Corps de l’article

Anthropologie / Anthropology

CRUICKSHANK, Pippa, Devorah ROMANEK, Vanessa SAIZ GOMEZ, 2011 Arctic survival, British Museum Magazine, 69: 52-53.

DUPRÉ, Florence, 2011 L’exercice des parentés et la transmission des savoirs relationnels: recherche exploratoire sur les sites de réseaux sociaux des Inuit des îles Belcher (Nunavut), Anthropologie et sociétés, 35(1-2): 87-110.

IKUTA, Hiroko, 2011 Embodied knowledge, relations with the environment, and political negotiation: St. Lawrence Island Yupik and Inupiaq dance in Alaska, Arctic Anthropology, 48(1): 54-65.

SHACKEL, Paul A., 2011 A snapshot of tourism in Greenland, International Journal of Heritage Studies, 17(1): 81-88.

Archéologie / Archaeology

BYERS, David A., David R. YESNER, Jack M. BROUGHTON et al., 2011 Stable isotope chemistry, population histories and late prehistoric subsistence change in the Aleutian Islands, Journal of archaeological science, 38(1):183-196.

DABBS, Gretchen R., 2011 Health status among prehistoric Eskimos from Point Hope, Alaska, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 146(1): 94-103.

FOUGÈRE, Félicie, 2011 Pour une modélisation du cycle annuel de nomadisation des chasseurs-cueilleurs: données ethnographiques et conditions d’applications archéologiques, Bulletin de la Société préhistorique française, 108(2): 201-220

GOLDING, Kirsty A., Ian A. SIMPSON, J. Edward SCHOFIELD et al., 2011 Norse-Inuit interaction and landscape change in Southern Greenland? A geochronological, pedological, and palynological investigation, Geoarchaeology, 26(3): 315-345.

LEMIEUX, Anne-Marie, Najat BHIRY, Pierre M. DESROSIERS, 2011 The geoarchaeology and traditional knowledge of winter sod houses in Eastern Hudson Bay, Canadian Low Arctic, Geoarchaeology, 26(4): 479-500.

MONCHOT, Herve, Daniel GENDRON, 2011 Fox exploitation by the Paleoeskimo at the Tayara Site, Nunavik, Arctic Anthropology, 48(1): 15-32.

ROGERS, Jason S., Evguenia V. ANICHTCHENKO, 2011 A whalebone mask from Amaknak Island, Eastern Aleutian Islands, Alaska, Arctic Anthropology, 48(1): 66-79.


COWARD WIGHT, Darlene, 2011 Nunavik: North of 60°, Inuit Art Quarterly, 26(1): 57-60.

DORFMAN, John, 2011 Record-breaker: Complex mask, Yup’ik, Art & Antiques, 34(3): 96.

GUSTAVISON, Susan, 2011 Pangnirtung 2010 prints: A pot-stirring collection, Inuit Art Quarterly, 26(1): 53-55.

MAIRE, Aurélie, 2011 Le domaine artistique contemporain de l’arctique canadien dans l’environnement numérique: réflexion sur les notions de droit d’auteur et de propriété intellectuelle, Anthropologie et sociétés, 35(1-2): 209-227.

McMASTER, Gerald, 2011 Inuit modern sculpture from the Arctic, Queens Quarterly, 118(1): 6-15.

MITCHELL, Marybelle, 2011 Inuit Art Quarterly in review, Inuit Art Quarterly, 26(1): 12-52.

Droit / Law

CLARK, Scott, >2011 The Nunavut Court of Justice: An example of challenges and alternatives for communities and for the administration of justice, Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 53(3): 343-370.

Économie / Economy

COLLINGS, Peter, 2011 Economic strategies, community, and food networks in Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, Canada, Arctic, 64(2): 207-219.

FORD, James D., Maude BEAUMIER, 2011 Feeding the family during times of stress: Experience and determinants of food insecurity in an Inuit community, Geographical Journal, 177: 44-61.

MILLS, Suzanne E., 2011 Beyond the blue and green: The need to consider Aboriginal Peoples’ relationships to resource development in labor-environment campaigns, Labor Studies Journal, 36(1): 104-121.

WENZEL, George W., 2011 Polar bear management, sport hunting and Inuit subsistence at Clyde River, Nunavut, Marine Policy, 35(4): 457-465.

Éducation / Education

ARNTZEN, Betsy, Amy SOTHERDEN, 2011 The Arctic-A Global Hot Spot: Resources for Teaching the Geography of the Contemporary Canadian Arctic, Geography Teacher, 8(2): 75-81.

