Nunalleq Educational Resource (Walk-through Introduction)

Alice Watterson (Film-maker)

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What was life like for Yup'ik people living on the Bering Sea coast 500 years ago?

Nunalleq: Stories from the Village of Our Ancestors is a free interactive educational resource for Mac and PC which invites children to explore the story of the archaeological excavations of the Nunalleq sod house. This multi-vocal resource was co-designed by the Nunalleq Archaeology Project and local Quinhagak community. It brings together narratives from archaeologists, Elders, Alaska Native artists and young people within the village.

The resource will be distributed to schools in the Lower Kuskokwim School District region on USB's in time for the new term in fall 2019. If you would like a personal copy you can also download and install the resource on your computer or laptop for free here:

Nunalleq Archaeology Project | University of Aberdeen | Qanirtuuq Incorporated | University of Dundee
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSerious Animation
Media of outputFilm
Publication statusPublished - 2019


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