Études/Inuit/Studies

Volume 30, Number 2, 2006 L’influence de Marcel Mauss The influence of Marcel Mauss Guest-edited by Bernard Saladin d’Anglure

Table of contents (18 articles)

  1. Introduction: L’influence de Marcel Mauss sur l’anthropologie des Inuit
  2. Against determinism: A reassessment of Marcel Mauss’s essay on seasonal variations
  3. “A privileged field of study”: Marcel Mauss and structural anthropology in Leiden
  4. Variations saisonnières et échange-don de nourriture chez les Inuit du Nunavik
  5. Sociality, temporality and locality in a contemporary Inuit community
  6. Seeing like an Inuit family: The relationship between house form and culture in northern Canada

Hors thème  / Off theme

  1. The symbolic dimensions of whale bone use in Thule winter dwellings
  2. Discours et identité à Iqaluit après l’avènement du Nunavut
  3. More bears, less bears: Inuit and scientific perceptions of polar bear populations on the west coast of Hudson Bay

Essai bibliographique  / Book review essay

  1. Recent books on Inuit oral history / ALUNIK, Ishmael, Eddie D. KOLAUSOK and David MORRISON, 2003 Across Time and Tundra. The Inuvialuit of the Western Arctic, Vancouver, Raincoast, Seattle, University of Washington Press, Gatineau, Canadian Museum of Civilization, 230 pages. / BENNETT, John and Susan ROWLEY (compilers and editors), 2004 Uqalurait. An Oral History of Nunavut, Montreal, McGill-Queen’s University Press. 473 pages. / BROWER, Harry, Sr., 2004 The Whales, They Give Themselves. Conversations with Harry Brower, Sr., edited by Karen Brewster, Fairbanks, University of Alaska Press, Oral Biography Series, 4, 232 pages. / OKPIK, Abraham, 2005 We Call It Survival. The Life Story of Abraham Okpik, edited by Louis McComber, Iqaluit, Nunavut Arctic College, Life Stories of Northern Leaders Series, 1, 384 pages. / PANEAK, Simon, 2004 In a Hungry Country. Essays by Simon Paneak, edited by John Martin Campbell with contributions by Grant Spearman, Robert L. Rausch and Stephen C. Porter, Fairbanks, University of Alaska Press, 125 pages. / PINSON, Elizabeth Bernhardt, 2004 Alaska’s Daughter. An Eskimo Memoir of the Early Twentieth Century, Logan, Utah State University Press, 212 pages.

Recensions  / Book Reviews

  1. ANDERSON, Wanni W., 2005 The Dall Sheep Dinner Guest: Inupiaq Narratives of Northwest Alaska, Fairbanks, University of Alaska Press, 293 pages.
  2. HOLST, Jan Henrik, 2005 Einführung in die eskimo-aleutischen Sprachen, Hamburg, Buske, 280 pages.
  3. JOLLES, Carol Zane (with Elinor Mikaghaq Oozeva), 2002 Faith Food and Family in a Yupik Whaling Community, Seattle, University of Washington Press, 364 pages.
  4. KEITH, Darren (with Jerry Arqviq, Louie Kamookak, Jackie Ameralik and the Gjoa Haven Hunters’ and Trappers’ Organization), 2005 Inuit Qaujimaningit Nanurnut. Inuit Knowledge of Polar Bears. A project of the Gjoa Haven Hunters’ and Trappers’ Organization, Edmonton, CCI Press, Solstice series, 4, 242 pages.
  5. SALADIN D’ANGLURE, Bernard, 2006 Être et renaître inuit: homme, femme ou chamane, Paris, Gallimard, 429 pages.
  6. STERN, Pamela and Lisa STEVENSON (eds), 2006 Critical Inuit Studies. An Anthology of Contemporary Arctic Ethnography, Lincoln and London, University of Nebraska Press, 302 pages.
  7. WHITE, Patrick, 2004 Mountie in Mukluks: The Arctic Adventures of Bill White, Maderia Park, B.C., Harbour Publishing, 248 pages.
  1. Thèses / Dissertations

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