GUNN, Thelma M., Guy POMAHAC, Evelyn GOOD STRIKER, Johnel TAILFEATHERS, 2011 First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Education: The Alberta Initiative for School Improvement Approach to Improve Indigenous Education in Alberta, Journal of Educational Change, 12(3): 323-345.

LIPKA, Jerry, Dora ANDREW-IHRKE, Eva Evelyn YANEZ, 2011 Yup’ik cosmology to school mathematics: The power of symmetry and proportional measuring, Interchange, 42(2): 157-183.

McAULEY, Alexander, Fiona WALTON, 2011 Decolonizing cyberspace: Online support for the Nunavut, International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 12(4): 17-34.

RASMUSSEN, Derek, 2011 Forty years of struggle and still no right to Inuit education in Nunavut, Interchange, 42(2): 137-155.

SIEKMANN, Sabine, Walkie CHARLES, 2011 Upingakuneng (when they are ready): Dynamic assessment in a third semester Yugtun class, Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, 18(2): 151-168.

SMITH, Clayton, Susan GOTTHEIL, 2011 Increasing accessibility: Lessons learned in retaining special population students in Canada, College & University, 86(4): 47-52.

Environnement / Environment

ALEXANDER, Clarence, Nora BYNUM, Elizabeth JOHNSON et al., 2011 Linking indigenous and scientific knowledge of climate change, Bioscience, 61(6): 477-484.

CROWLEY, Paul, 2011 Interpreting “dangerous” in the United Nations framework convention on climate change and the human rights of Inuit, Regional Environmental Change, 11(1): S265-S274.

DOWNING, Ashleigh, Alain CUERRIER, 2011 A synthesis of the impacts of climate change on the First Nations and Inuit of Canada, Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 10(1): 57-70.

HERMAN-MERCER, Nicole, Paul F. SCHUSTER, Karonhiakt’tie Bryan MARACLE, 2011 Indigenous observations of climate change in the Lower Yukon River Basin, Alaska, Human Organization, 70(3): 244-252.

PEARCE, Tristan, Harold WRIGHT, Roland NOTAINA et al., 2011 Transmission of environmental knowledge and land skills among Inuit men in Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, Canada, Human Ecology, 39(3): 271-288.

Géographie / Geography

APORTA, Claudio, 2011 Shifting perspectives on shifting ice: Documenting and representing Inuit use of the sea ice, The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 55(1): 6-19.

APORTA, Claudio, John MacDONALD, 2011 An elder on sea ice: An interview with Aipilik Inuksuk of Igloolik, Nunavut, The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 55(1): 32-35.

APORTA, Claudio, D.R. Fraser TAYLOR, Gita J. LAIDLER, 2011 Geographies of Inuit sea ice use: Introduction, The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 55(1): 1-5.

FREEMAN, Milton M.R., 2011 Looking back—and looking ahead—35 years after the Inuit land use and occupancy project, The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 55(1): 20-31.

GEARHEARD, Shari, Claudio APORTA, Gary AIPELLEE, Kyle O’KEEFE, 2011 The Igliniit project: Inuit hunters document life on the trail to map and monitor Arctic change, The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 55(1): 42-55.

HEYES, Scott A., 2011 Cracks in the knowledge: Sea ice terms in Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik, The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 55(1): 69-90.

INUKSUK, Aipilik, 2011 On the nature of sea ice around Igloolik, The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 55(1): 36-41.

KRUPNIK, Igor, 2011 “How many Eskimo words for ice?” Collecting Inuit sea ice terminologies in the International Polar Year 2007-2008, The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 55(1): 56-68.

LAIDLER, Gita J., Tom HIROSE, Mark KAPFER, Theo IKUMMAQ, Eric JOAMIE, Pootoogoo ELEE, 2011 Evaluating the floe edge service: How well can SAR imagery address Inuit community concerns around sea ice change and travel safety?, The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 55(1): 91-107.

PULSIFER, Peter L., Gita J. LAIDLER, D. R. FRASER TAYLOR, Amos HAYES, 2011 Towards an Indigenist data management program: Reflections on experiences developing an atlas of sea ice knowledge and use, The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 55(1): 108-124.

Linguistique / Linguistics

COMPTON, Richard, B. Elan DRESHER, 2011 Palatalization and “strong I” across Inuit dialects, Canadian Journal of Linguistics/Revue Canadienne de Linguistique, 56(2): 203-228.

