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  • George Lessard
    The Northern Review, Number 28, A multidisciplinary journal of the arts and social sciences of the North The Northern Review is published at Yukon College. It
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 28 11:07 AM
      The Northern Review, Number 28,

      A multidisciplinary journal of the arts and social sciences of the North

      The Northern Review is published at Yukon College. It is the only
      peer-reviewed journal in Canada devoted exclusively to northern issues
      and published north of 60. Since 1988, it has published a broad range
      of circumpolar human issues and topics. The editors invite scholarly
      articles, book reviews and literary and visual art that pertain to
      human experience in and thought about the Circumpolar North.

      Now available as a PDF file at
      http://www.yukoncollege.yk.ca/review


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      From: Brad Martin <research.north@...>
      Date: Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 11:56 AM
      Subject: The Northern Review, Number 28, Now Available
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      The Northern Review Number 28

      Special Issue: Rapid Landscape Change and Human Response in the Arctic
      and Subarctic



      The Northern Review is a peer-reviewed journal of the arts, social
      sciences, and humanities published by Yukon College in Whitehorse,
      Canada. It is the only scholarly journal in Canada devoted exclusively
      to northern issues and published north of 60.



      The most recent issue of the journal, Number 28, contains a diverse
      collection of general articles in addition to a special collection of
      essays on rapid landscape change and human response in the Arctic and
      Subarctic.



      Table of Contents:



      Special Collection: Rapid Landscape Change and Human Response in the
      Arctic and Subarctic

      Editorial, Ken Coates

      Introduction: Rapid Landscape Change and Human Response in the Arctic
      and Subarctic, Antony R. Berger and David Liverman

      Rapid Landscape Changes, Their Causes, and How They Affect Human
      History and Culture, Antony R. Berger

      The Life and Death of Kwäday Dän Ts'ìnchí, an Ancient Frozen Body from
      British Columbia: Clues from Remains of Plants and Animals, James H.
      Dickson and Petra J. Mudie

      Climate, Society, and Natural Hazards: Changing Hazard Exposure in Two
      Nunavut Communities, James D. Ford

      The Domino Effect: Culture Change and Environmental Change in
      Newfoundland, 1500–1100 cal BP Trevor Bell and M.A.P. Renouf

      Rapid Landscape Change, Vulnerability, and Social Responsibility, Thomas Heyd

      Perpetual Perishing, Perpetual Renewal, Holmes Rolston, III

      Conference Abstracts: Rapid Landscape Change and Human Response in the
      Arctic and Subarctic

      General Articles

      The Need to Conduct Studies of Swedish Saami Reindeer-Herder
      Subsistence Behaviours: A Case of Indigenous Resource-Use Rights,
      Robert P. Wheelersburg

      The Oral Tradition is Like the Mackenzie Delta, Robert Kroetsch

      Questioning Mine Mill in Yellowknife: The Need for a Northern Labour
      History, Chris Powell

      Testing, Testing, Testing: Rural and Urban Responses to Alaska's High
      Stakes Assessment Regime, Jerry McBeath and Maria Elena Reyes

      Counsellor Training via Distance Education: Opportunities for Rural
      Alaskan Communities, Christine Cook, Anthony Strange & Susan Renes

      Village Public Safety Officer Turnover and Reported Violent Crime in
      Alaska Native Villages, Darryl S. Wood

      Extended Book Review: The First Inuit Autobiography: Text and
      Context(s), Corey Coates



      Contact:



      Deanna McLeod

      Acting Managing Editor, The Northern Review

      Yukon College, P.O. Box 2799

      Whitehorse, Yukon

      Canada Y1A 5K4



      Tel: 867.668.8861

      Fax: 867.668.8805

      Email: review@...

      Website: http://www.yukoncollege.yk.ca/review

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      Brad Martin
      Northern Research Network
      research.north@...
      http://northernresearchnetwork.electrified.ca



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