ARCTIC

Arctic is North America's premier journal of northern research! Now in its seventh decade of continuous publishing, Arctic contains contributions from any area of scholarship dealing with the polar and subpolar regions of the world. Articles in Arctic present original research and have withstood intensive peer review. Arctic also publishes reviews of new books on the North, profiles of significant people, places and northern events, and topical commentaries.

Announcements

 

Special issue (Vol. 69, No. 5), “Human Landscapes in the North: Papers in Honour of Dr. Priscilla Renouf”

 

We are pleased to announce the special issue of Arctic in honour of Dr. Priscilla Renouf is now completed. The issue includes 11 research articles and an Introduction by Dr. Lisa Hodgetts and Dr. Patricia Wells. All content of the special issue is available at:

http://arctic.journalhosting.ucalgary.ca/arctic/index.php/arctic/issue/view/288

 

 
Posted: 2017-10-06 More...
 

Attention- ARCTIC Journal Website

 

It has come to our attention that there is a web-site pretending to represent the journal ARCTIC and is soliciting manuscripts.

Please refer to the official website for all information pertaining to the journal ARCTIC http://arctic.ucalgary.ca/about-arctic-journal

Thank you for your continued interest and support of the journal ARCTIC

 
Posted: 2017-07-06 More...
 

New Open Access Article March 2017

 
The paper, “Seasonal Trends in Acoustic Detection of Marine Mammals in Baffin Bay and Melville Bay, Northwest Greenland,” by Héloïse Frouin-Mouy, Katie Kowarski, Bruce Martin, Koen Bröker, published in the March 2017 issue (Vol. 70, No. 1) is open access and immediately available to all readers.  
Posted: 2017-05-05 More...
 

New Open Access Article December 69(4)

 
The paper, "Dating and Digging Stratified Archaeology in Circumpolar North America: A View from Nunalleq, Southwestern Alaska," by Paul M. Ledger, Véronique Forbes, Edouard Masson-MacLean and Richard A. Knecht, published in the December 2016 issue (Vol. 69, No. 4), is open access and immediately available to all readers.  
Posted: 2016-11-30 More...
 
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Vol 70, No 3 (2017): September: 239–342

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Table of Contents

Articles

Stephen J. Insley, William D. Halliday, Tyler de Jong
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239–248
Michael J. Widener, Shoshanna Saxe, Tracey Galloway
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249–258
Michael Loso, Bruce Finney, Richard Johnson, Rick Sinnott
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259–272
Lloyd F. Lowry, Michael C.S. Kingsley, Donna D.W. Hauser, Janet Clarke, Robert Suydam
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273–286
Diana V. Solovyeva, Vera Yu. Kokhanova, Melissa Gabrielson, Katherine S. Christie
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287–294
Janice Cavell
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295–307
Mads Peter Heide-Jørgensen, Janne Flora, Astrid Oberborbeck Andersen, Robert E.A. Stewart, Nynne H. Nielsen, Rikke G. Hansen
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308–318
Meredith Yee, Jody Reimer, Nicholas J. Lunn, Ron R. Togunov, Nicholas W. Pilfold, Alysa G. McCall, Andrew E. Derocher
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319–327

Book Reviews

Imagining the Supernatural North, edited by Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough, Danielle Marie Cudmore and Stefan Donecker
Lawrence Millman
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328
Ice Bear: The Cultural History of an Arctic Icon, by Michael Engelhard
Ian Stirling
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329–330

Books Received and Papers to Appear

Books Received
 
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331
Papers to Appear
 
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331

Obituaries

James William Kerr (1936–2017)
Thomas Frisch
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332–333

InfoNorth Essay

The Danish Polar Bear Skull Collection 1830–2016
Frederik Leerhøi, Rune Dietz, Christian Sonne, Eline D. Lorenzen
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334–340

InfoNorth News

AINA News
 
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341–342