Reference and Reading List

This Reference and Reading List primarily pertains to sources used when developing the Description of TEK page and its subpages. These are good and highly acclaimed sources of information that you may want to read to enhance your knowledge about TEK.
Agar, M. H. 1980. The Professional Stranger, An Informal Introduction to Ethnography. Academic Press, Inc. San Diego, CA.

Anderson, M. K. 2005. Tending the Wild - Native American Knowledge and the Management of California's Natural Resources. University of California Press, Berkley.
Berkes, F., J. Colding, and C. Folke. 2000. Rediscovery of traditional ecological knowledge as adaptive management. Ecological Applications 10:1251-1262.
Berkes, F. 1999. Sacred Ecology: Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Resource Management. Taylor and Francis, Philidelphia.
Berkes, F. 1993. Traditional Ecological Knowledge in perspective. In Inglis, J.T., (ed.) Traditional ecological knowledge: concepts and cases, pp. 1-10. International Program on Traditional Ecological Knowledge and International Development Research Centre, Ottawa.
Berkes, F. 2012. Sacred Ecology, third edition. Taylor and Francis, New York.
Brettell, C. B. 1993. When They Read What We Write,: The Politics of Ethnography. Bergin and Garvey, Westport, CT.
Cajete, G. and L. Little Bear. 1999. Native Science: Natural Laws of Interdependence. Clear Light Publishers.
Dove, M. R. and C. Carpenter. 2008. Environmental Anthropology. A Historical Reader. Blackwell Publishing, Ltd., Malden, MA.
Drew, J.A. 2005. Use of traditional ecological knowledge in marine conservation. Conservation Biology 19(4):1286-1293.
Fienup-Riordan, A. 1988. A problem of translation: animals as infinitely renewable or finite resource? The writing of culture and the culture of writing. Alaska Anthropological Association 15th Annual Meeting. Fairbanks, Alaska.
Gadgil, M., F. Berkes, and C. Folke. 1993. Indigenous knowledge for biodiversity conservation. Ambio 22:151- 156.
Handwerker, W.P. 2001. Quick ethnography. Alta Mira Press. Landham, MA.
Heizer, R.F. 1979. Contributions to Native California ethnology from the C. Hart Merriam collection. University of California, Berkley.
Holling, C.S. 1978. Adaptive environmental assessment and management. Wiley, London, UK.
Hunn, E. 1993. What is traditional ecological knowledge? In N.M. Williams, and G. Bains (eds.) Traditional ecological knowledge, pp. 13-15. Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, Australian National University.
Huntington, H.P. 1998. Observations on the utility of the semi-directive interview for documenting traditional ecological knowledge. Arctic 51(3): 237-242.
Johnson, M., ed. 1992. Lore: Capturing Traditional Environmental Knowledge. Dene Cultural Institute, International Development Research Centre, Ottawa.
Kroeber, A.L. 1955. C. Hart Merriam as Anthropologist. In C. Hart Merriam and the staff of the Department of Anthropology of the University of California (eds.), Studies of California Indians, pp. vii-xiv.. University of California Press, Berkley.
Longley-Cochran, P. 2002. Ethical guidelines for the use of Traditional Knowledge in research and science. AFN Youth and Elders Conference 2002.
McCracken, G. 1988. The Long Interview. Sage Publications, Inc., Newbury Park, CA.
Menzies, C. 2006. Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Natural Resources Management. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NB.
Mihesuah, D.A. 1993. Suggested guidelines for instructions with scholars who conduct research on American Indians. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 17 (3): 131-139.
Miraglia, R.A. 1998. Traditional Ecological Knowledge Handbook: A training manual and reference guide for designing, conducting and participating in research projects using traditional ecological knowledge. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence.
Nadasdy, P. 2003. Hunters and Bureaucrats: Power, Knowledge, and Aboriginal-State Relations in the Southwest Yukon. UBC Press, Vancouver, BC.
Nakashima, D. J. 1993. Astute observers on the sea ice: Inuit knowledge as a basis for Arctic co- management.In Inglis, J.T. (ed.) Traditional ecological knowledge: concepts and cases, pp. 99-110. International Program on Traditional Ecological Knowledge and International Development Research Centre, Ottawa.
Nielsen, M.O., &Gould, L. A. 2007. Non-Native scholars doing research in Native American communities: a matter of respect. Social Science Journal 44, 420-433.
Oleksa, F.M. 2005. Another Culture/Another World. Association of Alaska School Boards, Juneau.
Pierotti, R. 2011. Indigenous Knowledge, Ecology, and Evolutionary Biology. Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group. New York.
Punch, M. 1986. The Politics and Ethics of Fieldwork. Sage Publications, Inc. Newbury Park, CA.
Rinkevich, S., K. Greenwood, C. Leonetti. 2011. Traditional Ecological Knowledge for Application by Service Scientists. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Rinkevich, S.E. 2012. Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Endangered Species, and Conservation Biology: a Review. Pages 171-211. In An Assessment of Abundance, Diet, and Cultural Significance of the Mexican Grey Wolves in Arizona. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson.
Sahota, P. C. Research Review Checklist for American Indian and Alaska Native Communities.
Simon Frazier University. 2013. Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage: Theory, Practice, Policy, Ethics.
Spicer, E. H. 1952. Human Problems in Technological Change, A Casebook. Russell Sage Foundation. New York.
Spradley, J. 1979. The Ethnographic Interview. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich College Publishers, United States.
Taylor, J. 2008. The voyage of the Beagle: Darwin's extraordinary adventure aboard FitzRoy's famous survey ship. Naval Institute Press, Annapolis.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2008. Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants: determination of threatened status for the polar bear (Ursus maritimus) throughout its range;final rule. Federal Register 28212-28303.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2010. 2010 Fisheries Resource Management Plan. Anchorage, Alaska.
Watson, A and O. H. Huntington. 2008. They're here - I can feel them: the epistemic spaces of Indigenous and Western Knowledges. Social &Cultural Geography, Vol. 9, No. 3: 257-281.
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Wohlforth, C. 2004. The Whale and the Supercomputer - On the Northern Front of Climate Change. North Point Press, New York.

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