Here are some relevant eJournals you may want to browse:
- Arctic Anthropology - a peer-reviewed academic journal covering research on the archaeology, ethnology, and physical anthropology of arctic and subarctic peoples.
- Polar Journal - a forum for the scholarly discussion of polar issues from a social science and humanities perspective and brings together the considerable number of specialists and policy makers working on these crucial regions across multiple disciplines.
- Etudes Inuit - devoted to the study of Inuit societies, either traditional or contemporary, in the general perspective of social sciences and humanities (ethnology, politics, archaeology, linguistics, history, etc.)
- Arctic - The study of the North American & circumpolar Arctic through the natural & social sciences, the arts & humanities & to acquire, preserve & disseminate information on physical, environmental & social conditions in the North.
- Arctic Yearbook - peer reviewed publication of critical analysis on the Arctic region, with a mandate to inform observers about the state of Arctic politics, governance and security.
- Arktika i Sever / Arctic and North - Russian journal focusing on the Russian North. Articles in English.
Browsing individual journals can lead to inspiration for a research paper topic, but it is not the most effective way to search for articles on a topic. The easiest way to find articles on your topic is to search an online index that indexes journal articles on your topic.