Études/Inuit/Studies

Volume 33, numéro 1-2, 2009 Éducation et transmission des savoirs inuit au Canada Education and transmission of Inuit knowledge in Canada

Sommaire (21 articles)

 

  1. Éducation et transmission des savoirs inuit au Canada
  2. “It’s like they have two parents”: Consequences of inconsistent socialisation of Inuit children
  3. Eurocentric roadblocks to school change in Nunavut
  4. Culturally relevant schooling in Nunavut: Views of secondary school educators
  5. Protecting embers to light the qulliit of Inuit learning in Nunavut communities
  6. Transfer of Inuit qaujimajatuqangit in modern Inuit society
  7. Inuit perspectives on sustaining bilingualism in Nunavut
  8. Minorité franco-nunavoise et majorité inuit: tensions et coopération dans les débats sur l’éducation
  9. Inuit education in Alberta and Nunavik (Canada)
  10. The influence of family history on learning opportunities of Inuvialuit youth
  11. La médiation des savoirs auprès des enseignants inuit en formation
  12. Les cérémonies de remise de diplômes au Nunavik

Note de recherche  / Research note

  1. Le rapport à l’écrit d’enseignants inuit en formation

Recensions  / Book reviews

  1. BADTEN, Linda Womkon, Vera O. KANESHIRO, Marie OOVI, and Christopher KOONOOKA, 2008 St. Lawrence Island/Siberian Yupik Eskimo Dictionary, two volumes, edited by Steven A. Jacobson, Fairbanks, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska Native Language Center, 940 pages. / TERSIS, Nicole, 2008 Forme et sens des mots du Tunumiisut. Lexique inuit du Groenland oriental, Louvain, Paris and Dudley, Peeters, collection Arctique, 9, 590 pages.
  2. DUHAIME, Gérard and Nick BERNARD (eds), 2008 Arctic Food Security, Edmonton, Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press, 344 pages.
  3. EBER, Dorothy Harley, 2008 Encounters on the Passage: Inuit Meet the Explorers, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 168 pages.
  4. FIENUP-RIORDAN, Ann, 2007 Yuungnaqpiallerput. The Way We Genuinely Live. Masterworks of Yup’ik Science and Survival. University of Washington Press, with Anchorage Museum Association and Calista Elders Council, 360 pages.
  5. LAUGRAND, Frédéric and Jarich OOSTEN, 2008 The Sea Woman: Sedna in Inuit Shamanism and Art in the Eastern Arctic, Fairbanks, University of Alaska Press, 152 pages.
  6. SONTAG, Natascha, 2007 Carte Inuktitun Inuit Nunanginni Kanatami. The Inuit Language in Inuit Communities in Canada. La langue inuit dans les communautés Inuit au Canada, Fairbanks, University of Alaska Press.

 

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