Index by author


B

  1. Bockstoce, John R.

    1. Conversations with Tiger: Forty Years of Dialogue . . . and One Uncompleted Project
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and John R. Bockstoce

C

  1. Correll, Thomas C.

    1. The Manitoba Years and the Project to Study Two Eskimo (Inuit) Societies: Befriended by an Exemplary Scholar
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Thomas C. Correll

D

  1. Darwent, Christyann (Chris) M.

    1. Editor’s Note
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Christyann (Chris) M. Darwent

F

  1. Fienup-Riordan, Ann

    1. Water: The Gift of a Good Question
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Ann Fienup-Riordan
  2. Fitzhugh, William W.

    1. Call Me “Tiger”: Ernest S. Burch, Jr., the Smithsonian, and Remembrance
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and William W. Fitzhugh
  3. Friesen, T. Max

    1. The Importance of Reading Ernest: Applying Burch’s Study of Interregional Interaction to Inuvialuit Ethnohistory
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and T. Max Friesen

G

  1. Ganley, Matt L.

    1. The Place Not Yet Subjugated: Prince William Sound, 1770–1800
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Matt L. Ganley and Polly C. Wheeler
  2. Grønnow, Bjarne

    1. The Backbone of the Saqqaq Culture: A Study of the Nonmaterial Dimensions of the Early Arctic Small Tool Tradition
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Bjarne Grønnow

H

  1. Hill, Erica

    1. The Nonempirical Past: Enculturated Landscapes and Other-than-Human Persons in Southwest Alaska
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Erica Hill

J

  1. Jensen, Anne M.

    1. The Material Culture of Iñupiat Whaling: An Ethnographic and Ethnohistorical Perspective
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Anne M. Jensen
  2. Jolles, Carol Zane

    1. Aġiyġaq Herbert Anungazuk and Ernest S. Burch, Jr.: Remembering an Iñupiaq Anthropologist and His Mentor
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Carol Zane Jolles

K

  1. Krupnik, Igor

    1. Introduction: In the Footsteps of a Giant
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Igor Krupnik and Kenneth L. Pratt
    2. Introduction: In the Footsteps of a Giant
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Igor Krupnik and Kenneth L. Pratt
    3. The Material Culture of Iñupiat Whaling: An Ethnographic and Ethnohistorical Perspective
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Anne M. Jensen
    4. The Nonempirical Past: Enculturated Landscapes and Other-than-Human Persons in Southwest Alaska
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Erica Hill
    5. The Ernest S. Burch, Jr. Collection at the University of Alaska Fairbanks: A Preliminary Survey
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Richard O. Stern
    6. Call Me “Tiger”: Ernest S. Burch, Jr., the Smithsonian, and Remembrance
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and William W. Fitzhugh
    7. Memories of Warfare: Archaeology and Oral History in Assessing the Conflict and Alliance Model of Ernest S. Burch
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Owen K. Mason
    8. The Manitoba Years and the Project to Study Two Eskimo (Inuit) Societies: Befriended by an Exemplary Scholar
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Thomas C. Correll
    9. The Backbone of the Saqqaq Culture: A Study of the Nonmaterial Dimensions of the Early Arctic Small Tool Tradition
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Bjarne Grønnow
    10. On Top of the World: Ernest S. Burch, Jr.’s Contribution to the 1983 National Geographic Society Peoples of the Arctic Map
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Robert P. Wheelersburg
    11. The 50-Year Arctic Career of Ernest S. Burch, Jr.: A Personal Ethnohistory, 1960–2010
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Igor Krupnik
    12. The 50-Year Arctic Career of Ernest S. Burch, Jr.: A Personal Ethnohistory, 1960–2010
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Igor Krupnik
    13. Conversations with Tiger: Forty Years of Dialogue . . . and One Uncompleted Project
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and John R. Bockstoce
    14. Editor’s Note
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Christyann (Chris) M. Darwent
    15. The Importance of Reading Ernest: Applying Burch’s Study of Interregional Interaction to Inuvialuit Ethnohistory
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and T. Max Friesen
    16. List of Ernest S. “Tiger” Burch, Jr. Publications
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Richard O. Stern, Igor Krupnik and Kenneth L. Pratt
    17. List of Ernest S. “Tiger” Burch, Jr. Publications
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Richard O. Stern, Igor Krupnik and Kenneth L. Pratt
    18. The Place Not Yet Subjugated: Prince William Sound, 1770–1800
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Matt L. Ganley and Polly C. Wheeler
    19. “I’d Be Foolish to Tell You They Were Caribou”: Local Knowledge of Historical Interactions between Reindeer and Caribou in Barrow, Alaska.
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Karen H. Mager
    20. Water: The Gift of a Good Question
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Ann Fienup-Riordan
    21. Reconstructing 19th-Century Eskimo–Athabascan Boundaries in the Unalakleet River Drainage
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Kenneth L. Pratt
    22. Collaborating With the Tiger: The Evolution of an Essay
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Craig Mishler
    23. Aġiyġaq Herbert Anungazuk and Ernest S. Burch, Jr.: Remembering an Iñupiaq Anthropologist and His Mentor
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Carol Zane Jolles

M

  1. Mager, Karen H.

    1. “I’d Be Foolish to Tell You They Were Caribou”: Local Knowledge of Historical Interactions between Reindeer and Caribou in Barrow, Alaska.
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Karen H. Mager
  2. Mason, Owen K.

