circumpolar Nations. Contributions to Circumpolar Anthropology, vol.6, Arctic Studies Center, pp.203-227.

Huntington, H., Callaghan, T., Fox, S. and Krupnik, Igor 2004. Matching Traditional and Scientific Observations to Detect Environmental Change: A Discussion on Arctic Terrestrial Ecosystems. Ambio, 13: 18-23.

Krupnik, Igor 2004. Knowledge Repatriation: Anthropologists Share Cultural Resources with Beringia Native Communities. In: Beringia. Northern Expanses/Severnye Prostory. 2004, no.1-2, pp.66-68. "Beringia" - special issue of "Severnye Prostory/Northern Expanses" - bilingual publicatio, 1-2: 66-68.

Krupnik, Igor and Fitzhugh, William W. 2005. Foreword. In: Leonid, P. K., Taymyr: The Archaeology of Northernmost Eurasia. Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution, Contributions to Circumpolar Anthropology, 5, pp.xiii-xixv.

Krupnik, Igor 2005. Veränderte Voraussetzungen, bleibende Parterschaften. Akademische Forschung und indgenes Wissen in der arktischen Kulturwissenschaftrger. In: Bauer, S., Ehrenfried, A. and Hirnsperger, M., Bruchlinien im Eis. Ethnologie des zirkumpolaren Nordens. Lit Verlag, pp.221-244.

Goddard, Ives and Krupnik, Igor 2005. Indigenous Peoples of the North Pacific, c. 1880. Text and map. In: Xanthippe, Augerot and Dana, Foley, Atlas of Pacific Salmon. The First Map-Based Status Assessment of Salmon in the North Pacific. University of California Press, pp.18-19.

Krupnik, Igor, Bravo, M., Csonka, Y., Hovelsrud-Broda, G., Muller-Wille, L., Poppel, B., Schweitzer, P. and Sorlin, S. 2005. Social Sciences and Humanities in the International Polar year 2007-2008: An Integrating Mission. Arctic, 58(1): 91-97.

Dorais, J. and Krupnik, Igor 2005. Introduction: Preserving languages and knowledge of the North. Etudes/Inuit/Studies, 29(1-2): 17-30.

Krupnik, Igor 2005. "When our words are put to paper." Heritage documentation and reversing knowledge shift in the Bering Strait region. Etudes/Inuit/Studies, 29(1-2): 67-90.

Krupnik, Igor 2006. Classification of Siberian Nomadism: Traditional Patterns and Modern Transformation (in Japanese). In: Okada, J., Kanhoku taiheyo no kankyo to bunka (Peoples and Cultures of the North Pacific Rim). Hokkaido Museum of Northern Peoples, pp.88-104.

Vukvukai, N., Itevtegina, V., Krupnik, Igor and Mathé, B. 2006. Faces of Chukotka: Waldemar Bogoras Historical Photographs, 1900-1901, as Beringia Heritage Resource. In: Nikolaev, L. A., Beringiia Most druzhby/ Beringia Bridge of Friendship. Office of Culture, Administration of the Chukchi Region, pp.250-267.

Krupnik, Igor 2006. We have seen these warm weathers before. Indigenous observations, archaeology, and the modelling of Arctic climate change. PNM, Publications from the National Museum, Studies in Archaeology and History, 10: 11-21.

Krupnik, Igor 2006. Review of:Alliance and Conflict: The World System of the Inupiaq Eskimos. Journal of Anthropological Research, 62(4): 407-409.

Krupnik, Igor and Mikhailova, E. 2006. Landscapes, faces, and Memories: Eskimo Photography of Aleksandr Forshtein, 1927-1929. Alaska Journal of Anthropology, 4(1-2): 92-113.

Mason, O. K., Krupnik, Igor and Csonka, Y. 2006. Introduction: Scholarship and Legacy of the "Bering Strait Universe". Alaska Journal of Anthropology, 4(1-2): 6-17.

Krupnik, Igor and Mikhailova, E. 2006. Landscapes, Faces, and Stories: Aleksandr Forshtein's Eskimo Photographs, 1927-1929 (in Russian). Antropologicheskii Forum, 5(4): 188-219.

Hovelsrud, G. K. and Krupnik, Igor 2006. IPY 2007-08 and Social/Human Sciences: An Update. Arctic, 59(3): 241-248.

Krupnik, Igor and Bogoslovskaya, L. S. 2007. Arctic people and climate change: SIKU project in Beringia (in Russian). Ecological Planning and Management, 4(5): 77-84.

Bogoslovskaya, L. S., Slugin, I., Zagrebin, I. and Krupnik, Igor. 2007. Osnovy morskogo zveroboinogo promysla [Marine Mammal Hunting: Scientific and Practical Handbook]. Moscow: Russian Institute of Cultural Heritage.

