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

Igor Krupnik [editor]

Washington, D.C : Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, in collaboration with the National Park Service 2004

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  • Title:
    Northern ethnographic landscapes : perspectives from circumpolar nations / Igor Krupnik, Rachel Mason, and Tonia W. Horton, editors.
  • Author: Igor Krupnik [editor] ; Rachel Mason 1954- [editor] ; Tonia W Horton (Tonia Woods) [editor] ; Arctic Studies Center (National Museum of Natural History), issuing body.
  • Subjects: Arctic peoples; Human geography -- Arctic regions; Landscape assessment -- Arctic regions; Landscape protection -- Arctic regions; Environmentally sensitive areas -- Arctic regions; Arctic peoples; Ecology; Environmentally sensitive areas; Human geography; Landscape assessment; Landscape protection; Arctic regions -- Environmental conditions; Arctic Regions
  • Contents: Foreword / William W. Fitzhugh -- Introduction : Landscapes, perspectives, and nations / Igor Krupnik [and two others] -- PART 1. STATE POLICIES : PERSPECTIVES FROM FOUR ARCTIC NATIONS -- An approach to aboriginal cultural landscapes in Canada / Susan Buggey -- 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 / Andrew Wiget, Olga Balalaeva -- Nenets sacred sites 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 -- 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 -- Documenting ethnographic landscapes in Alaska's national parks / Tonia Woods Horton -- Cultural heritage in Yamal, Siberia : policies and challenges in landscape preservation / Natalia V. Fedorova -- 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, Heather Burke -- Epilogue : Nations, perspectives, and nations : what does it all mean? / Ellen Lee.
  • Publisher: Washington, D.C : Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, in collaboration with the National Park Service
  • Creation Date: 2004
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 415 pages) : illustrations, maps..; polychrome..
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01GALI USG ALMA
  • OCLC Number: 607525197
  • NZ MMS ID: 9910289710502931

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