Three Centuries of Woodlands Indian Art: A Collection of Essays contains 18 papers edited by J. C. H. King and Christian F. Feest that presents the writings of leading North American and European scholars and curators about the art traditions of the First Nations of the Woodland cultural region. Several papers have their beginning at a 1999 conference held at the Museum of Mankind. This volume was published in 2007 by the European Review of Native American Studies.
Arctic Clothing of North America: Alaska, Canada, Greenland is a collection of 25 essays and personal recollections presented at a conference held at the British Museum in 2001. Contributors include Inuit and non-Inuit artists and seamstresses, anthropologists, historians, curators and conservators with expertise in Alaska, Canada and Greenland. Topics include clothing and identity, the semiotics and function of dress, the significance of birds in Inuit life, ownership of design, and the ways in which creativity has been affected by rapidly changing traditional societies.