Virginia, R. A., Yalowitz, K. S. and Krupnik, Igor 2007. Introduction: Perceptions of Arctic Climate Change. In: Stuckenberger, N., Thin Ice: Inuit Traditions within a Changing Environment. Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, pp.12-15.

Krupnik, Igor and Ray, G. Carleton 2007. Pacific walruses, indigenous hunters, and climate change: Bridging scientific and indigenous knowledge. Deep-Sea Research. Part II, Topical Studies in Oceanography, 54(23-26): 2946-2957.

Krupnik, Igor 2007. Progress Report on International Polar Year 2007–2008: How Are We Doing?. Northern Notes (Newsletter of the International Arctic Social Sciences Association), : 4–9

Allison, Ian, Beland, Michel, Alverson, Keith, Bell, Robin, Carlson, David, Danell, Kjell, Ellis-Evans, Cynan, Fahrbach, Eberhard, Fanta, Edith, Fujii, Yoshiyuki, Glaser, Gisbert, Goldfarb, Leah, Hovelsrud, Grete, Huber, Johannes, Kotlyakov, Vladimir, Krupnik, Igor, Lopez-Martinez, Jeronimo, Mohr, Tillmann, Qin, Dahe, Rachold, Volker, Rapley, Chris, Rogne, Odd, Sarukhanian, Eduard, Summerhayes, Colin and Xiao, Cunde. 2007. The Scope of Science for the International Polar Year 2007–2008. WMO/TD 1364. Geneva: World Meteorological Organization. 79 pages.

Ray, G. C., Hufford, Gary L., Krupnik, Igor and Overland, James E. 2008. Diminishing sea ice. Science, 321(5895): 1443-1444.

Krupnik, Igor I. and Bogoslovskaya, Lyudmila S. 2008. International Polar Year 2007-2008: The SIKU Project in Alaska and Chukotka. In: Beringia - A Bridge of Friendship. Tomsk: Tomsk University Press, pp.196-2004.

Bogoslovskaya, Lyudmila S. and Krupnik, Igor I. 2008. Traditional Sea Mammal Hunting in Chukotka: Generational Replacement at the Turn of the Century. In: Bogoslovskaya, L. S., Krivoshchekov, V. and and Krupnik, Igor I., Tropoyu Bogoraza/Along the Path of Bogoras (in Russian). Moscow: Russian Institute of Cultural and Natural Heritage, pp.166-174.

Krupnik, Igor I. 2008. Waldemar Bogoras, His Time and His Disciples. In: Bogoslovskaya, Ludmila S., Krivoshchekov, V. and Krupnik, Igor I., Tropoyu Bogoraza/ Along the Path of Bogoras (in Russian). Moscow: Russian Institute of Cultural and Natural Heritage, pp.17-22.

Krupnik, Igor I. and Chlenov, Mikhail 2008. The end of "Eskimo Land": Yupik relocations in Chukotka, 1958-1959. Etudes/Inuit/Studies, 31(1-2): 59-81.

Krupnik, Igor I. 2008. Socio-Cultural field in IPY 2007-2008: History, Structure, Major Topics (in Russian). Ekologicheskoe planirovanie i upravlenie (Ecological Planning and Management), 3-4(8-9): 6-22.

Krupnik, Igor, Lang, Michael A. and Miller, Scott E. (eds.). 2009. Smithsonian at the poles: contributions to International Polar Year science. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution. 403 pages.

Krupnik, Igor I. 2009. From Jesup-1 to Jesup-2: The Centennial Decade (1902-2002) Revisited. In: Tanimoto, Kazounobu and Inoue, Koichi, "The Raven Arch" (1903-2002). The Jesup North Pacific Expedition Revisited. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology, pp.1-28.

Krupnik, Igor I. and Chlenov, Mikhail 2009. Distant Lands and Brave Pioneers: Original Thule Migration Revisited. In: Gronnow, Bjarne, On the Track of the Thule Culture from Bering Strait to East Greenland. Copenhagen: Danish National Museum, pp.13-24.

Krupnik, Igor I. 2009. "The Ice We Want Our Children to Know": SIKU Project in Alaska and Siberia. Alaska Park Science, 8(2): 122-127.

Allison, Ian, Béland, Michel, Alverson, Keith, Bell, Robin, Carlson, David, Cutler, Paul, Danell, Kjell, Ellis-Evans, Cynan, Fahrback, Eberhard, Hovelsrud, Grete, Huber, Johannes, Kotlyakov, Vladimir, Krupnik, Igor, Lopez-Martinez, Jerónimo, Tillmann, Mohr, Odmark, Helena, Qin, Dahe, Volker, Rachold, Rapley, Chris, Odd, Rogne, Sarukhanian, Eduard, Summerhayes, Colin and Yamanouchi, Takashi. 2009. The state of polar research: A statement from the International Council for Science/World Meteorological Organization Joint Committee for the International Polar Year 2007-2008. World Meteorological Organization. 12 pages.

