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National Park Service, Department of the Interior, 1998. — 328 p. Created by the National Park Service, this book that explores traditional Eskimo life in the late 20th century. It celebrates the people of the Kobuk River area in northern Alaska as observed in 1974 and 1975. Learn more about their experiences in fishing, trapping, hunting, and the harvest, and how they were able...
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National Park Service, Department of the Interior, 1998. — 328 p. Created by the National Park Service, this book that explores traditional Eskimo life in the late 20th century. It celebrates the people of the Kobuk River area in northern Alaska as observed in 1974 and 1975. Learn more about their experiences in fishing, trapping, hunting, and the harvest, and how they were able...
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The Natural History Press, 1970. — 264 p. Today regarded as a classic, this description of life in polar cultures reflects traditional ethnography at its best and has been a favored account for thirty years. Balikcis important study of the Netsilingmiut, an isolated tribe of Arctic hunters living close to the Arctic Circle, examines their technology, social organization, and...
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Edited by Ludger Müller-Wille — University of Toronto Press, 1998. — 330 p. In the summer of 1883, Franz Boas, widely regarded as one of the fathers of Inuit anthropology, sailed from Germany to Baffin Island to spend a year among the Inuit of Cumberland Sound. This was his introduction to the Arctic and to anthropological fieldwork. This book presents, for the first time, his...
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University of Toronto Press, 1996. — 216 p. In Canada's far north, on the western coast of Victoria Island, the Copper Inuit people of Holman (the Ulukhaktokmiut) have experienced a rate of social and economic change rarely matched in human history. Owing to their isolated, inaccessible location, three hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle, they were one of the last Inuit...
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McGill-Queen's University Press, 2004. — 336 p. In recent years the view has emerged that the Inuit were coerced by the Canadian government into abandoning life in scattered camps for centres of habitation. In "Arctic Migrants/Arctic Villagers" David Damas demonstrates that for many years government policies helped maintain dispersed settlement, but that eventually concerns over...
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McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003. — 120 p. Pitseolak: Pictures Out of My Life is an illustrated oral biography created from recorded interviews by Dorothy Harley Eber in 1970. In these interviews, and through her drawings and prints, Pitseolak makes what Inuit call "the old way" come alive, reflecting on life on the land, its pleasure and trials. Her story later became an NFB...
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Nunavut Arctic College, 2000. — 139 p. — ISBN 1-896-204-376. Each society lives on through its children. Children have to responsible adults, who can take care of themselves as well as their relatives. In this book, Inuit childrearing practices are described by two elders - Naqi Ekho and Uqsuralik Ottokie from the South Baffin Island region.Childrearing practices are rapidly...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. — 416 p. This book brings together as complete a record of traditional Yup’ik rules and rituals as is possible in the late twentieth century. Incorporating elders’ recollections of the system of ruled boundaries and ritual passages that guided their parents and grandparents a century ago, Ann Fienup-Riordan brings into focus the complex,...
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Greystone Books, 2016. — 328 p. Arctic researcher, author, and photographer Norman Hallendy’s journey to the far north began in 1958, when many Inuit, who traditionally lived on the land, were moving to permanent settlements created by the Canadian government. In this unique memoir, Hallendy writes of his adventures, experiences with strange Arctic phenomena, encounters with...
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Museum Tusculanum Press, 2008. — 242 p. This book describes life in a small hunting community in Northwest Greenland. It is based on fieldwork carried out by the author from 1966 to 1968 and documents in detail the traditional material culture, ways of hunting and fishing, daily life, and festive occasions of an Inuit society not yet influenced by European culture. The historical...
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University of Alaska Press, 2004. — 176 p. Eastern Arctic Kayaks is the product of years of kayak study by two of the world’s experts. Combining analyses of form and function with historical background and illustrations of kayaking techniques, this volume is a storehouse of information for recreational kayakers and scholarly readers alike. Drawing from his vast practical...
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University of Minnesota Press, 1957. — 224 p. In 1913 a young ethnologist from New Zealand boarded a ship for the Arctic, beginning a personal journey that was to make Diamond Jenness one of the twentieth century's foremost authorities on Alaskan Eskimos. Jenness had been asked to join the Stefansson expedition, and his official duties were to collect ethnographic details on the...
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University of Chicago Press, 1959. — 251 p. The printing of The People of the Twilight in a paperback edition brings back into circulation a book on the Eskimo that was published first in 1928. The volume is an account of life among the Copper Eskimos living in the southwestern sector of Victoria Island and on the adjacent mainland of the western Canadian Arctic. During the...
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Fernwood Publishing, 2017. — 268 p. The Inuit have experienced colonization and the resulting disregard for the societal systems, beliefs and support structures foundational to Inuit culture for generations. While much research has articulated the impacts of colonization and recognized that Indigenous cultures and worldviews are central to the well-being of Indigenous peoples and...
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Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2016. — 488 p. This collection of 15 chronologically arranged papers is the first-ever definitive treatment of the intellectual history of Eskimology - known today as Inuit studies - the field of anthropology preoccupied with the origins, history, and culture of the Inuit people. The authors trace the growth and change in scholarship on the...
