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One for the history buffs

...Inlet, Prince William Sound, Kenai, Kodiak and the Aleutians - all very peacefully.? Wallace M. Olson is professor of anthropology (Emeritus) at the University of Alaska Southeast and author of "Through Spanish Eyes: Spanish Voyages to...
Fall Arts Preview

...and the Anthropocene: The Bird's-Eye View of Future Earth" with Dr. Tom ThorntonThomas F. Thornton, professor of anthropology at Portland State University, and the author of "Being and Place among the Tlingit," will discuss narratives...
Interactive map visualizes Tlingit connection to land

...afternoon, Nicole Gordon, of the Taku River Tlingit First Nation of Atlin, and Christine Schreyer, assistant professor of anthropology at UBC-Okanagan, presented "Demonstration of Taku River Tlingit First Nation Place Names Map and Website...
Thoughts on Richard Dauenhauer

...was Richard Dauenhauer who became a true benchmark in the lives of everyone who knew him.?? Sergei Kan, Professor of Anthropology and Native American Studies, Dartmouth College Richard Dauenhauer was an exemplary scholar and overall genuine...
Class takes a walk through Dena'ina history

...through a thousand years of history Thursday in the woods near Kenai Peninsula College.It's a trip Boraas, a professor of anthropology at the college, makes three or four times a year; one he uses to show off some of the barely concealed prehistoric...
UAS Spring Honors Forum to focus on Filipino and Pacific Islander communities

...Tourist Cocoons" presentation by Miriam Khan: Friday, March 7, 7 p.m., Egan 112 Lecture Hall. Khan is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Washington and the author of "Tahiti Beyond the Postcard: Power, Place, and Everyday...
Around Town for Tuesday

...Foundation of Tlingit Existence," noon, Sealaska Plaza, fourth floor boardroom. With Steve J. Langdon Professor of Anthropology, University of Alaska Anchorage. Free and open to the public. Bring your own lunch."Tuesday Noon Serenity...
Exhibit brings old ways to new generations

...and "Alaska Grown" hoodies.The collision between heritage and modern technique is one that Alan Boraas, professor of anthropology and Dena'ina scholar at Kenai Peninsula College, said is unique to indigenous culture - specifically Dena'ina...
SHI to sponsor lecture on new research on ancient herring populations

...populations in Alaska and Native people's long-term reliance on the resource.Lecturer Dr. Madonna Moss, professor of anthropology at University of Oregon, has studied herring bones at 16 archaeological sites in Southeast Alaska that date...
Ancient herring may hold clues to current resource management

...will touch on how to use this information to help declining herring populations in Southeast Alaska. Moss, a professor of anthropology at University of Oregon, has studied herring bones at 16 archaeological sites in Southeast Alaska that date...


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