Past students

  • 2015 Monika Frey Once upon a time: an anthropological exploration of two Gwich'in stories (Man in theMoon; The Old Woman and the Brushman)
  • 2014 Cecilie Ebsen Maintaining balance through dancing: perceptions and practices of health among young adult Yup’ik women
  • 2013 Oxana Yashchenko. Why are Lorino and Sireniki so different? Exploring communities through festivals, language use and subsistence practices in contemporary Chukotka.
  • 2012 Cori Bender. Contemporary Inuit Political  Identity and Transnational  Processes
  • 2010   Beth Mikow.   Negotiating Change: An Overview of Relocations in Alaska with Detailed Consideration of Kaktovik
  • 2009   Vanek, Susan.   The Government of Hunting: the Language of Regulation and its Effect on Hunters
  • 2009   Degai, Tatiana.   Places of Significance in Itelmen Country
  • 2009   Geml, Johanna.   "Krigsbarn" of Norway: A Transnational Ethnography of Human Rights Implications of Children as Product of War Sex
  • 2008   Antohin, Alexandra S.     Challenges of being Orthodox in Russia: Education as Missionization in Magaden
  • 2008   Neighbors, Andrea K.  Rethinking Oliver Twist – Imagination and Contemporary Russian and American Adoption Practices
  • 2008   Gill-Horton, Amy E.  An Examination of the Chinese Community and Changing Social Spaces in South Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • 2007   Klistoff, Alysa. Weapon, Tool, or Art? The Eskimo Yo-Yo as a Commodified Arctic Bola and Marker of Cultural Identity
  • 2007   Loring, Philip.   Managers are from Mars, activists are from Venus: examining the gap between institutional and grass roots sustainability initiatives
  • 2007   Salganek, Maya.   Honoring the Gift: Celebration, Ceremony, and Community in Tikigaq , Alaska
  • 2005   Antohin, Esther. Sellassie   Imagining Ityoppia: Ethiopians in the diaspora and Rastafarianism
  • 2004   Ikuta, Hiroko.   "We Dance Because We are Iñupiat" -- Iñupiaq Dance in Barrow: Performance and Identity
  • 2004   Sakurai, Takashi. Kuuvaum Kaŋiani: Where the River Begins (film)
  • 2002   Biddison, Dawn Drake.   Representation and marginalization: a case study from contemporary Alaska Native art
  • 2001   Longan, Tiffany J.   Eating Yup'ik: food trends in Southwestern Alaska
  • 2001   Raymond-Yakoubien, Julie Margaret.   They left their teacups full and their zeniths in the house: Innoko River population movements and migrations
  • 2000   Raymond-Yakoubian, Brenden.   Lived ethnicity: identity, consciousness, and discursive practice in Grayling, Alaska
  • 2000   Davis, Brian Leroy.   Geographic patterns of seal hunting in southeast Alaska , 1992-94
  • 1999   Austin, Kenneth Frank.   The changing vista of the northern Northwest Coast Indian Deer Ritual
  • 1999   Brakel, Judith T.   A maritime sense of place: southeast Alaska fishermen and mainstream   nature ideologies
  • 1999   Linn, Angela.   Not Just a Pretty Face: Dolls and Human Figurines in Alaska Native Cultures
  • 1999   McIntosh, Stacie J.   Nausiaq = plant?: Ethnobotanical classification in Shismaref , Alaska
  • 1999   Tozzi, Louis M.   Semester in the Arctic: in search of organizational identity
  • 1998   Brewster, Karen N.   An Umialik's life: conversations with Harry Brower Sr
  • 1998   Dubinina, Irina Y.   Forms, functions, meanings and uses of code-switching among bilingual Russian students in Anchorage, Alaska
  • 1998   Krutak, Lars.   One Stitch at a Time: Ivalu and Sivuqaq Tattoo
  • 1997   Chancey, Ann M.   Lebidev-Lastochkin Co. Activity in Alaska
  • 1997   Martin, Cydny Brynn.   Mediated Identity and Negotiated Tradition: Inupiaq Atigiit, 1850-2000
  • 1997   O'Brien, Thomas A.   Athabaskan implements from the skin house days as related by Reverend David Salmon
  • 1996   Carr, Teresa K.   The Integration of Governmental and Industrial Policy for the Environment on Alaska's North Slope
  • 1996   Faulkner, Susan Hartwell.   Noatak: Seasonality of Birth in an Inupiaq Village in Northwest Alaska
  • 1996   Mason, Arthur Lawrence.   In a strange turn of events: how Alutiiq cultural pride became a commodity
  • 1995   Peirce, John Carl, Jr.   Reconstruction of Neets'aii Gwich'in land use: a methodological study
  • 1995   Rahm, Jacqueline Marie.   Indigenous psychologies of Nepal and the use of traditional healing systems
  • 1995   Wright, Miranda Hildebrand.   The last great Indian war (Nulato 1851)
