Volume 34, numéro 2, 2010 Technologies créatives Creative technologies Sous la direction de Nancy Wachowich

Sommaire (19 articles)

  1. Technologies créatives: expérimentation et pratiques sociales dans les sociétés arctiques / Creative technologies: Experimentation and social practice in Arctic societies
  2. Aleut baseball: Cultural creation and innovation through a sporting event
  3. Body techniques of health: Making products and shaping selves in northwest Alaska
  4. Starting Fire with Gunpowder revisited: Inuktitut New Media content creation in the Canadian Arctic
  5. Uploading selves: Inuit digital storytelling on YouTube
  6. Who’s afraid of Kaassassuk? Writing as a tool in coping with changing cosmology

Hors thème

  1. Mad dogs and (mostly) Englishmen: Colonial relations, commodities, and the fate of Inuit sled dogs
  2. Le contrôle des chiens dans trois communautés du Nunavik au milieu du 20e siècle

Note de recherche

  1. The Inuit presence at the first Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission national event


  1. DORAIS, Louis-Jacques, 2010 The Language of the Inuit: Syntax, semantics and society in the Arctic, Montreal and Kingston, McGill-Queen's University Press, 396 pages.
  2. EVANS, Michael Robert, 2010 The Fast Runner: Filming the Legend of Atanarjuat, Lincoln and London, University of Nebraska Press, 162 pages.
  3. KAFAROWSKI, Joanna (ed.), 2009 Gender, Culture and Northern Fisheries, Edmonton, CCI Press, 242 pages.
  4. MAHIEU, Marc-Antoine and Nicole TERSIS (eds), 2009 Variations on Polysynthesis: The Eskaleut Languages, Amsterdam and Philadelphia, John Benjamins Publishing Company, Typological Studies in Language, 86, 312 pages.
  5. McELROY, Ann, 2008 Nunavut Generations: Change and Continuity in Canadian Inuit Communities, Long Grove, Waveland Publishers, 200 pages.
  6. WEETALUKTUK, Joby et Robert BRYANT, 2008 Le monde de Tivi Etok. La vie et l’art d’un aîné inuit, Montréal, Les Éditions MultiMondes /Institut culturel Avataq, 220 pages.
  7. WENZEL, George W., 2008 Sometimes Hunting Can Seem Like Business: Polar Bear Sport Hunting in Nunavut, Edmonton, Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press, 120 pages.
  1. Revue des thèses / Survey of dissertations
  2. In memoriam : Ernest S. “Tiger” Burch, Jr. (1938-2010)
  3. In memoriam : David J. Damas (1926-2010)

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