Douglas D. Anderson

Douglas D. Anderson is professor emeritus of anthropology and director of the Laboratory for Circumpolar Studies, Brown University. He has conducted archaeological and anthropological research in northwest Alaska since 1960, and has authored numerous articles including Onion Portage: The Archaeology of a Stratified Site from the Kobuk River, Northwest Alaska and Kuuvangmiit Subsistence: Traditional Eskimo Life in the Latter Twentieth Century (co-authored with Wanni W. Anderson).

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University Press of ColoradoUtah State University PressUniversity of Alaska PressUniversity of Wyoming Press