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Books

Unfreezing the Arctic: Science, Colonialism, and the Transformation of Inuit Lands (University of Chicago Press, 2016)  Press website  Amazon

**Short-listed for the Philip J. Pauly Prize for best book from the Forum for the History of Science in America**

(all author royalties to two youth leadership programs in the Arctic: Alaska Youth for Environmental Action and East Three School On the Land Program)

Articles and Book Chapters

Andrew Stuhl, “Science and Indigenous Knowledge in Land Claims Settlements: Negotiating the Inuvialuit Final Agreement, 1977-1978,” in Stephen Bocking and Daniel Heidt, eds., Cold Science: Environmental Knowledge in the North American Arctic During the Cold War, (Routledge Press, forthcoming in Spring 2019).

Andrew Stuhl, “’For Canada and for Science’: Transnational Modernity and the Report of the Canadian Arctic Expedition 1913-1918,” in Edward Jones-Imhotep and Tina Adcock, eds., Made Modern: Science and Technology in Canadian History, (University of British Columbia Press, 2018), 279-304.

with Pey-Yi Chu, “Reorienting World Environmental History: Pedagogy and Scholarship on Cold Places,” Environment and History vol 23, no 4 (November 2017), 601-616.

Andrew Stuhl, “The Experimental State of Nature:  Science and the Canadian Reindeer Project in the Interwar North,” in Stephen Bocking and Brad Martin, eds., Ice Blink: Navigating Northern Environmental History, (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2017), 63-102.

Andrew Stuhl, “The Disappearing Arctic? Scientific Narrative, Environmental Crisis, and the Ghosts of Colonial History,” in Anna Westerstahl Stenport, Lill-Ann Körber, and Scott MacKenzie, eds. Arctic Environmental Modernities: From the Age of Polar Exploration to the Era of the Anthropocene (Palgrave-MacMillan Press, 2017), 21-42.

“Cold Places: Movement, Knowledge, Time,” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences (2015) doi:10.1007/s13412-015-0260-x.

“The Politics of the ‘New North’: Putting History and Geography at Stake in Arctic Futures,” The Polar Journal (2013).