Tag: Alaska

Imperiale Phantomschmerzen: Neue russische Blicke auf Alaska

Vladimir Putins offenkundiges Bestreben, mit schiefen historischen Thesen, aggressiver Propaganda und brutaler Gewalt ein neues russisches Großreich zu errichten, beschränkt sich nicht auf die Ukraine…

Eating Like an Alaskan?: Quarantine Reflections on the Anchorage Museum’s “What Why How We Eat” Exhibition

Abigail AdamsCentral Connecticut State University I’m writing from my dining room table and the CostCo bulk carton of matzoh peeks at me from a kitchen cupboard. I’m reminded…

ASFS Deadlines, Awards, Opportunities

There is a slew of deadlines, awards, and opportunities for anyone interested in the activities of the Association for the Study of Food and Society. These include an…

What the ancient DNA discovery tells us about Native American ancestry

A new genome from a Pleistocene burial in Alaska confirms a longstanding model for the initial peopling of the Americas Surprise as DNA reveals new group of Native…

What the ancient DNA discovery tells us about Native American ancestry

A new genome from a Pleistocene burial in Alaska confirms a longstanding model for the initial peopling of the Americas Surprise as DNA reveals new group of Native…

Uarctic Extractive Industries PhD programme course, Fairbanks, 24-30 September 2015

The next course in our PhD programme with a focus on the social sciences of Arctic The Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS), (Florian Stammler) extractive industrial development will…