William Fitzhugh, Director, Arctic Studies Center
Laura McKie, Assistant Director for Education
Daniel Odess, Research Associate
Heather Rostker, Project Manager, Exhibits
Elisabeth Ward, Curatorial Specialist, Viking Project
Objective Consulting, Inc.
3-D components produced by: Pixelyard Production and Cycore Inc. for interactive 3D components; S2N Media for 3D ship animation.
The voices presented on this website: Bo Brundin, actor, narration of numerous saga and literary excerpts, produced by Joel Stuart of Charles Morrow Associates for the National Museum of Natural History; John Prusinski, S2N Media, narration of "Skeleton in Armor" and Jelling Stone inscription; T. W. Timreck, Timreck Productions, video narration for introductory segments at each stop; and Jonathan Ward, WardTV and Cronkite/Ward for video narration of the main introductory segment.
Individuals in the video selections: Jette Arneborg, Danish National Museum; Tony Ault, political cartoonist; Colleen Batey, Glasgow Museums, Scotland; Joel Berglund, Greenland National Museum and Archive; Arne Emil Christensen, Viking Ship Museum, Oslo; William W. Fitzhugh, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution; Gwynn Jones, author, The Norse Atlantic Saga; Judith Lindbergh, author, Bribrau's Saga; Thomas H. McGovern, Hunter College, City College of New York; Anna Ritchie, University of Edinburgh, Scotland; Gisli Sigurdsson, Árni Magnússon Institute, Reykjavík, Iceland; Patricia Sutherland, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Ottawa; Birgitta L. Wallace, Parks Canada, Halifax; Elisabeth Ward, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution; and Pamela Ward-Levi, Mikmaq First Nation, Red Bank, New Brunswick.
Interviews excerpted from: Leif Eriksson, the Man who Almost Changed the World,. Ward Television, 2000; Viking America. Timreck Productions, 1994; and "Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga Symposium," National Museum of Natural History, 2000.