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(journey in progress; for a biblio. of Inuit art and Canadian northern studies visit here; for a focus in anthropology, here)

Aslen Balikci. The Netsilik Eskimo

Rick Bass. Caribou Rising: Defending the Porcupine Herd, Gwich’in Culture, and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Thomas R. Berger. Village Journey: The Report of the Alaska Native Review Commission

Jean Blodgett. In the shadow of the midnight sun: Sami and Inuit art: 2000-2005

Lisa Bloom. Gender on ice: American ideologies of polar expeditions

Elizabeth Bradfield. Approaching Ice: Poems

Karen Brewster (ed). The whales, they give themselves : conversations with Harry Brower, Sr.

Tantoo Cardinal. Our story: aboriginal voices on Canada’s past

Edmund Carpenter (ed). Anerca

Oonark and Edmund Carpenter (ed). I breathe a new song; poems of the Eskimo

David S. Case. Alaska natives and American laws

John Edwards Caswell. Arctic frontiers; United States explorations in the Far North

John Robert Colombo (ed). Poems of the Inuit

Nora Marks Dauenhauer. The Droning Shaman

Ann Fienup-Riordan and Lawrence D. Kaplan (eds.). Words of the real people: Alaska native literature in translation

Ann Fienup-Riordan. Boundaries and Passages: Rule and Ritual in Yup’ik Eskimo Oral Tradition

Pam Flowers. Alone Across the Arctic

Harald Gaski. In the shadow of the midnight sun: contemporary Sami prose and poetry

Sherrill Grace. Canada and the Idea of North

Karsten Heuer. Being Caribou: Five Months on Foot with an Arctic Herd

Roland Huntford. The Amundsen photographs

Takashi Irimoto, Takako Yamada (eds.). Circumpolar ethnicity and identity

Diamond Jenness. The people of the twilight

Seth Kantner. Ordinary Wolves

Laurence Patrick Kirwin. A history of polar exploration.

Susan Kollin. Nature’s State: Imagining Alaska as the Last Frontier

Arnold Krupat. All that remains: varieties of indigenous expression

Peter Kulchyski and Frank James Tester. Kiumajut (talking back): game management and Inuit rights, 1900-70

Frédéric Laugrand and Jarich Oosten. The sea woman: Sedna in Inuit shamanism and art in the eastern Arctic

Frédéric Laugrand and Jarich Oosten. Inuit Shamanism and Christianity: Transitions and Transformations in the Twentieth Century

Barry Lopez. Arctic Dreams: Imagination and Desire in a Northern Landscape

Tom Lowenstein (ed). Eskimo Poems from Canada and Greenland

Aqqaluk Lynge. Taqqat uummammut aqqutaannut takorluukkat apuuffiannutt = the veins of the heart to the pinnacle of the mind (English translation by Ken Norris & Marianne Stenbaek)

Henry Minde (ed). Indigenous peoples: self-determination, knowledge, indigeneity

David Morrison. Arctic hunters: the Inuit and Diamond Jenness

David Mountfield. A history of polar exploration

Farley Mowat. Sea of slaughter

Margaret Murie. Two in the Far North

Howard Norman (ed). Northern tales: traditional stories of Eskimo and Indian peoples

Mark Nuttall. Arctic homeland: kinship, community and development in Northwest Greenland

Gísli Pálsson (ed). Writing on ice: the ethnographic notebooks of Vilhjalmur Stefansson

David Pelly. Sacred hunt: a portrait of the relationship between seals and Inuit

Knud Rasmussen et al. Report of the fifth Thule Expedition, 1921-1924

Knud Rasmussen. Intellectual culture of the Iglulik Eskimos

Knud Rasmussen. Across Arctic America: narrative of the Fifth Thule Expedition

Knud Rasmussen. Beyond the high hills; a book of Eskimo poems

Anka Ryall, Johan Schimanski and Henning Howlid Wærp (eds). Arctic Discourses

Dan Simmons. The Terror, a Novel

Nicole Stuckenberger. Thin ice: Inuit traditions within a changing environment

Nils-Aslak Valkeapää. Greetings from Lappland: the Sami, Europe’s forgotten people

Nils-Aslak Valkeapää. The sun, my father

Velma Wallis. Bird Girl and the Man who Followed the Sun: An Athabaskan Indian Legend from Alaska

Velma Wallis. Two Old Women

George Wenzel. Animal Rights, Human Rights: Ecology, Economy and Ideology in the Canadian Arctic

Rudy Wiebe. Playing Dead: A Contemplation Concerning the Arctic

Glyn Williams. Voyages of delusion: the quest for the Northwest Passage

Glyn Williams. Arctic labyrinth: the quest for the Northwest Passage

Barry Scott Zellen. On thin ice: the Inuit, the state, and the challenge of Arctic sovereignty

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