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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Late Dorset triangual midpassages in the Canadian Arctic and northwest Greenland: origins and dispersal2018 American antiquity 83 (3): 525-35
  • Arthur S. Dyke
  • Christyann M. Darwent
  • Claude Pinard
  • Genevieve LeMoine
  • Hans Lange
  • James M. Savelle
  • John Darwent
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316French summary
The role of birds in the subsistence practices of the Dorset people of Nunavik2016 Arctic anthropology 53 (1): 69-83
  • Andrea Thompson
  • Benjamin Patenaude
  • Claire Houmard
  • Hervé Monchot
*H6 [ARCTIC-]0066-6939
Introduction: Patrick Plumet and the archaeology of Nunavik and Labrador2015 Etudes inuit 39 (2): 9-11
  • Yves Labrèche
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-]0701-1008in special issue 'Archaeology of Nunavik and Labrador: tribute to Patrick Plumet' with bibliography 13-25; also in French, 5-8
The Tuvaaluk and Torngat archaeological projects: review and assessment2015 Etudes inuit 39 (2): 27-60
  • William W. Fitzhugh
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-]0701-1008in special issue 'Archaeology of Nunavik and Labrador: tribute to Patrick Plumet'; also in French, 61-96
The initial phase of computerization of the Tuvaaluk program (1975-1982)2015 Etudes inuit 39 (2): 97-116
  • Jean-François Moreau
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-]0701-1008in special issue 'Archaeology of Nunavik and Labrador: tribute to Patrick Plumet'; English summary
Revisiting the chronology of two Palaeoeskimo sites from Ivujivik (Nunavik)2015 Etudes inuit 39 (2): 117-44
  • Murielle Nagy
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-]0701-1008in special issue 'Archaeology of Nunavik and Labrador: tribute to Patrick Plumet'; English summary
Physical representation of the chaîne opératoire for processing of hides at Palaeoeskimo sites in Nunavik2015 Etudes inuit 39 (2): 173-203
  • Marie-Michelle Dionne
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-]0701-1008in special issue 'Archaeology of Nunavik and Labrador: tribute to Patrick Plumet'; English summary
Palaeoeskimo occupation history of Foxe basin, Arctic Canada: implications for the core area model and Dorset origins2014 American antiquity 79 (2): 249-76
  • Arthur S. Dyke
  • James M. Savelle
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Firts Thule, last Dorset: demic expansion and/or indigenous adoption of Arctic Canadian people?2013 Annales de la Fondation Fyssen (78): 138-51
  • Claire Houmard
*H6 [ANNALES-]0980-157Xalso in French, 138-46
The importance of birds in Ocean Bay subsistence: results from the Mink Island site, Katmai National Park and Preserve, Alaska2012 Arctic anthropology 49 (1): 18-34
  • Molly R. Casperson
*H6 [ARCTIC-]0066-6939
Comments on Coltrain et al., Journal of Archaeological Science 31, 2004 "Sealing, whaling and caribou: the skeletal isotope chemistry of eastern Arctic foragers", and Coltrain, Journal of Archaeological Science 36, 2009 "Sealing, whaling and caribou revisited: additional insights from the skeletal isotope chemistry of eastern Arctic foragers"2011 Journal of archaeological science 38 (10): 2858-65
  • Karen Ryan
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403with response by author, see this issue 2866-71
Invited response to K. Ryan's comments on Coltrain et al. (2004) and Coltrain (2009): is Native Point "burial 21" Dorset in age; were historic-era burials European in origin and how important were caribou in Sadlermiut diets?2011 Journal of archaeological science 38 (10): 2866-71
  • Joan Brenner Coltrain
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403see this issue, 2858-65
Fox exploitation by the paleoeskimo at the Tayara site, Nunavik2011 Arctic anthropology 48 (1): 15-32
