Études/Inuit/Studies

Volume 29, numéro 1-2, 2005 Préserver la langue et les savoirs Preserving language and knowledge

Sommaire (34 articles)

  1. La préservation des langues et des savoirs du Nord
  2. Manifeste (13 décembre 2003)
  3. Biographical notes and bibliography of Michael E. Krauss
  4. Les sens inuit de l’histoire et leurs divergences au Groenland de l’Ouest et au Nunavut
  5. “When our words are put to paper.” Heritage documentation and reversing knowledge shift in the Bering Strait region
  6. Using interactive multimedia to document and communicate Inuit knowledge
  7. Les assistants de recherche amérindiens en tant que médiateurs culturels: expériences en milieux innu et atikamekw du Québec
  8. Two approaches to reversing language shift and the Soviet publication program for indigenous minorities
  9. History of the Naukan Yupik Eskimo dictionary with implications for a future Siberian Yupik dictionary
  10. Eskimo languages in Asia, 1791 on, and the Wrangel Island-Point Hope connection
  11. Labrador Inuttitut: Speaking into the future

Notes de recherche  / Short papers

  1. Rétention linguistique et changement social à Mistissini
  2. From map to horizon; from trail to journey: Documenting Inuit geographic knowledge
  3. Inupiaq writing and international Inuit relations

Documents

  1. An ephemeral anomaly. The metamorphoses of the Eskimo Language School: 1968-1999
  2. Yupik language instruction in Gambell (Saint Lawrence Island, Alaska)
  3. Seven hundred million to one: Personal action in reversing language shift

Hors thème  / Off theme

  1. Contact-induced lexical development in Yupik and Inuit languages
  2. Historical antecedents of /h/, /s/, /j/ and /ř/ in Utkuhiksalik (Inuktitut)

Essai bibliographique  / Book review essay

  1. Collaborative museum research with Yup'ik elders / FIENUP-RIRODAN, Ann, 2005 Yup’ik Elders at the Ethnologisches Museum Berlin: Fieldwork Turned on Its Head, Seattle and London, University of Washington Press, with Bethel, Calista Elders Council, 337 pages. / MEAD, Marie and Ann FIENUP-RIRODAN, 2005 Ciuliamta Akluit: Things of Our Ancestors, Seattle, University of Washington Press, with Bethel, Calista Elders Council, 448 pages.

Recensions  / Book Reviews

  1. BAUER, Stefan, Stefan DONECKER, Aline EHRENFRIED and Markus HIRNSPERGER (eds), 2005 Bruchlinien im Eis. Ethnologie des zirkumpolaren Nordens, Wien, LIT Verlag, Beiträge zum zirkumpolaren Norden / Contributions to Circumpolar Studies, 1, 316 pages.
  2. BOAS, Norman F., 2004 Franz Boas 1858-1942. An Illustrated Biography, Mystic, Connecticut, Seaport Autographs Press, 292 pages.
  3. Daley,Patrick J. and Beverly A. James, 2004 Cultural Politics and the Mass Media: Alaska Native Voices, Urbana and Chicago, University of Illinois Press, 235 pages.
  4. DAMAS, David, 2002 Arctic Migrants / Arctic Villagers. The Transformation of Inuit Settlement in the Central Arctic, Montréal et Kingston, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 277 pages.
  5. Dobrieva, Elizaveta A., Evgeniy V. Golovko, Steven A. Jacobson and Michael E. Krauss (compilers), 2004 Naukan Yupik Eskimo Dictionary, edited by Steven A. Jacobson, Fairbanks, Alaska Native Language Center, 421 pages.
  6. FORTESCUE, Michael, 2005 Comparative Chukotko-Kamchatkan Dictionary, Berlin and New York, Mouton de Gruyter, Trends in Linguistics Documentation, 23, 496 pages.
  7. Koonooka, Christopher Petuwaq (transliterator and translator), 2003 Ungipaghaghlanga. Let Me Tell You a Story. Quutmiit Yupigita Ungipaghaatangit. Legends of the Siberian Eskimos, Transliterated and translated from the Chukotka Collection of G.A. Menovshchikov; Stories Told by Ayveghhaq, Tagikaq, Asuya, Alghalek, Nanughhaq, Wiri, Fairbanks, Alaska Native Language Center, 185 pages.
  8. LAUGRAND, Frédéric, Jarich OOSTEN and Maaki KAKKIK, 2003 Keeping the Faith / Uppirniqainnarniq, with the participation of Inuit elders Pauloosie Angmarlik, Naqi Ekho, Saullu Nakasuk, Kullu Pitsiulak and Simon Shaimaijuk, Inuktitut text translated and edited by Maaki Kakkik and Alexina Kublu, Iqaluit, Language and Culture Program of Nunavut Arctic College, Memory and History in Nunavut / Nunavummi iqqaumajaumajullu qanuinnirijausimajullu ilangit, 3, 187 pages.
  9. Patrick, Donna, 2003 Language, Politics and Social Interaction in an Inuit Community, Berlin and New York, Mouton de Gruyter, Language, Power and Social Process, 8, 269 pages.
  10. Schneider, William, 2002 … So They Understand: Cultural Issues in Oral History, Logan, Utah, Utah State University Press, 198 pages.
  11. SALADIN D’ANGLURE, Bernard et IGLOOLIK ISUMA PRODUCTIONS, 2002 Au Pays des Inuit: Un Film, un Peuple, une Légende (Atanarjuat, La Légende de l’Homme Rapide), Montpellier, Indigène Editions et Harmonia Mundi, 120 pages.
  12. Selinus, Olle, Brian Alloway, Jose A. Centeno, Robert B. Finkelman, Ron Fuge, Ulf Lindh and Pauline Smedley (eds), 2005 Essentials of Medical Geology: impacts of the natural environment on public health, Burlington, Elsevier Academic Press, 812 pages.
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