Kirk Dombrowski | Wednesday, 12 November 2003 - Saturday, 15 November 2003

12 November 2003 to 15 November 2003
Kirk Dombrowski


Professor Dombrowski is traveling from New York to Alaska. He will be conducting a series of presentations focused on his research in Alaska Native issues. Some of his recent articles include:

  • The Praxis of Indigenism and Alaska Native Timber Politics (American Anthropologist)
  • Billy Budd, Choker Setter: Native Culture and Indian Work in the Southeast Alaska Timber Industry. (In the journal International Labor and Working Class History)
  • Lifestyle and Livelihood: The Politics of Subsistence, Native Identity and Internal Differentiation in Southeast Alaska (Forthcoming in the journal Human Ecology.)

The following seminars are scheduled:

  • UA Museum sponsored public lecture at Noel Wien Library, Thursday at Noon
  • Northern Peoples and Contemporary Issues class, Thursday evening
  • Anthropology Department Colloquium, Friday afternoon
  • KUAC-FM Radio interview
  • Fairbanks Daily News-Miner interview (Thursday afternoon)
  • Individual meetings with graduate students studying Alaska Native issues