The Alaska Native Knowledge Network's goal is to serve as a resource for compiling and exchanging information related to Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing. It has been established to assist Native people, government agencies, educators and the general public in gaining access to the knowledge base that Alaska Natives have acquired through cumulative experience over millennia.
The collective works of Ray Barnhardt
We now have all of Ray's work compiled in one place. Check it out! So much information!
The collective works of Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley
Check out our newly compiled library of Angayuqaq's written work! Nice to have them all in one place.
Also, did you see this recent Oscar Kawagley story in UAF's centennial magazine?
The roll out of our new website
A lot of exciting changes are taking place at ANKN... not the least of which is the roll out of our new website! Take a look at the video to learn more!
Help us build and improve our website by filling out this Google form!
As you explore ANKN's website, you'll notice a number of Google Forms throughout. Each of this forms are different, and they give you the opportunity to give us direct feed back on the specific page your looking at. Our goal is to tailor our site to your needs, and these forms are a major tool for you to express what those needs are. They are all short, so to get things started, the below form ask some general questions about the homepage! Thanks, and can't wait to hear your thoughts!
ANKN's has a new communication strategy!
Access to our old ANKN website
Note: resources on the old website are no longer being maintained. Many links may be broken and/or connected to organizations that no longer exist.