Krupnik, Igor I. and Vakhtin, Nikolai 2009. Remebering and Forgetting. Culture Change and Indigenous Knowledge in Chukotka in the post-Jesup Era (in Japanese). In: Tanimoto, Kazounobu and Inoue, Koichi, "The Raven Arch" (1903-2002). The Jesup North Pacific Expedition Revisited. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology, pp.209-232.

Krupnik, Igor 2009. "The Way We See It Coming": Building the Legacy of Indigenous Observations in IPY 2007–2008. In: Krupnik, Igor, Lang, Michael A. and Miller, Scott E., Smithsonian at the Poles: Contributions to International Polar Year Science., pp.129-142.

Krupnik, Igor, Aporta, Claudio, Gearheard, Shari, Laidler, Gita J. and Kielsen Holm, Lene (eds.). 2010. SIKU: knowing our ice : documenting Inuit sea ice knowledge and use. Dordrecht: Springer.

Krupnik, Igor, Aporta, Claudio and Laidler, Gita J. 2010. SIKU: International Polar Year Project #166 (An Overview). In: Krupnik, Igor, Aporta, Claudio, Gearheard, Shari, Laidler, Gita J. and Holm, Lene Kielsen, SIKU: knowing our ice : documenting Inuit sea ice knowledge and use. Dordrecht: Springer, pp.1-29.

Fitzhugh, William W., Krupnik, Igor and Muller-Wille, Ludger 2010. Laying the Groundwork for Arctic Social Science 1985-1990. Northern Notes: Newsletter of the Arctic Social Science Association, : 18-20.

Krupnik, Igor I. 2010. How Many Eskimo Words for Ice (New Studies on Eskimo Ice terminologies during International Polar Year 2007-2008. In: Fedorchuk, Artem and Chlenova, Svetlana, Studia Anthropologica: A Festschrift in Honour to Michail Chlenov. Moscow: Gesharim, pp.409-443.

Krupnik, Igor I. and Jolly, Deana. 2010. The Earth Is Faster Now. Indigenous Observations of Arctic Environmental Change
. Fairbanks: ARCUS

Krupnik, Igor, Apangalook, Leonard and Apangalook, Paul 2010. "It's Cold, but Not Cold Enough": Observing Ice and Climate Change in Gambell, Alaska, in IPY 2007–2008 and Beyond. In: Krupnik, Igor, Aporta, Claudio, Gearheard, Shari, Laidler, Gita J. and Holm, Lene Kielsen, SIKU: knowing our ice : documenting Inuit sea ice knowledge and use. Dordrecht: Springer, pp.81-114.

Krupnik, Igor and Weyapuk, Winton, Jr. 2010. Qanuq Ilitaavut:"How We Learned What We Know" (Wales Inupiaq Sea Ice Dictionary). In: Krupnik, Igor, Aporta, Claudio, Gearheard, Shari, Laidler, Gita J. and Holm, Lene Kielsen, SIKU : knowing our ice : documenting Inuit sea ice knowledge and use. Dordrecht: Springer, pp.321-354.

Krupnik, Igor and Müller-Wille, Ludger 2010. Franz Boas and Inuktitut Terminology for Ice and Snow: From the Emergence of the Field to the "Great Eskimo Vocabulary Hoax". In: Krupnik, Igor, Aporta, Claudio, Gearheard, Shari, Laidler, Gita J. and Holm, Lene Kielsen, SIKU: knowing our ice : documenting Inuit sea ice knowledge and use. Dordrecht: Springer, pp.377-400.

Krupnik, Igor I. 2011. IPY 2007-2008 and Social Sciences: A Challenge of Fifty Years. In: Poppel, B. and Csonka, Y., Arctic Social Sciences - Prospects for the International Polar Year 2007-2008 Era and Beyound. Nuuk: Ilimatusarfik - University of Greenland, pp.61-93.

Krupnik, Igor I. 2011. From IPY-1 to IGY: Early Lessons in Making Global Science. In: Krupnik, Igor I., Allison, I., Bell, R., Cutler, P., Hik, D., Lopez-Martinez, J., Rachold, V., Sarukhanian, E. and Summerhayes, C., Understanding Earth's Polar Challenges: International Polar Year 2007-2008. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute, pp.5-28.

