Owen Mason


Norman, L. E. Y., Friesen, T. M., Alix, C., O’Rourke, M. J. E., Owen Mason 2017: An early Inupiaq occupation: Observations on a Thule house from Cape Espenberg, Alaska. Open Archaeology, 3(1): 17-48. DOI: 10.1515/opar-2017-0002

Darwent, J., Owen MasonJohn F. Hoffecker, Darwent, C. M. 2013: 1,000 years of house change at Cape Espenberg, Alaska: A case study in horizontal stratigraphy. American Antiquity, 78(3): 433-455.

Maschner, H., Owen Mason 2013: The bow and arrow in northern North America. Evolutionary Anthropology, 22(3): 133-138. DOI: 10.1002/evan.21357

Owen Mason 2012: Memories of warfare: Archaeology and oral history in assessing the conflict and alliance model of Ernest S. Burch. Arctic Anthropology, 49(2): 72-93.

Owen Mason, Jordan, J. W., Leanne LestakWilliam F. Manley 2012: Narratives of shoreline erosion and protection at Shishmaref, Alaska: The anecdotal and the analytic. In J.A.G. Cooper and O.H. Pilkey (eds.), Pitfalls of Shoreline Stabilization: Selected 73 Case Studies, Coastal Research Library 3. Dordrecht: Springer Science+Business Media. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-4123-2_5

John F. HoffeckerOwen MasonScott Elias, Hanson, D. K., Alix, C., Reynolds, G. L., Leeper, K. 2012: Uivvaq: A stratified Iñupiaq occupation at Cape Lisburne, northwest Alaska. Alaska Journal of Anthropology, 10(1-2): 143-172. PDF (4 MB)

John F. HoffeckerOwen Mason 2011: Human response to climate change at Cape Espenberg AD 800-1400: Field investigations at Cape Espenberg, 2011. Annual report to the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. 15 pp. Report (1 MB)

Owen Mason, Bowers, P. M. 2009: The origin of Thule is always elsewhere: Early Thule within Kotzebue Sound, Cul de sac or nursery?. In On the Track of the Thule Culture: New Perspectives in Inuit Prehistory: An International Symposium in Honor of Research Professor H.C. Gullv. Copenhagen: SILA, Danish National Museum, 25 44.

Owen Mason, Ganley, M., Sweeney, M., Alix, C., Barber, V. 2008: An Ipiutak outlier: A late 1st millennium AD Qarigi in Golovnin Bay. Final Report on the Qitchauvik Field School, 1998-2000. NPS Technical Report NPS/AR/CRR/2007/67. Anchorage: National Park Service.

Holmes, C. E., Potter, B A., Reuther, J. D., Owen Mason, Thorson, R. M., Bowers, P. M. 2008: Geological and cultural context of the Nogahabara I site. American Antiquity, 73(4): 781-790.

Owen Mason 2008: Review of Ernest S. Burch, Social Life in Northwest Alaska. Alaska History, 23 (1&2): 64-66.

Owen Mason, Bigelow, N. H. 2008: The crucible of early to mid-Holocene climate in northern Alaska: Does Northern Archaic represent the People of the Spreading Forest?. Arctic Anthropology, 45(2): 39-70.