Wanni W Anderson
Northwest Alaska at the Threshold of European Contact
Iñupiaq Narratives of Northwest Alaska
Wanni W. Anderson is adjunct professor emerita of anthropology, Brown University. Her teaching and research interests include ethnicity and identity, folklore, and nationalism. She has conducted extensive research on the Kobuk and Selawik Rivers in Northwest Alaska. She is a co-author of Kuuvangmiut Subsistence: Traditional Eskimo Life in the Latter Twentieth Century and Life at Swift Water Place.