Publications

cover of the Last Giant of Beringia
The Russian edition of Dan O'Neill's book, The Last Giant of Beringia, about David M. Hopkins.

NPS

Over the years, the Shared Beringian Heritage Program has supported the publication of many books, reports, popular articles, videos, and other media related to a variety of subjects. A limited number are available in print. Please e-mail us for a list of available publications or to receive a publication. Highlighted publications are listed below.

Translations:

Lyudmila Bogoslovskaya, Ivan Slugin, Igor Zagrebin, and Igor Krupnik, translated by Marina Bell, Edited by Igor Krupnik and Rachel Mason. 2016. Maritime Hunting Culture of Chukotka: Traditions and Modern Practice, (EN) National Park Service, Shared Beringia Program, Anchorage, AK.

Margarita A. Kiriyak, translated by Richard L. Bland. 2007. Early Art of the Northern Far East: The Stone Age (EN) National Park Service, Shared Beringia Program, Anchorage, AK.

Sergei A. Arutiunov and Dorian A. Sergeev, translated by Richard L. Bland, newly edited by Sergei A. Arutiunov. 2006. Problems of Ethnic History in the Bering Sea: the Evken Cemetery. (EN) National Park Service, Shared Beringia Program, Anchorage, AK.

O. Romanenko and D. Taylor. 1997. Biota of Central Beringia with English, Russian and Native Names, (EN,RU), National Park Service, Shared Beringia Program, Anchorage, AK.

Original Research:

E. James Dixon. 2013. Arrows and Atl Atls: A Guide to the Archeology of Beringia, (EN) National Park Service, Shared Beringia Program, Anchorage, AK.

Kawerak, Inc. 2014. Indigenous Knowledge & Use of Bering Strait Region Ocean Currents, (EN) Social Science Program, Natural Resources Division, Kawerak, Inc., Nome, AK.

Don Callaway. 2007. A Changing Climate: Consequences for Subsistence Communities. Alaska Park Science, Volume 6, Issue 1. (EN) National Park Service.

Amber Lincoln, et al. 2010.Living With Old Things: Iñupiaq Stories, Bering Strait Histories, (EN, RU) National Park Service, Shared Beringia Program, Anchorage, AK.

In Russian:

Lyudmila S. Bogoslovskaya, Igor Krupnik, Nashi l’dy, Snega I Vetry. 2013. Our Ice, Snow and Winds, (RU), Heritage of Beringia, Issue 2, Russian Heritage Institute, Moscow and Washington.