Our Northern Neighbors
How do our neighbors in Canada, the northern lower 48, and other Arctic nations, research and solve problems like those of rural Alaska?
Split Tooth review, written by Iñupiaq author and publisher, M. Jacqui Lambert, who is from Kotzebue, Alaska, with family roots in Noorvik and Kiana. Split Tooth © 2018, by Tanya Tagaq, Published by Viking Canada of Penguin Random House Canada, September 25,...read more
Gathering wild rice in Minnesota was a touchstone experience, so the cover image of a canoe nosing through a wild rice bed grabbed my attention. Thomas Weso, a Menominee artist and anthropologist, provides an important perspective to understanding American food traditions. © 2016 Wisconsin Historical Society Press.read more
Village School Libraries When I first moved to a small village in rural Alaska, I would go hang out in the school library. A lot. It was the public internet access point, and as such, a gathering place for the village. I was amazed to find so many books there, in this...read more