Volume 27, Number 1-2, 2003 Architecture paléoesquimaude Palaeoeskimo Architecture Guest-edited by Sylvie LeBlanc and Murielle Nagy

Table of contents (40 articles)

  1. Préface
  2. Preface
  3. Architecture paléoesquimaude : sous la direction de Sylvie LeBlanc et Murielle Nagy
  4. Palaeoeskimo architecture: Guest-edited by Sylvie LeBlanc and Murielle Nagy
  5. An Early Arctic Small Tool tradition structure from interior Northwestern Alaska
  6. An overview of Palaeoeskimo architectural remains in the Central Canadian Low Arctic
  7. Identifying Pre-Dorset structural features on southern Baffin Island: Challenges and considerations for alternative sampling methods
  8. A Late Dorset semi-subterranean structure from the Bell Site (NiNg-2), Ekalluk River, Victoria Island
  9. Un alignement de pierres peut-il être un nangissat paléoesquimau?
  10. Analyse spatiale et architecture du site dorsétien GhGk-63 (Kuujjuarapik, Nunavik)
  11. Habitations, camps et territoires des Inuit de la région de Kangiqsujuaq-Salluit, Nunavik
  12. Variability and change in Palaeo-Eskimo architecture: A view from the Canadian High Arctic
  13. Transitional occupations of southeastern Somerset Island, Nunavut
  14. The Dorset culture longhouse at Brooman Point, Nunavut
  15. Late Dorset architecture on Little Cornwallis Island, Nunavut
  16. Palaeoeskimo dwellings in Greenland: A survey
  17. Palaeo-Eskimo gathering site architecture: An example from Godthåb Fjord, Greenland
  18. The architecture at three Saqqaq sites in the Nuuk Fjord, Greenland
  19. Hearth and home of the Palaeo-Eskimos
  20. A review of Palaeoeskimo dwelling structures in Newfoundland and Labrador
  21. Palaeoeskimo structures in the Okak region of Labrador
  22. A Groswater Palaeoeskimo feature from Coachman's Cove, Newfoundland / Une structure paléoesquimaude groswatérienne à Coachman's Cove, Terre-Neuve
  23. A Middle Dorset semi-subterranean dwelling at Point Riche, Newfoundland
  24. A Middle Dorset Palaeoeskimo structure at Peat Garden North, northwest Newfoundland
  25. A Middle Dorset dwelling in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland

Recensions / Book Reviews

  1. Bravo, Michael and Sverker Sorlin (eds), 2002, Narrating the Arctic: A Cultural History of Nordic Scientific Practices, Canton, Science History Publications, ix + 373 pages; figures, maps, and photos; chapter notes and index.
  2. BUCHWALD, Vagn Fabritius, 2001, Ancient Iron and Slags in Greenland, Meddelelser om Grønland: Man & Society, 26, 92 pages. Illustrated.
  3. Fitzhugh, William W., Stephen Loring and Daniel Odess (eds), 2002, Honouring Our Elders. A History of Eastern Arctic Archaeology, Washington, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Arctic Studies Center, Contributions to Circumpolar Anthropology, 2, 319 pages.
  4. GAGNON, Mélanie and Iqaluit Elders, 2002, Inuit recollections on the military presence in Iqaluit, Iqaluit, Nunavut Arctic College, Memory and History in Nunavut, 2, x + 346 pages.
  5. GOLOVNEV, Andrei V. and Gail OSHERENKO, 1999, Siberian Survival: The Nenets and their Story, Ithaca and London, Cornell University Press, xiii + 176 pages.
  6. GRANT, Shelagh D., 2002, Arctic justice: On trial for murder, Pond Inlet, 1923, Montréal and Kingston, McGill-Queen's University Press, 342 pages, maps, photographs.
  7. HAMELIN, Louis-Edmond, 2002, Le Québec par des mots. L'hiver et le Nord, avec la participation de Marie-Claude Lavallée, projet supervisé par Hélène Cajolet-Laganière et Pierre Martel, Sherbrooke, Fondation de l'Université de Sherbrooke, vi + 723 pages, notes, bibliographie, annexes.
  8. Leonard, David Downie and Terry Fenge (eds), 2003, Northern Lights against POPs, Combatting Toxic Threats in the Arctic, Montreal and Kingston, Published for the Inuit Circumpolar Conference Canada by McGill-Queen's University Press, 354 pages, illustrations, maps, tables, figures, appendices.
  9. NUTTALL, Mark, 1998, Protecting the Arctic, Indigenous Peoples and Cultural Survival, Amsterdam, Harwood Academic Publishers, 193 pages.
  10. Rholem, Karim, 2001, Uvattinnit. Le Peuple du Grand Nord. The People of the Far North, Montréal, Stanké, 84 pages.
  11. Scott, Colin H. (ed.), 2001, Aboriginal Autonomy and Development in Northern Quebec and Labrador, Vancouver, UBC Press, 436 pages.
  12. WACHOWICH, Nancy, in collaboration with Apphia Agalakti AWA, Rhoda Kaukjak KATSAK, and Sandra Pikujak KATSAK, 1999, Saqiyuq, Stories from the Lives of Three Inuit Women, Montréal and Kingston, McGill-Queen's University Press.
  13. Thorpe, Natasha, Naikak Hakongak, Sandra Eyegetok and the Kitikmeot Elders, 2001, Thunder on the Tundra: Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit of the Bathurst Caribou, Vancouver, Tuktu and Nogak Project, 208 pages.
  1. Revue des revues / Survey of periodicals
  2. Thèses / Dissertations

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