Volume 28, numéro 2, 2004 Espaces-Lieux-Noms Spaces-Places-Names Sous la direction de Ludger Müller-Wille et Linna Weber Müller-Wille

Sommaire (26 articles)

  1. Introduction
  2. Routes, trails and tracks: Trail breaking among the Inuit of Igloolik
  3. Caribou, river and ocean: Harvaqtuurmiut landscape organization and orientation
  4. The Inuit as geographers: The case of Eenoolooapik
  5. Toponymies of lesser-used languages in the North: Issues of socio-linguistic conditions among Inuit and Sámi
  6. Recueillir les toponymes inuit. Pour quoi faire?
  7. La toponymie religieuse et l’appropriation symbolique du territoire par les Inuit du Nunavik et du Nunavut

Hors thème / Off theme

  1. Narwhal hunting by Pond Inlet Inuit: An analysis of foraging mode in the floe-edge environment
  2. How far west into Asia have Eskimo languages been spoken, and which ones?

Note de recherche / Short paper

  1. The work of Knud Rasmussen in the Canadian Arctic as described by RCMP Inspector Stuart Wood


Débat / Debate

Recensions / Book Reviews

  1. Bancroft Hunt, Norman, 2002 Shamanism in North America, Toronto, Key Porter Books, 232 pages.
  2. Christensen, Neil Blair, 2003 Inuit in Cyberspace - Embedding Offline Identities Online, Copenhagen, Museum and Tusculanum Press and University of Copenhagen, 152 pages.
  3. 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, 393 pages.
  4. Buijs, Cunera C.M., 2004 Furs and Fabrics. Transformations, Clothing and Identity in East Greenland, Leiden, Leiden University, CNSW, 269 pages.
  5. Jochelson, Waldemar, 2002 Archaeological Investigations in the Aleutian Islands, Salt Lake City, The University of Utah Press, Anthropology of Pacific North America Series, originally published by the Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1925, 192 p. / Jochelson, Waldemar, 2002 History, Ethnology and Anthropology of the Aleut, Salt Lake City, The University of Utah Press, Anthropology of Pacific North America Series, originally published by the Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1933, 104 p.
  6. Krupnik, Igor and Lars Krutak, 2002 Akuzilleput Igaqullghet Our Words Put to Paper. Sourcebook in St. Lawrence Island Yupik Heritage and History, compiled and edited by Igor Krupnik, Willis Walunga (Kepelgu) and Vera Metcalf (Qaakaghlleq), Washington, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Arctic Studies Center, 460 pages.
  7. LEE, Molly and Gregory A. REINHARDT, 2003 Eskimo architecture: dwelling and structure in the early historic period, Fairbanks, University of Alaksa Press and University of Alaska Museum, 216 pages.
  8. McGHEE, Robert, 2001 The Arctic Voyages of Martin Frobisher: An Elizabethan Adventure, Montreal and Kingston, Canadian Museum of Civilization and McGill-Queen’s University Press, 200 pages.
  9. McPHERSON, Robert, 2003 New Owners in Their Own Land, Minerals and Inuit Land Claims, Calgary, University of Calgary Press, 305 pages.
  10. MARTIN, Thibault, 2003 De la banquise au congélateur. Mondialisation et culture au Nunavik. Québec, Les Presses de l’Université Laval, 202 pages.
  11. NAPPAALUK, Mitiarjuk, 2002 Sanaaq, roman translittéré et traduit de l’inuktitut au français par Bernard Saladin d’Anglure, préface et postface de Bernard Saladin d’Anglure, Québec, Stanké, 303 pages.
  1. Thèses / Dissertations

In Memoriam

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