Nbr. 37, September 2013
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- Introduction: the Arctic Council, the European Union, and polar politics--Canada, France, Germany, Russia, and the United Kingdom.
- The Arctic Council: past, present, and future prospects with Canada in the chair from 2013 to 2015.
- Strengthening the arctic council: insights from the architecture behind Canadian participation.
- The European Union Arctic policy and national interests of France and Germany: internal and external policy coherence at stake?
- Subarctic backyards? Britain, Scotland, and the paradoxical politics of the European High North.
- Explaining the 'Arctic exception' in European Union-Russia relations: what is missing?
- Nunavut, sovereignty, and the future for Arctic peoples' involvement in regional self-determination.
- Fixing land use planning in the Yukon before it really breaks: a case study of the Peel Watershed.
- Photography and northern lights tourism in Tromso, Norway.
- Opinion: teacher evaluation and retention of teachers based on student achievement in rural Alaska.
- The Canadian Rangers: A Living History.
- Canada and the Changing Arctic: Sovereignty, Security, and Stewardship.
- The Reindeer Botanist: Alf Erling Porsild, 1907-1977.
- Shipwreck at Cape Flora: The Expeditions of Benjamin Leigh Smith, England's Forgotten Arctic Explorer.
- Finding the Arctic: History and Culture Along a 2,500-Mile Snowmobile Journey from Alaska to Hudson's Bay.
- Haa Leelk'w Has Aani Saax'u: Our Grandparents' Names on the Land.
- The Frontier Romance: Environment, Culture, and Alaska Identity.
- From Meteorite Impact to Constellation City: A Historical Geography of Greater Sudbury.
- The Orenda.
- The Rabbits Could Sing.
- Purely Alaska: Authentic Voices from the Far North.
- Cover artist: Stephanie Ryan.