SHERKINA-LIEBER, Marina, Ana T. PEREZ-LEROUX, Alana JOHNS, 2011 Grammar without speech production: The case of Labrador Inuttitut heritage receptive bilinguals, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 14(3): 301-317.

Littérature / Literature

MARTIN, Keavy, Sam McKAGNEY, 2011 Inuvialuit critical autobiography and the carceral writing of Anthony Apakark Thrasher, Canadian Literature, 208: 65-83.

O’NEILL, Angeline, 2011 Aboriginal Australian and Canadian First Nations Children’s Literature, CLCWeb-Comparative Literature and Culture, 13(2): Article 4.

Politique / Politics

CHRISTIE, Gordon, 2011 Indigeneity and sovereignty in Canada’s Far North: The Arctic and Inuit sovereignty, South Atlantic Quarterly, 110(2): 329-346.

GERHARDT, Hannes, 2011 The Inuit and sovereignty: The case of the Inuit Circumpolar Conference and Greenland, Politik, 14(1): 6-14.

STRANDSBJERG, Jeppe, 2011 Geopolitics, natural boundaries and cartopolitics in the Arctic, Politik, 14(1): 51-60.

WEBER, Barret, Rob SHIELDS, 2011 The virtual north: On the boundaries of sovereignty, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 34(1): 103-120.


LEETE, Art, Laur VALLIKIVI, 2011 Imitating enemies or friends. Comparative notes on Christianity in the Indigenous Russian Arctic during the Early Soviet Period, Asian Ethnology, 70(1): 81-104.

Santé / Health

BRUBAKER, Michael Y., Jacob N. BELL, James E. BERNER, John A. WARREN, 2011 Climate change health assessment: A novel approach for Alaska Native communities, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 70(3): 266-273.

DAVISON, Colleen M., Catherine S. FORD, Paul A. PETERS et al., 2011 Community-driven alcohol policy in Canada’s northern territories 1970-2008, Health Policy, 102(1): 34-40.

DOUGLAS, Vasiliki Kravariotis, 2011 The Rankin Inlet Birthing Centre: Community midwifery in the Inuit context, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 70(2): 178-186.

GEORGE, M. Anne , 2011 Review of procedures for approval of health studies in northern Canada, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 70(4): 354-362.

HEALEY, G. K., K. M. MAGNER, R. RITTER, R. KAMOOKAK, A. ANINGMIUQ, B. ISSALUK, K. MACKENZIE, L. ALLARDYCE, A. STOCKDALE, P. MOFFIT, 2011 Community perspectives on the impact of climate change on health in Nunavut, Canada, Arctic, 64(1): 89-97.

JOHNSON, Rhonda, Robin MORALES, Doreen LEAVITT, Catherine CARRY, Dianne KINNON, Denise RIDEOUT, Kath CLARIDA, 2011 Pan-Arctic TV series on Inuit wellness: A northern model of communication for social change? , International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 70(3): 236-244.

MARTIN, Debbie H., 2011 “Now we got lots to eat and they’re telling us not to eat it”: Understanding changes to south-east Labrador Inuit relationships to food, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 70(4): 384-396.

PUFALL, Erica L., Andria Q. JONES, Scott A. MCEWEN, Charlene LYALL, Andrew S. PEREGRINE, Victoria L. EDGE, 2011 Perception of the importance of traditional country foods to the physical, mental, and spiritual health of Labrador Inuit, Arctic, 64(2): 242-250.

TIAN, Wenjing, Grace M. EGELAND, Isaac SOBOL et al., 2011 Mercury hair concentrations and dietary exposure among Inuit preschool children in Nunavut, Canada, Environment International, 37(1): 42-48.

WELFINGER-SMITH, Gretchen, Judith L. MINHOLZ, Sam BYRNE et al., 2011 Organochlorine and metal contaminants in traditional foods from St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, 74(18): 1195-1214.

WEXLER, Lisa, 2011 Behavioral Health Services “Don’t Work for Us”: Cultural Incongruities in Human Service Systems for Alaska Native Communities, American Journal of Community Psychology, 47(1-2): 157-169.

WEXLER, Lisa, 2011 Intergenerational dialogue exchange and action: Introducing a community-based participatory approach to connect youth, adults and elders in an Alaskan native community, International journal of qualitative methods, 10(3): 248-264.

WOOD, Darryl S., 2011 Alcohol controls and violence in Nunavut: A comparison of wet and dry communities, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 70(1): 19-28.