Director, Arctic Studies Center, Department of Anthropology, Smithsonian Institution
Regional expertise: Arctic
Special areas of interest/research: circumpolar cultures (ample experience in international exhibitions, including Asia/America)
|Anthropologist William Fitzhugh is Director of the Smithsonian
Arctic Studies Center. He is the curator of the Arctic and Subarctic
archaeological collections of the Smithsonian Institution at the
National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.|
Fitzhugh, William, “Arctic Cultures and Global Theory: Historical Tracks along the Circumpolar Road”, in: Christer Westerdahl, A Circumpolar Reappraisal: The Legacy of Gutorm Gjessing (1906-1979), Oxford 2010, pp.87-109.
Fitzhugh, William, “Genghis Khan: Empire and Legacy” in: Morris Rossabi, William Honeychurch, Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire. Washington D.C. 2009, pp.22-39.