  • Daniel Gendron
  • Hervé Monchot
*H6 [ARCTIC-]0066-6939
Palaeoeskimo demography on western Boothia peninsula, Arctic Canada2009 Journal of field archaeology 34 (3): 267-83
  • Arthur S. Dyke
  • James M. Savelle
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
A non-finite radiocarbon date on charcoal at the 'Dorset' palaeo-Eskimo site of Cape Ray Lilght (CjBt -1), Newfoundland, Canada, with remarks on acceptable ages, material sources, and environment2008 Canadian journal of archaeology 32 (2): 258-63
  • Ian A. Brookes
*H6/KE [CANADIAN-]0705-2006
The domino effect: culture change and environmental change in Newfoundland 1500-1100 cal BP2008 The northern review 28: 72-94
  • M.A.P. Renouf
  • Trevor Bell
*H6/KUB [NORTHERN-]0835-3433in special section 'Rapid landscape change and human response in the Arctic and Subarctic'
Seal pups and their moms: a preferred Paleoeskimo hunting strategy in Ivujivik (Nunavik, eastern Arctic)2005 Anthropological papers (Alaska) (New Series) 4 (1): 11-25
  • Murielle Nagy
H6/KUB [ALASKA-]0041-9354
Similarities between cultures of native peoples of Alaska and Siberia2004 Kur'er Petrovskoi Kunstkamery 10/11: 27-38
  • S.A. Korsun
H6/KVY [KUR'ER-]
The GhGk-63 site: a Dorset occupation in southeastern Hudson Bay, Nunavik2004 Canadian journal of archaeology 28 (1): 75-99
  • Daniel Gendron
  • Pierre M. Desrosiers
*H6/KE 'CANADIAN-'0705-2006French summary
Patterns in precontact site location on the southwest coast of Newfoundland2004 Northeast anthropology 68: 41-55
  • M. A. P. Renouf
  • Tim Rast
  • Trevor Bell
H6/KUB [MAN IN THE NORTHEAST]1068-9982French summary
Changing subsistence practices at the Dorset paleoeskimo site of Phillip's Garden, Newfoundland2003 Arctic anthropology 40 (1): 106-20
  • Darlene McCuaig-Balkwill
  • Lesley Howse
  • Lisa M. Hodgetts
  • M. A. P. Renouf
  • Maribeth S. Murray
*H6 [ARCTIC-]0066-6939
Woman of the house: gender, architecture, and ideology in Dorset prehistory2003 Arctic anthropology 40 (1): 121-38
  • Genevieve LeMoine
*H6 [ARCTIC-]0066-6939
An overview of Palaeoeskimo architectural remains in the central Canadian low Arctic2003 Etudes inuit 27 (1/2): 29-65
  • Karen Ryan
*H6/KUB 'ETUDES-'0701-1008in special issue 'Palaeoeskimo architecture'; French summary
Identifying pre-Dorset structural features on southern Baffin Island: challenges and considerations for aleternative sampling methods2003 Etudes inuit 27 (1/2): 67-90
  • S. Brooke Milne
*H6/KUB 'ETUDES-'0701-1008in special issue 'Palaeoeskimo architecture'; French summary
Could a row of stones be a Palaeoeskimo nangissat?2003 Etudes inuit 27 (1/2): 111-29
  • Claude Pinard
*H6/KUB 'ETUDES-'0701-1008in special issue 'Palaeoeskimo architecture'; English summary
Variability and change in Palaeo-Eskimo architecture: a view from the Canadian high Arctic2003 Etudes inuit 27 (1/2): 191-212
  • Patricia Sutherland
*H6/KUB 'ETUDES-'0701-1008in special issue 'Palaeoeskimo architecture'; French summary
Palaeoeskimo dwellings in Greenland: a survey2003 Etudes inuit 27 (1/2): 283-306
  • Claus Andreasen
*H6/KUB 'ETUDES-'0701-1008in special issue 'Palaeoeskimo architecture'; French summary
Palaeo-Eskimo gathering site architecture: an example from Godthåb Fjord, Greenland2003 Etudes inuit 27 (1/2): 309-28
  • Martin Appelt
*H6/KUB 'ETUDES-'0701-1008in special issue 'Palaeoeskimo architecture'; French summary
The architecture at three Saqqaq sites in the Nuuk Fjord, Greenland2003 Etudes inuit 27 (1/2): 329-46
  • Maria Hinnerson Berglund
*H6/KUB 'ETUDES-'0701-1008in special issue 'Palaeoeskimo architecture'; French summary
Hearth and home of the Palaeo-Eskimos2003 Etudes inuit 27 (1/2): 349-74
  • Ulla Odgaard
*H6/KUB 'ETUDES-'0701-1008in special issue 'Palaeoeskimo architecture'; French summary
