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?

Indigenous Women Authors: Review of The Round House by Louise Erdrich

When I first moved to a small village in rural Alaska, I would hang out in the school library. A lot. I was amazed to find so many books there, in this tiny community off the road system, where the cost of shipping goods exceeded $1/pound. Old books. New books. Lots of stories by writers I knew. Lots of history about Alaska, by writers I’d never heard of. But I struggled to find books by Indigenous women . . .

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