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Arctic peoples -- Social life and customs

View Resource Arctic Circle Web

The Arctic Circle Web site at the University of Connecticut aims to stimulate among viewers a greater interest in the peoples and environment of the Arctic and Sub Arctic region. As stated on the Welcome page, this 'electronic circle' has three interrelated themes: natural resources; history and culture; social equity and environmental justice. In addressing these issues, the presentations...
View Resource Arctic Studies Center

This excellent multi-media site from the Smithsonian combines innovative Web design with sound museum practices. To begin with, the site features not one or two online exhibits/ features, but ten of them, each rich with information, images, and sounds taken from native arctic peoples, landscape, and wildlife. For instance, Agayuliyararput: Our Way of Making Prayer is the first exhibit of Yup'ik...
View Resource ARCTIC Science Journeys: 1999 Radio Scripts

A free radio service broadcasting stories about "science, culture, and the environment of the far north," Arctic Science Journeys (ASJ) is a production of the Alaska Sea Grant College Program, in collaboration with KUAC-FM Alaska Public Radio and the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Several dozen radio scripts from 1999 are provided here, covering diverse topics including Gray whales, salmon...