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Fienup-Riordan, Ann
Riordan, Ann Fienup-
Dates: 
1948-
Creation class: 
Language material
Text
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author
editor
translator
Related names: 
Anchorage Museum of History and Art
Calista Elders Council
Chicago
Kilbuck, Edith (1865-1933)
Kilbuck, John (1861-1922)
Meade, Marie (1947-)
Rearden, Alice
Steve, Charlie (1910-2001)
Tyson, William
Waghiyi, Rose Anna Dan
Wondzell, Mary Alexander
Titles: 
artists behind the work, The : life histories of Nick Charles, Sr., Frances Demientieff, Lena Sours, Jennie Thlunaut
Boundaries and passages rule and ritual in Yup'ik Eskimo oral tradition
Ellavut, our Yup'ik world & weather : continuity and change on the Bering Sea coast
Eskimo essays : Yup'ik lives and how we see them
Freeze frame : Alaska Eskimos in the movies
Hunting, sexes and symbolism
Hunting tradition in a changing world : Yup'ik lives in Alaska today
living tradition of Yup'ik masks, The : agayuliyararput
Mission of change in southwest Alaska : conversations with father René Astruc and Paul Dixon on their work with Yup'ik people, 1950-1988
My legacy to you
Nelson Island Eskimo, The : social structure and ritual distribution
Qaluyaarmiuni nunamtenek qanemciput : = our Nelson Island stories : meanings of place on the Bering Sea coast
real people and the children of thunder, The : the Yup'ik Eskimo encounter with Moravian missionaries John and Edith Kilbuck
Shape up with baby : exercise games for the new parent and child
So our voices will live
Stories for future generations
Taprarmiuni kassiyulriit
Things of our ancestors
. university of washington press.* fienup-riordan, ann; kaplan, lawrence. (2007).
What our land and world are like
When our bad season comes : a cultural account of subsistence harvesting and harvest disruption on the Yukon delta
Where the echo began, and other oral traditions from Southwestern Alaska
Wise words of the Yup'ik people : we talk to you because we love you
Words of the real people : Alaska native literature in translation
Works.
Yup'ik elders at the Ethnologisches Museum Berlin : fieldwork turned on its head
yup’ik eskimo as described in the travel journals and ethnographic accounts of john and edith kilbuck, 1885–1900., the
Yup'ik ways of dancing
Yupiit qanruyutait
Yuungnaqpiallerput : masterworks of Yup'ik science and survival
Notes: 
University, Diss--Chicago
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