Études/Inuit/Studies

Volume 30, numéro 1, 2006 Problématiques des sexes Gender issues Sous la direction de Joanna Kafarlowski

Sommaire (22 articles)

  • Introduction: Problématiques des sexes
  • Everyone goes fishing: Understanding procurement for men, women and children in an arctic community
  • Gendered dimensions of environmental health, contaminants and global change in Nunavik, Canada
  • Inuit gender parity and why it was not accepted in the Nunavut legislature
  • Shifting gender regimes: The complexities of domestic violence among Canada's Inuit
  • The gender of the bear
  • Notes de recherche / Short papers

    1. Postsecondary education gender disparities among Inuit in Alaska: A symptom of male malaise?
    2. Men's and women's spheres among couples from Maniitsoq (Greenland)

    Hors thème / Off theme

    1. The participial oblique, a verb mood found only in Nunivak Central Alaskan Yup'ik and in Siberian Yupik

    Note de recherche hors thème / Short paper off theme

    1. Sémantique des affixes incorporants en langue inuit (Groenland oriental)

    Recensions / Book Reviews

    1. BLACKMAN, Margaret B., 2004 Upside Down: Seasons among the Nunamiut, Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 228 pages.
    2. BONNERJEA, René, 2004 Eskimos in Europe: How they got there and what happened to them afterwards, London and Budapest, Biro Family Ltd., 470 pages. [Order from rene@bonnerjea.fslife.co.uk.]
    3. FOX, Shari, 2003 When the weather is Uggianaqtuq; Inuit observations of environmental change, CD-ROM, Boulder, University of Colorado, Departement of Geography, Cartographic Laboratory, Distribué par le National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) and Arctic System Science (ARCSS).
    4. HEATH, John D. and Eugene ARIMA, 2004 Eastern Arctic Kayaks: History, Design, Technique, with contributions by John Brand, Hugh Collings, Harvey Golden, H.C. Petersen, Johannes Rosing and Greg Stamer, Fairbanks, University of Alaska Press, 172 pages.
    5. Hoffecker, John F., 2005 A prehistory of the North. Human settlement of the higher latitude. Foreword by Brian Fagan, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, and London, 225 pages.
    6. HURET, Pauline (dir.), 2003 Les Inuit de l’Arctique canadien, Québec, CIDEF-AFI, Collection Francophonie, 266 pages.
    7. JENNINGS, Michael, 2004 Alaska Native Political Leadership and Higher Education, Walnut Creek, AltaMira Press, 185 pages.
    8. LAUGRAND, Frédéric, 2002 Mourir et renaître. La réception du christianisme par les Inuit de l’Arctique de l’Est canadien(1890-1940), Québec, Les Presses de l’Université Laval, Collection Religions, cultures et sociétés, 560 pages.
    9. LUTZ, Hartmut (ed.), 2005 The Diary of Abraham Ulrikab: Text and Context, Translated by Hartmut Lutz and students from the University of Greifswald, Germany, Ottawa, University of Ottawa Press, 100 pages.
    10. McGhee, Robert, 2004 The last imaginary place. A human history of the arctic world, Gatineau, Canadian Museum of Civilization et Key Porter Books, 296 pages.
    11. SIMARD, Jean-Jacques, 2003 La Réduction. L'Autochtone inventé et les Amérindiens aujourd'hui, Québec, Septentrion, 431 pages.
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