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Wendy Arundale

Wendy Arundale

Wendy Arundale is an anthropologist who conducted extensive cultural and language research in the Koyukon Athabascan area of the upper Koyukuk River in interior Alaska. She has conducted oral history interviews in Allakaket, Alatna, Hughes and Huslia, and worked in conjunction with Koyukon elder, Eliza Jones, to help document Native place names of the region. She went on to earn a Ph.D. in psychology in 2005 from the Union Institute and University, publishing a thesis titled "The Healing Constellation: A Conceptual Framework for Treating Trauma among Athabaskan Women in Alaska."

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