Études/Inuit/Studies

Volume 36, numéro 1, 2012 Les peuples de l’Arctique et le bois Arctic peoples and wood Sous la direction de Claire Alix

Sommaire (17 articles)

  • Introduction: les peuples de l’Arctique et le bois / Introduction: Arctic peoples and wood
  • An archaeological reconstruction of Saqqaq bows, darts, harpoons, and lances
  • Wood use and kayak construction: Material selection from the perspective of carpentry
  • Economies of driftwood: Fuel harvesting strategies in the Kodiak Archipelago
  • Using wood on King Island, Alaska
  • Napâttuit: Wood use by Labrador Inuit and its impact on the forest landscape
  • The shrubs in the forest: The use of woody species by 18th-century Labrador Inuit
  • Hors thème / Off-theme

    1. Open skin boats of the Aleutians, Kodiak Island, and Prince William Sound
    2. Walrus Island – A pivotal place for High Arctic Palaeo-Eskimo societies in Northeast Greenland

    Recensions / Book reviews

  • Thèses / Dissertations
  • In Memoriam

    Information scientifique / Scientific information

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