Douglas D Anderson
Douglas D. Anderson is professor emeritus of anthropology and director of the Laboratory for Circumpolar Studies in the Haffenreffer Museum at Brown University. He has conducted archaeological and anthropological research in Northwest Alaska since 1960. In addition to numerous articles, he has authored Beach Ridge Archeology of Cape Krusenstern, Onion Portage, and The Iñupiat of Northwest Alaska over the Past Millennium and coauthored Kuuvangmiit Subsistence and Life at Swift Water Place.
Historical Ethnography and Arctic Challenges
Northwest Alaska at the Threshold of European Contact