A review of Palaeoeskimo dwelling structures in Newfoundland and Labrador2003 Etudes inuit 27 (1/2): 375-416
  • M. A. Priscilla Renouf
*H6/KUB 'ETUDES-'0701-1008in special issue 'Palaeoeskimo architecture'; French summary
Palaeoeskimo structures in the Okak region of Labrador2003 Etudes inuit 27 (1/2): 417-33
  • Steven L. Cox
*H6/KUB 'ETUDES-'0701-1008in special issue 'Palaeoeskimo architecture'; French summary
A Groswater Palaeoeskimo feature from Coachman's cove, Newfoundland2003 Etudes inuit 27 (1/2): 435-49
  • John C. Erwin
*H6/KUB 'ETUDES-'0701-1008in special issue 'Palaeoeskimo architecture'; French summary
A middle Dorset Palaeoeskimo structure at Peat Garden north, northwest Newfoundland2003 Etudes inuit 27 (1/2): 473-92
  • Latonia J. Hartery
  • Timothy L. Rast
*H6/KUB 'ETUDES-'0701-1008in special issue 'Palaeoeskimo architecture'; French summary
Dorset palaeoeskimo settlement patterns in White Bay, Newfoundland2003 Northeast anthropology 66: 5-14
  • John C. Erwin
H6/KUB [MAN IN THE NORTHEAST]1068-9982in thematic issue 'Seascapes and landscapes of the far Noretheast'; with introduction by DH Holly jr, and AL Burke 3-4; French summary
Origins of maritime cultures of the nortnern Far East2003 Archaeology, ethnology and anthropology of Eurasia 14: 87-93
  • A. I. Lebedintsev
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1563-0110
Analogues at Iqaluktuuq: the social context of archaeological inference in Nunavut, Arctic Canada2002 World archaeology 34 (2): 330-45
  • T. Max Friesen
0043-8243
What happened in the early Woodland?2001 Archaeology of eastern North America 29: 101-42
  • Stuart J. Fiedel
*H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]0360-1021
Der Stand unserer Erkenntnisse über Einwanderungen prähistorischer Eskimos nach Grönland und ihre Kontakte mit Normannen im Mittelalter2001 Quartär 51/52: 157-72
  • Hans-Georg Bandi
0375-7471
Early palaeoeskimo boulder field archaeology in western Nunavik2001 Anthropological papers (Alaska) (New Series) 1 (1): 35-52
  • Daniel Gendron
0041-9354French summary
Where are the Dorset sites? State of Dorset occupation on the south shore of Hudson Strait2001 Anthropological papers (Alaska) (New Series) 1 (1): 53-71
  • Claude Pinard
0041-9354French summary
Variability in Palaeoeskimo occupation on south-western Victoria island, Arctic Canada: causes and consequences2001 World archaeology 33 (3): 508-22
  • Arthur S. Dyke
  • James M. Savelle
0043-8243in thematic issue 'Ancient ecodisaters'
Five thousand years of human occupation in an extreme climate: from the Palaeoeskimo to the Inuit2001 Revista de arqueología americana 20: 159-88
  • Claude Pinard
  • Daniel Gendron
H6/KE [REVISTA-]0188-3631in thematic section 'Modos de vida de clima frío en Norte America'; French, Spanish, and Portuguese summaries
With archaeology from Bering Strait to Greenland2000 Yumtzilob 12 (3/4): 267-95
  • Hans Christian Gulløv
0926-3624in special issue 'Greenland'; with Dutch summary
The Norton tradition2000 Arctic anthropology 37 (2): 1-22
  • Don E. Dumond
*H6 [ARCTIC-]0066-6939
Groswater technological organization: a decision-making approach2000 Arctic anthropology 37 (2): 23-37
  • Sylvie Leblanc
*H6 [ARCTIC-]0066-6939
JgEj-3: a Groswater site in the Quaqtaq region1999 Tumivut 11: 52-5
  • Daniel Gendron
Sea mammal hunters of Chukotka, Bering Strait: recent archaeological results and problems1999 World archaeology 30 (9): 354-69
  • Aleksei V Porotov
  • Andrei V. Zagorulko
  • Sergei V. Gusev
New adaptive strategies in the Saqqaq culture of Greenland, c. 1600-1400 B.C1999 World archaeology 30 (9): 452-65
  • Tinna Møbjerg
A comparison of Paleo-Eskimo and medieval Norse bone fat exploitation in western Greenland1999 Arctic anthropology 36 (1/2): 103-17
  • Alan K. Outram
*H6 [ARCTIC-]0066-6939
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