The Arctic Studies Center produces numerous publications, including scholarly and popular books, teaching materials for schools, a yearly newsletter, as well as the publication series Contributions to Circumpolar Anthropology. Please click on the following links to learn more about ASC publications.
PDF copies available on this site.
Since 1993 the Arctic Studies Center has produced a yearly newsletter available free of charge.
The Arctic Studies publishes several archaeological field reports annually. Selected topics will now be made available online. New subjects include Mongolia and Quebec/St.Lawrence Gateways. Check back regularly for updates!
The ASC has a long history of publishing companion catalogues to the exhibits it curates. Follow the above link for more information about these scholarly books and how to order them.
Contributions to Circumpolar Anthropology
ASC publishes a series on circumpolar research. Click on the above link to find out more about specific books in the series. To order any of these titles, download the order form and return it to the Arctic Studies Center.
CCA 9 now available!
In addition to materials published by the Center, scholarly works by members of the ASC are published in other venues. Click for a listing of some of the most requested, previously published titles.
Tools for Teachers
The Arctic Studies Center encourages teachers of all ages, but especially those of middle-school children, to introduce Arctic cultures to their students. Check back periodically to see whether new teacher's aids, videos, CD-Roms, and curriculum guides have been added to those listed here.
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