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The Resource Northern ethnographic landscapes : perspectives from circumpolar nations, Igor Krupnik, Rachel Mason, and Tonia W. Horton, editors

Northern ethnographic landscapes : perspectives from circumpolar nations, Igor Krupnik, Rachel Mason, and Tonia W. Horton, editors

Label
Northern ethnographic landscapes : perspectives from circumpolar nations
Title
Northern ethnographic landscapes
Title remainder
perspectives from circumpolar nations
Statement of responsibility
Igor Krupnik, Rachel Mason, and Tonia W. Horton, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
306/.0911/3
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
GN673
LC item number
.N67 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Contributions to circumpolar anthropology
Series volume
v. 6
Label
Northern ethnographic landscapes : perspectives from circumpolar nations, Igor Krupnik, Rachel Mason, and Tonia W. Horton, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Protecting ethnographic landscapes in Alaska: U.S. policies and practices
  • Rachel Mason
  • Writing ethnographic history: historic preservation, cultural lanscapes and traditional cultural properties
  • Tonia Woods Horton
  • Managing the Sámi cultural heritage in Norway: the legal landscape
  • Ingegerd Holand
  • Concepts and practices in ethnographic landscape preservation: a Russian north perspective
  • Pavel M. Shul'gin
  • PART 2. PROTECTING THE "INVISIBLE": STORIES FROM THE ARCTIC ZONE
  • "To save the Yugan": the saga of the Khanty Cultural Conservation Program
  • Foreword
  • Andrew Wiget,
  • Olga Balalaeva
  • Nenets sacred sties as ethnographic landscape
  • Galina P. Kharyuchi
  • Landscapes of tradition, landscapes of resistance
  • Donald G. Callaway
  • "The whole story of our land": ethnographic landscapes in Gambell, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska
  • Igor Krupnik
  • Susan Wilhite Fair, in tribute
  • Herbert Anungazuk
  • William W. Fitzhugh
  • Names of places, other times: remembering and documenting lands and landscapes near Shishmaref, Alaska
  • Susan W. Fair
  • Medieval tales, modern tourists: exploring the Njal's saga landscape of South Iceland
  • Elisabeth I. Ward,
  • Arthur Bjorgvin Bollason
  • Cultural seascapes: preserving local fishermen's knowledge in Northern Norway
  • Anita Maurstad
  • PART 3. REGIONAL APPROACHES TO DOCUMENTATION AND PROTECTION
  • "The land is like a book": cultural landscape management in the Northwest Territories, Canada
  • Thomas D. Andrews
  • Introduction:
  • Documenting ethnographic landscapes in Alaska's national parks
  • Tonia Woods Horton
  • Cultural heritage in Yamal, Siberia: policies and challenges in landscape preservation
  • Natalia V. Federova
  • Sámi cultural heritage in Norway: between politics of local knowledge and the power of the state
  • Torvald Falch,
  • Marianne Skandfer
  • PART 4. COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
  • Joining the dots: managing the land- and seascapes of indigenous Australia
  • Claire Smithe,
  • Landscapes, perspectives, and nations
  • Heather Burke
  • Epilogue:
  • Nations, perspectives, and nations: what does it all mean?
  • Ellen Lee
  • Igor Krupnik ... [et al.]
  • PART 1. STATE POLICIES: PERSPECTIVES FROM FOUR ARCTIC NATIONS
  • An approach to aboriginal cultural landscapes in Canada
  • Susan Buggey
Control code
ocm56799145
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
xvi, 415 p.
Isbn
9780967342979
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2004024361
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)56799145
Label
Northern ethnographic landscapes : perspectives from circumpolar nations, Igor Krupnik, Rachel Mason, and Tonia W. Horton, editors
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Protecting ethnographic landscapes in Alaska: U.S. policies and practices
  • Rachel Mason
  • Writing ethnographic history: historic preservation, cultural lanscapes and traditional cultural properties
  • Tonia Woods Horton
  • Managing the Sámi cultural heritage in Norway: the legal landscape
  • Ingegerd Holand
  • Concepts and practices in ethnographic landscape preservation: a Russian north perspective
  • Pavel M. Shul'gin
  • PART 2. PROTECTING THE "INVISIBLE": STORIES FROM THE ARCTIC ZONE
  • "To save the Yugan": the saga of the Khanty Cultural Conservation Program
  • Foreword
  • Andrew Wiget,
  • Olga Balalaeva
  • Nenets sacred sties as ethnographic landscape
  • Galina P. Kharyuchi
  • Landscapes of tradition, landscapes of resistance
  • Donald G. Callaway
  • "The whole story of our land": ethnographic landscapes in Gambell, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska
  • Igor Krupnik
  • Susan Wilhite Fair, in tribute
  • Herbert Anungazuk
  • William W. Fitzhugh
  • Names of places, other times: remembering and documenting lands and landscapes near Shishmaref, Alaska
  • Susan W. Fair
  • Medieval tales, modern tourists: exploring the Njal's saga landscape of South Iceland
  • Elisabeth I. Ward,
  • Arthur Bjorgvin Bollason
  • Cultural seascapes: preserving local fishermen's knowledge in Northern Norway
  • Anita Maurstad
  • PART 3. REGIONAL APPROACHES TO DOCUMENTATION AND PROTECTION
  • "The land is like a book": cultural landscape management in the Northwest Territories, Canada
  • Thomas D. Andrews
  • Introduction:
  • Documenting ethnographic landscapes in Alaska's national parks
  • Tonia Woods Horton
  • Cultural heritage in Yamal, Siberia: policies and challenges in landscape preservation
  • Natalia V. Federova
  • Sámi cultural heritage in Norway: between politics of local knowledge and the power of the state
  • Torvald Falch,
  • Marianne Skandfer
  • PART 4. COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
  • Joining the dots: managing the land- and seascapes of indigenous Australia
  • Claire Smithe,
  • Landscapes, perspectives, and nations
  • Heather Burke
  • Epilogue:
  • Nations, perspectives, and nations: what does it all mean?
  • Ellen Lee
  • Igor Krupnik ... [et al.]
  • PART 1. STATE POLICIES: PERSPECTIVES FROM FOUR ARCTIC NATIONS
  • An approach to aboriginal cultural landscapes in Canada
  • Susan Buggey
Control code
ocm56799145
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
xvi, 415 p.
Isbn
9780967342979
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2004024361
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)56799145

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