PhD,The Ohio State University
"Anthropology is unparalleled in its capacity to take you to new places, to open the world and allow you see it and yourself in new ways."
Area of Specialization
Oral history, Life history, Ethnohistory, Humanistic Anthropology, art and aesthetics, Native North America—Arctic and Northwest Coast
“Faces of the Nunamiut” a study of maskmaking in the Nunamiut Eskimo village of Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska, the relationship of this art for the market to traditional knowledge of the land and its resources.
2005(Co- editor with Molly Lee) Making It: Creating Artifacts in the Anthropological Setting.
Special Section Alaska
Journal of Anthropology
2005“Focus on the Fridge,” Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture
2004Upside Down: Seasons among the Nunamiut.
Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
200299721: The Place of Many Caribou Droppings. Folklore Forum
1999Death Comes to the Anthropologist: Reflections on the Haida Morturary Potlatch. In, Perspectives on Dying.and Death
Edited by Kathleen Hunter, pp. 93-98. Madison, WI: Coursewise Publishing.
1997In Their Own Images: The Anaktuvuk Pass Skin Mask. American Indian Art Magazine
1992During My Time: Florence Edenshaw Davidson, A Haida Woman.
Seattle: University of Washington Press. Revised and enlarged edition.
1989Sadie Brower Neakok, An Iñupiaq Woman.
Seattle: University of Washington Press.
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