    1. Memories of Warfare: Archaeology and Oral History in Assessing the Conflict and Alliance Model of Ernest S. Burch
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Owen K. Mason
  3. Mishler, Craig

    1. Collaborating With the Tiger: The Evolution of an Essay
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Craig Mishler

P

  1. Pratt, Kenneth L.

    1. Introduction: In the Footsteps of a Giant
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Igor Krupnik and Kenneth L. Pratt
    2. Introduction: In the Footsteps of a Giant
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Igor Krupnik and Kenneth L. Pratt
    3. The Material Culture of Iñupiat Whaling: An Ethnographic and Ethnohistorical Perspective
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Anne M. Jensen
    4. The Nonempirical Past: Enculturated Landscapes and Other-than-Human Persons in Southwest Alaska
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Erica Hill
    5. The Ernest S. Burch, Jr. Collection at the University of Alaska Fairbanks: A Preliminary Survey
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Richard O. Stern
    6. Call Me “Tiger”: Ernest S. Burch, Jr., the Smithsonian, and Remembrance
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and William W. Fitzhugh
    7. Memories of Warfare: Archaeology and Oral History in Assessing the Conflict and Alliance Model of Ernest S. Burch
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Owen K. Mason
    8. The Manitoba Years and the Project to Study Two Eskimo (Inuit) Societies: Befriended by an Exemplary Scholar
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Thomas C. Correll
    9. The Backbone of the Saqqaq Culture: A Study of the Nonmaterial Dimensions of the Early Arctic Small Tool Tradition
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Bjarne Grønnow
    10. On Top of the World: Ernest S. Burch, Jr.’s Contribution to the 1983 National Geographic Society Peoples of the Arctic Map
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Robert P. Wheelersburg
    11. The 50-Year Arctic Career of Ernest S. Burch, Jr.: A Personal Ethnohistory, 1960–2010
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Igor Krupnik
    12. Conversations with Tiger: Forty Years of Dialogue . . . and One Uncompleted Project
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and John R. Bockstoce
    13. Editor’s Note
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Christyann (Chris) M. Darwent
    14. The Importance of Reading Ernest: Applying Burch’s Study of Interregional Interaction to Inuvialuit Ethnohistory
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and T. Max Friesen
    15. List of Ernest S. “Tiger” Burch, Jr. Publications
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Richard O. Stern, Igor Krupnik and Kenneth L. Pratt
    16. List of Ernest S. “Tiger” Burch, Jr. Publications
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Richard O. Stern, Igor Krupnik and Kenneth L. Pratt
    17. The Place Not Yet Subjugated: Prince William Sound, 1770–1800
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Matt L. Ganley and Polly C. Wheeler
    18. “I’d Be Foolish to Tell You They Were Caribou”: Local Knowledge of Historical Interactions between Reindeer and Caribou in Barrow, Alaska.
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Karen H. Mager
    19. Water: The Gift of a Good Question
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Ann Fienup-Riordan
    20. Reconstructing 19th-Century Eskimo–Athabascan Boundaries in the Unalakleet River Drainage
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Kenneth L. Pratt
    21. Reconstructing 19th-Century Eskimo–Athabascan Boundaries in the Unalakleet River Drainage
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Kenneth L. Pratt
    22. Collaborating With the Tiger: The Evolution of an Essay
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Craig Mishler
    23. Aġiyġaq Herbert Anungazuk and Ernest S. Burch, Jr.: Remembering an Iñupiaq Anthropologist and His Mentor
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Carol Zane Jolles

S

  1. Stern, Richard O.

    1. The Ernest S. Burch, Jr. Collection at the University of Alaska Fairbanks: A Preliminary Survey
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Richard O. Stern
    2. List of Ernest S. “Tiger” Burch, Jr. Publications
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Richard O. Stern, Igor Krupnik and Kenneth L. Pratt

W

  1. Wheeler, Polly C.

    1. The Place Not Yet Subjugated: Prince William Sound, 1770–1800
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt, Matt L. Ganley and Polly C. Wheeler
  2. Wheelersburg, Robert P.

    1. On Top of the World: Ernest S. Burch, Jr.’s Contribution to the 1983 National Geographic Society Peoples of the Arctic Map
      Igor Krupnik, Kenneth L. Pratt and Robert P. Wheelersburg