Anthropology Master's Theses

2011 – Present

Bartley, Kevin Andrew (2014). "They don't know how we live": Understanding collaborative management in western Alaska [Open Access Full Text]

Beauparlant, Alain Marcel (2014) Climate change and its impact on the Inupiat of Point Lay, Alaska: A case study of resilience [Open Access Full Text

Kugo, Yoko (2014). Subsistence practices of Iliamna Lake Villages: An investigation of dynamics of traditional and local ecological knowledge

Wark, Kyle (2014). Yeil kaawashoo, "Raven was drinking": An ethnotoxicology of alcohol among the Tlingit

Scheidt, Kristin M. (2013) Caribou hunting at the Hungry Fox site (KIR-289): A zooarchaeological investigation of a late prehistoric interior Inupiat site in the Central Brooks Range, Alaska

Miller, Robyn J. (2013). The cultural commodification of gender and identity in Alaska Native imagery by the non-Native tourism industry

Anders, Jacob J. (2013). Upland archaeological site modeling and the use of GIS to explore new aspects of land use in the Central Aleutian Islands, Alaska

Curtis, Tiffany Ann (2013). Dendrochronology on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska: Dating historic structures using tree-ring analysis

Galloway, Richard W. (2013). The anthropology of expeditions: From Brooklyn to Alaska with the King's County Mining Company in the Gold Rush era

Hood, Rhea E. (2013). Early Kachemak fish exploitation at Little Takli Island, Amalik Bay, Alaska: Size estimates and taxonomic distribution

Schneider, William Hardin (2013). Hewitt Lake (Tiq'atl'ena Bena) archaeological investigations

Edwards, Alexandra E. (2012). Repatriation in practice: The process of returning human remains in the United States, Norway, and New Zealand

Eldridge, Kelly Anne (2012). Archaeofaunal representation of late Western Thule regionalization: Insights from the Snake River Sandspit site in Nome, Alaska [Open Access Full Text]

Roe, Christopher H. (2012). The subculture of the U.S. Army during World War II and its impact on the construction of an airbase on Umnak Island, Alaska [Open Access Full Text]

Brady, Margaret A. (2011). Hmong gardening in Anchorage, Alaska: Cultural continuity and change in a Far North diaspora [Open Access Full Text]

Rider, Shawna M. (2011). Section 106 and the Amaknak Bridge Site in Unalaska, the Aleutian Islands, Alaska: A case study in cultural resource management

2006 – 2010

Dean, Robert M. (2010). The mining landscape from a diachronic perspective: Examining the Kenai Star mining district, Southcentral Alaska

Eagle, Rita J. (2010). Cultural and archaeological context of Sugpiaq bead use in southern Alaska

Gwynn, Lisa Kelly (2010). Dancing in the streets: Alaska Native dance in Anchorage

La Vine, Robbin (2010). Subsistence research and collaboration: A southwest Alaskan case study in applied anthropology

Campbell, Joyce C. (2009). The significance of seabirds to the Inupiat of Little Diomede Island, Alaska

Hutchinson, Samuel O. (2009). A radiographic study of permanent tooth calcification and eruption sequences in Alaska Native people

Jessen, Cornelia M. (2009). Refugee and healthcare providers in Anchorage, Alaska: Understanding cross-cultural medical encounters

Martin, Richard Lee (2009). The archeology of a caribou drive complex: The T-Stemmed Hill sites in the Noatak basin, Northwest Alaska

Meyer, Yvonne A. (2008). Historic preservation in Skagway, Alaska and Dawson City, Yukon Territory: A comparison of cultural resource management policies in two northern towns

Pendleton, Catherine L. (2008) Changes in Aleut house construction in the Russian period: Evidence from the Zapadni site, St. Paul Island, Alaska

Hadden, Eleanor Louise (2007). The bacillus calmette-guerin tuberculosis vaccine experiment on southeast Alaska natives: An experiment without informed consent

Hays, Justin M. (2007). The Horseshoe Cove Site: An example of Early Kachemak subsistence strategies from faunal remains in the Kodiak Archipelago

Wilson, Aaron K. (2007). Mid-Holocene occupation history and activities at Agiak Lake: Two Northern Archaic settlements in the central Brooks Range, Alaska

Hedwig, Travis H. (2006). Developmental disability and community inclusion: A critical medical anthropology analysis of an Inupiaq community in Alaska

Marin Carrillo, Belkis M. (2006). Factors involved in breastfeeding decisions among lower socioeconomic level Hispanic women in Anchorage, Alaska

Stone, Daniel E. (2006). Specific lithic modification of bone during butchering: A scanning electron microscopy analysis

Thompson, Daniel R. (2006). Placer technology and its relationship to the structural variability of mining camps: Insight from the Kantishna and Chisana mining districts, Alaska

2002 – 2005

Krasinski, Kathryn E. (2005). Intrasite spatial analysis of Late Pleistocene/Early Holocene archaeological material from the Broken Mammoth site

Lambourn, Rebecca (2005). Conservation, continuity, and negotiation of a Proto-Athabascan worldview by the Dena'ina

Manire, Macie (2005). Pregnancy, prenatal care, and ultrasound fetal imaging among Inupiaq women in Barrow, Alaska: A qualitative study

Richmond, Deborah (2005). Role and social construction of the dog in indigenous northern coastal populations

Shearer, Amanda M. (2005). Bridging two worlds: Government-to-government between the Department of Defense and federally recognized tribes in Athabascan Country, Alaska

Wisniewski, Josh (2005). Enclaves and outposts: FAA field stations and mechanisms of state formation in rural Alaska contexts

Grover, Margan Allyn (2004). Identity in Russian America: Clothing and personal adornment at Castle Hill, Sitka, Alaska

Moncrieff, Catherine F. (2004). Listen to our elders: Investigating traditional ecological knowledge of salmon in communities of the Lower and Middle Yukon River

Bowden, Sheri Lynn (2003). Identifying interethnic relations through both structural and cultural material within the periphery of Old Knik townsite, Knik, Alaska

Wygal, Brian T. (2003). The earliest Alaskans and the Earliest Americans Theme Study

Holen, Davin L. (2002). Dip nets, fish wheels, and motor homes: The Atna', traditional ecological knowledge, and resource management in the Copper River fishery, Alaska