Volume 26, #3 (2009)

Cover, vol. 26, no. 2

The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Ethnography in a National Park Service Second Century 
     Jerry L. Rogers
Ocean Currents, Dune Hollows, and Mountain Peaks: Park Break as a
Pedagogical Approach to Collaborative Experiential Learning in the National Parks

     Tinelle D. Bustam, Michelle Moorman, Carena J. van Riper, Sarah Stehn, and Rebecca Stanfield McCown
Moving Public Participation beyond Compliance:
Uncommon Approaches to Finding Common Ground

     Kirsten M. Leong, John F. Forester, and Daniel J. Decker
Ethnography in the National Park Service:
Past Lessons, Present Challenges, Future Prospects

     Jacilee Wray, guest editor
     Jacilee Wray
Creating Policy for the National Park Service:
Addressing Native Americans and Other Traditionally Associated Peoples

      Jacilee Wray, Alexa Roberts, Allison Peña, and Shirley J. Fiske
Rethinking Ethnography in the National Park Service
     David Ruppert
Under Native American Skies
     Walter R. Echo-Hawk
Applied Ethnography and Park Management at Pipestone National Monument
     Michael J. Evans
Working with Traditionally Associated Groups: A Form of Civic Engagement
     Jenny Masur
Ethnographic Overviews and Assessments:
An Example from Wrangell–St. Elias National Park and Preserve

     Barbara A. Cellarius
A Balancing Act: Ethnography, Subsistence, and Alaska Parks
     David J. Krupa
The Challenge of Ethnography
     Erin McPherson and Kat Byerly 

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