Études/Inuit/Studies

Volume 28, numéro 1, 2004 Art et représentation Art and representation

Sommaire (24 articles)

  1. Introduction
  2. Introduction
  3. Terms of engagement: The collaborative representation of Alutiiq identity
  4. Representing indigenous cultures: Alaska Native contemporary art exhibits in Anchorage
  5. Weaving culture: The many dimensions of the Yup’ik Eskimo mingqaaq
  6. Inuksuk: Icon of the Inuit of Nunavut
  7. Festive clothing and national costumes in 20th century East Greenland
  8. Bois flottés et archéologie de l’Arctique: contribution à la préhistoire récente du détroit de Béring
  9. Northern political culture?: Political behaviour in Nunavut

Débat  / Debate

  1. Rectitude politique ou rectitude linguistique? Comment orthographier «Inuit» en français

Essais bibliographiques  / Book review essays

  1. Art exhibition catalogues / BOUCHARD, Marie, 2002 Marion Tuu’luq, Exhibition catalogue, Ottawa, National Gallery of Ottawa, 110 pages. / WIGHT, Darlene, 2003 Rankin Inlet Ceramics, Exhibition catalogue, Winnipeg, The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 64 pages. / WIGHT, Darlene, 2004 The Jerry Twomey Collection, Exhibition catalogue, Winnipeg, The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 128 pages.
  2. Lectures sur les arts visuels inuit du Nunavik / FINCKENTEIN, Maria von (dir.), 1999 Celebrating Inuit Art, 1948-1970, catalogue d’exposition, Hull, Musée canadien des civilisations et Key Porter Books, 191 pages. / HESSEL, Ingo, 1998 Inuit Art/An Introduction, Vancouver, Douglas and McIntyre, 198 pages. / NOËL, Michel et Jean CHAUMELY, 1998 Histoires de l’art des Inuits du Québec, Montréal, Éditions Hurtubise HMH, 115 pages. / SAUCIER, Céline, 1998 Le refus de l’oubli: femmes-sculptures du Nunavik, Québec, Les éditions de L’instant même, 191 pages. / SEIDELMAN, Harold et James TURNER, 2001 The Inuit Imagination: Arctic Myth and Sculpture, Vancouver, Douglas and McIntyre, 224 pages. / SWINTON, George, 1999 Sculpture of the Inuit (revised and updated edition), Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 302 pages.

Recensions  / Book Reviews

  1. Angilirq, Paul Apak, Zacharias KUNUK, Norman Cohn, Hervé Paniaq, Pauloosie Qulitalik, Bernard Saladin d'Anglure, Isuma Productions, 2002 AtanarjuatThe Fast Runner, Igloolik, Isuma Publishing, and Vancouver Coach House Books, 240 pages.
  2. BORDIN, Guy, 2003 Lexique analytique de l’anatomie humaine. Analytical lexicon of human anatomy. Timiup ilangitta atingit Nunavimmilu Nunavummilu, préface de Paul Okalik, Louvain et Paris, Peeters, 362 pages.
  3. Crowell, Aron L., Amy F. Steffian and Gordon L. Pullar (eds), 2001 Looking Both Ways. Heritage and Identity of the Alutiiq People, Fairbanks, University of Alaska Press, 265 pages.
  4. DAHL, Jens, 2000 Saqqaq: An Inuit Hunting Community in the Modern World, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 277 pages.
  5. Fienup-Riordan, Ann (ed.), 2003 Qulirat Qanemcit-llu Kinguvarcimalriit, Stories for Future Generations: The Oratory of Yup’ik Elder Paul John, Bethel, Calista Elders Council, and Seattle, University of Washington Press, stories translated by Sophie Shield, 778 pages.
  6. FRANCESCHI, Gérard, Asger JORN, Tinna MØBJERG et Jens ROSING, 2001 Folk Art in Greenland throughout a Thousand Years, Köln, Verlag Der Buchhandlung Walther Köning, Ten Thousand Years of Folk Art in the North, 263 pages.
  7. Grace, Sherrill E., 2001 Canada and the Idea of North, Montreal and Kingston, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 342 pages.
  8. Hart, Eliza J, 2001 Reindeer Days Remembered, Inuvik, Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre, 112 pages.
  9. NASBY, Judith, 2002 Irene Avaalaaqiaq: Myth and Reality, Montreal and Kingston, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 128 pages.
  10. RODON, Thierry, 2003 En partenariat avec l’État. Les expériences de cogestion des Autochtones du Canada, Québec, Les Presses de l’Université Laval, 315 pages.
  1. Revue des revues
  2. In Memoriam : Graham Rowley (1912-2003)