Hovelsrud, Grete, Krupnik, Igor I. and White, Jeremy 2011. Human-Based Observing Systems. In: Krupnik, Igor I., Allison, Ian, Bell, R., Cutler, P., Hik, D., Lopez-Martinez, J., Rachold, Volker, Sarukhanian, E. and Summerheyes, Colin, Understanding Earth's Polar Challenges: International Polar Year 2007-2008. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute, pp.435-456.

Krupnik, Igor I., Ellis-Evans, Cynan and Elfring, Chris 2011. Early Planning for IPY: 2003-2004. In: Krupnik, Igor I., Allison, Ian, Bell, R., Cutler, P., Hik, D., Lopez-Martinez, J., Rachold, Volker, Sarukhanian, E. and Summerheyes, Colin, Understanding earth's Polar Challenges: International Polar Year 2007-2008. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute, pp.49-68.

Krupnik, Igor I., Allison, I., Bell, R., Cutler, P., Hik, D., Lopez-Martinez, J., Rachold, V. and Sarukhanian, E. (eds.). 2011. Underatanding Earth's Polar Challenges: International Polar Year 2007-2008. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute. 720 pages.

Krupnik, Igor I. and Hoveslrud, Grete 2011. Polar Societies and Social Processes. In: Krupnik, Igor I., Allison, Ian, Bell, R., Cutler, P., Hik, D., Lopez-Martinez, J., Rachold, Volker, Sarukhanian, E. and Summerheyes, Colin, Understanding Earth's Polar Challenges: Internationa Polar Year 2007-2008. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute, pp.311-334.

Krupnik, Igor I. 2011. How IPY 2007-2008 Was Born: 1997-2003. In: Krupnik, Igor I., Allison, Ian, Bell, R., Cutler, P., Hik, D., Lopez-Martinez, J., Rachold, Volker, Sarukhanian, E. and Summerheyes, Colin, Understanding Earth's Polar Challenges: International Polar Year 2007-2008. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute, pp.29-48.

Allison, Ian and Krupnik, Igor I. 2011. Organization and Implementation of IPY: 2005-2009. In: Krupnik, Igor I., Allison, Ian, Bell, R., Cutler, P., Hik, D., Lopez-Martinez, J., Rachold, Volker, Sarukhanian, E. and Summerheyes, Colin, Understanding Earth's Polar Challenges: International Polar Year 2007-2008. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute, pp.87-114.

Krupnik, Igor 2011. 'How many Eskimo words for ice?' Collecting Inuit sea ice terminologies in the International Polar Year 2007-2008. Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe canadien, 55(1): 56-68.

Krupnik, Igor I. and Kaneshiro, Vera Oovi (eds.). 2011. Faces We Remember/Neqamikegkaput. Leuman M. Waugh's Photography from St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, 1929–1930. Washington, DC: Arctic Studies Center and Smithsonian Institution Schoraly Press. (Contributions to circumpolar anthropology, 9.; ) 196 pages.

Summerhayes, Colin, Rachold, Volker and Krupnik, Igor I. 2011. IPY and Expending Partnership in Coordination of Polar Research. In: Krupnik, Igor I., Allison, Ian, Bell, R., Cutler, P., Hik, D., Lopez-Martinez, J., Rachold, Volker, Sarukhanian, E. and Summerhayes, Colin, Understanding Earth's Polar Challenges: International Polar Year 2007-2008. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute, pp.593-608.

Krupnik, Igor 2012. Reading Tiger Burch: From Skeptic to Believer. In: Burch, Ernest S., Jr. and Krupnik, Igor, Caribou Herds of Northwest Alaska: 1850-2000. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, pp.xi-xiv.

Chlenov, Michael and Krupnik, Igor 2012. Novaia zemlia: istoriia poslednei migratsii aziatskikh eskimosov (1920–1935) [The "New Land": To the History of the Last Migration of the Yupik/Asiatic Eskimo, 1920–1935]. In: Bronshtein, Michael and Krupnik, Igor, Vekhi na mysakh (Milestones on the Capes). Festschrift in honor of Sergei A. Arutyunov. Moscow, Russia: Museum of Oriental Arts, pp.70-83.

Krupnik, Igor 2012. The 50-Year arctic career of Ernest S. Burch, Jr.: A personal ethnohistory, 1960–2010. Arctic Anthropology, 49(2): 10-28.

Krupnik, Igor and Pratt, Kenneth L. 2012. Introduction: In the Footsteps of a Giant. Arctic Anthropology, 49(2): 5-9.

Krupnik, Igor I. and Stern, Richard O. 2012. Remembering Ernest S. "Tiger" Burch, Jr., 17 April 1938 to 16 September 2010. Ethnology, 59(1): 163-169.

Krupnik, Igor and Chlenov, M. A.. 2013. Yupik transitions: change and survival at Bering Strait, 1900-1960. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press. 391 pages.

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