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AMONG WOLVES. By GORDON HABER and MARYBETH HOLLEMAN. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 2013. ISBN 978-1-60223-218-1. 284 p., b&w and colour illus., references, index. Softbound. US$29.95.

THE FAST-CHANGING ARCTIC: RETHINKING ARCTIC SECURITY FOR A WARMER WORLD. Edited by BARRY SCOTT ZELLEN. Calgary: University of Calgary Press and the Arctic Institute of North America, 2013. ISBN 978-1-55238646-0. Northern Lights Series No. 15. xi + 395 p., maps, b&w illus., 18 contributors, notes, index. Softbound. Cdn$34.95; US$41.95. Also available as an e-book.

HAROLD INNIS AND THE NORTH: APPRAISALS AND CONTESTATIONS. Edited by WILLIAM J. BUXTON. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2013. ISBN 978-0-773541672. xiii + 417 p., 13 contributors, b&w illus., notes, bib., index. Softbound. Cdn$32.95.

THE MEANING OF ICE: PEOPLE AND SEA ICE IN THREE ARCTIC COMMUNITIES. Edited by SHARI FOX GEARHEARD, LENE KIELSEN HOLM. HENRY HUNTINGTON, JOE MELLO LEAVITT, ANDREW R. MAHONEY, MARGARET OP1E, TOKU OSHIMA, and JOELIE SANGUYA. Hanover, New Hampshire: International Polar Institute Press, 2013. ISBN 978-0-9821703-9-7. xliii + 366 p., maps, colour illus., further reading. US$50.00.

MY ARCTIC SUMMER. By AGNIESZKA LATOCHA. Translated by MONIKA CESARZ. Dunbeath, Caithness, Scotland: Whittles Publishing Ltd., 2013. ISBN 978-184995-044-2. x + 127 p., maps, b&w and colour illus. Softbound. Available in North America from NBN Books, [pounds sterling].16.99; US$19.95.

NORTH BY 2020: PERSPECTIVES ON ALASKA'S CHANGING SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS. Edited by AMY LAUREN LOVECRAFT and HAJO EICKEN. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 2011. Distributed by University of Chicago Press. ISBN 978-1-60223-142-9. xvi + 736 p., maps, colour illus., index of authors, index. 55 contributions in 9 sections. Softbound. US$70.00.

OUR ICE, SNOW AND WINDS: INDIGENOUS AND ACADEMIC KNOWLEDGE ON ICE-SCAPES AND CLIMATE OF EASTERN CHUKOTKA. In Russian. Edited and compiled by LYUDMILA S. BOGOSLOVSKAYA and IGOR KRUPNIK. Moscow and Washington: Russian Heritage Institute, 2013. Heritage of Beringia, Issue 2. ISBN 987-586443-184-9. Foreword in English, 359 p., maps, colour and b&w illus., references. Hardbound. No price indicated.

WHERE THE WIND BLOWS US: PRACTICING CRITICAL COMMUNITY ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE CANADIAN NORTH. By NATASHA LYONS. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, 2013. ISBN 978-0-8165-2993-3. xxii + 230 p., map, b&w illus., appendixes, notes, references, index. Hardbound. US$55.00.

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