  • 1994   Cook, Elizabeth Ann.   The Photographer's Lens and the Elders' Recollections: Reconstructing Women's Lives in Barrow,  1921-1936, through Photographs and Interviews
  • 1994   Jacka, Jerry.   Ethnohistory of the Commercial Fishing Industry in the Eastern Aleutians
  • 1994   Kaburagi, Yoko . Avrilingyuamiut women's commercial carving: continuity of Inuit gender roles in Pelly Bay, NWT, Canada
  • 1994   Kirsis, Lise Klein.   Katherine Peter is interviewed by Lise Klein Kirsis on October 3, 1994 [sound recording] 
  • 1994   Speranza, Rose.   Folk Classification of Mammals Among the Koyukon on the Yukon River
  • 1994   Taksami, Natalia.   Ethnohistory of Aleut Settlement of Western Alaska Peninsula: Belkofski 1832 to Present
  • 1994   McGowan, Sarah J.   Commercial Whaling in Akutan , Alaska
  • 1994   Petrivelli, Patricia J.   Aleut Kinship and Social Organization in the 19th Century
  • 1993   Daniello, Denise Lynn.   Villagers to townsmen: a comparative study of Eskimo migrant adjustment patterns in Fairbanks, Alaska
  • 1993   Deng, Meini.   Naming Practices of Northwest Alaska Inupiat
  • 1993   Scott, Carol Patricia.   Continuity and change in the Wiseman area of Alaska: a look at land and renewable resource use over time
  • 1993   Williams, Ann Elizabeth.   Father Herman : syncretic symbol of divine legitimation
  • 1992   Engelhard, Michael.   Koyukon Athabaskan Occupancy and Land Use on the Upper Kobuk and Koyukuk Rivers
  • 1992   Kreher, Ronald E.   The Composition of Subsistence Herring Fishing Crews: Toksook Bay, Alaska , 1987
  • 1992   Kerttula, Anna Marie.   The Chukchi Reindeer Herders of Sireniki
  • 1991   Asbury, Margaret Ann Magee.   Gender and Ethnic-Based Interactions in Math and Science Classes at the University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • 1991   Corbett, Debra Garland.   Aleut settlement patterns in the western Aleutian Islands, Alaska
  • 1991   Sturnick, Karen Griffin.   Yupik Women in Transition: A Study in Change and Continuity in the Roles of Yupik Women
  • 1990   Ganley, Matthew Lenox.   Paradigms and Piilaaqtut: Applicability of Accepted Interpretations of Inupiat Ethnography and History
  • 1990   Mathews, V.T.   A Case Study of a Homeland and a Wilderness: Gates of the Arctic National Park and the Nunamiut Eskimos
  • 1989   Hensel, Chase   Title N/A
  • 1988   Dudley-Rowley, Marilyn R.   Debunking Alaska: the metamorphosis of the Alaska literary myth through its relationship with Alaska's socioeconomic image
  • 1988   McCollough, Martha.   Yup'ik responses to Russian Orthodox and Moravian missionaries in the lower Kuskokwim region of southwestern Alaska
  • 1988   Taber, Rachel Kathryn.   Czech/Slovak Immigration into the Yukon Territory: 1914-1953
  • 1986   Wheeler, Polly Carvill.   Kaltag, Alaska and Fairbanks: Changing Patterns of Subsistence Salmon Fishing on the Yukon River
  • 1984   Walsh, Steven J . Polity of St. Lawrence Island
  • 1983   Wyatt, Mary Pat.   Problems in conservation of Alaskan ethnographic material
  • 1983   Case, Martha Frances.   Modern Foragers: Wild Resource Use in Nenana Village , Alaska
  • 1982   Regan, Susan Lee.   Interpretation through oral history in the Susitna River Basin
  • 1981   Slaby, Daniel Louis.   Demography of an Athabaskan Village: Minto , Alaska
  • 1981   White,   Gay Ann.   Eskimo village: an ethnic enclave in Fairbanks, Alaska
  • 1978   deBurlo, Charles Russell.   A Study of performance in Kutchin oral narrative
  • 1975   Andrews, Elizabeth Frances.   Salcha: an Athapaskan band of the Tanana River and its culture
  • 1973   Dykema, Gisela M.   Between yesterday and tomorrow: Allendorf Germany
  • 1973   Keim, Frank J.   Some trends in non-native adaptation in villages along the Kobuk and Koyukuk Rivers in northwest Alaska
  • 1972   Breiby, John C . A biographical study of acculturation on Nushagak Bay
  • 1972   Pitts, Roger Steven.   The changing settlement patterns and housing types of the Upper Tanana Indians
  • 1971   Vitt, Ramon B.   Hunting practices of the Upper Tanana Athapaskans
  • 1971   Wallen, Lynn Ager.   The Eskimo storyknife complex of Southwestern Alaska
  • 1970   Billman, Esther Lisle.   A study of the elements of the supernatural among the Tlingit of Sitka and Yakutat.
  • 1970   Jacobs, Neville Abbott.   The anthropologist and the public; some problems of public communication in anthropology
  • 1968   Olson, Wallace M.   Minto, Alaska: cultural and historical influences on group identity