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Plon, 1989. — 864 p. En partageant la vie rigoureuse des Esquimaux polaires, les Inuits, en mangeant avec eux l'hiver ces oiseaux d'été qui ont pourri sous les pierres, en écoutant, durant trois mois de nuit polaire, leurs légendes d'un rare pouvoir imaginaire, leurs récits dramatiques d'expéditions au pôle avec Peary, Cook, leurs fameuses expéditions avec Knud Rasmussen, Jean...
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Illustrated by Robert Frankenberg. — New York: Parents' Magazine Press, 1970. — 64 p. — (A Stepping-Stone Book). — ISBN 0-8193-0397-6. Describes the past and present way of life of the "Real People," the Eskimos of Alaska.
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University of Toronto Press, 1992. — 174 p. As recently as three decades ago most Inuit lived a lifestyle much like that of their forbearers: "living on the land," with the men hunting according to time-honoured methods and the women performing the same round of daily tasks that their grandmothers and great grandmothers had done.
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Waveland Press, 2007. — 200 p. Change in arctic populations has not been a sudden phenomenon, but rather a gradual process that has occurred over a number of generations. In this longitudinal case study, McElroy introduces readers to four Baffin Island communities in the eastern Canadian Arctic and focuses on the challenges and hardships they face in transition from...
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Inhabit Media, 2014. — 61 p. Traditionally, Inuit do not call each other by their given names. Instead, they refer to each other using a system of kinship and family terms, known as tuqurausiit (turk-thlo-raw-seet). Calling each other by kinship terms is a way to show respect and foster closeness within families. However, as more and more Inuit refer to each other by their English...
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McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993. — 160 p. Peter Pitseolak, the first native Baffin Island photographer, was born in the eastern Canadian Arctic in 1902. As a child he lived the nomadic camp life his ancestors had known, but during his lifetime missionaries, fur traders, law, government, schools, and alcohol came to Baffin Island. Peter Pitseolak's account of his life in...
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University of Manitoba Press, 2012. — 264 p. Framed by the historic 2005 signing of the Labrador Inuit Land Claim Agreement and the creation of Nunatsiavut, the first Inuit self-government, "Settlement, Subsistence, and Change Among the Labrador Inuit" is a history of land and resource use by the Labrador Inuit. It examines in detail the way of life and cultural survival of this...
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University of Alaska Press, 2003. — 216 p. The architecture of Eskimo peoples represents a diversified and successful means of coping with one of the most severe climates on earth. The popular image of the igloo is but one of the many structures examined by experts Lee and Reinhardt in the first book-length study of this remarkable subject. Lavishly illustrated with historic...
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Scarecrow Press, 2004. — 248 p. The approximately 150,000 Inuit are indigenous to four nations - Denmark (Greenland), Canada, the United States (Alaska), and Russia - and thus have had very different colonial experiences and participate as citizens of those nations in different ways. Far from being victims of colonialism, Inuit are actively involved in shaping their social...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2006. — 302 p. Over the past decade, some of the most innovative work in anthropology and related fields has been done in the Native communities of circumpolar North America. Critical Inuit Studies offers an overview of the current state of Inuit studies by bringing together the insights and fieldwork of more than a dozen scholars from six countries...
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McGill-Queen's University Press, 1968. — 245 p. These essays, which extend in subject from Shamanism to Eskimo language, from the Eskimo economy to Eskimo art, continue to appeal to a wide range of readers.
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McGill-Queen's University Press, 2009. — 408 p. How do shape-shifting shamans, a giant cannibalistic bumblebee, and human marriage with animals speak to Canadian Inuit and Siberian indigenous peoples today? How can artists present ancient legend in live performance and film with sensitivity to the source? Why are long multi-layered stories essential for adults and children in an...
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Canadian Museum of Civilization, McGill-Queen's University Press, 2002. — 202 p. In 1970 a small group of young Inuit women in Pangnirtung on Baffin Island began to tell a story - a story about their past, their culture, their lives - a story told through woven pictures. The first book dedicated to the art form of tapestry weaving, Nuvisavik shows how weaving became a bridge...
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McGill-Queen's University Press, 1999. — 302 p. Saqiyuq is the name the Inuit give to a strong wind that suddenly shifts direction; Saqiyuq: Stories from the Lives of Three Inuit Women is a vivid portrait of the changing nature of life in the Arctic during the twentieth century. Through their life stories a grandmother, daughter, and granddaughter take us on a remarkable journey...
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М.: Старый Сад, 1998. — 218 с. — ISBN 5-201-13713-X В книге рассматривается один из самых важных в истории американских эскимосов период - 60-80-х гг. XX столетия, когда их общество подверглось наиболее интенсивным изменениям под влиянием реформ и попыток направленного социального развития. Автор анализирует демографические, культурные, социальные и психологические аспекты...
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Монография. — М.: Наука, 1964. — 260 с. Введение. Из этнической истории эскимосского народа. Миграционные гипотезы происхождения эскимосов. Автохтонные гипотезы происхождения эскимосов. Юго-Западная Аляска и прародина эскимосской культуры. Локальные варианты и этапы развития эскимосской культуры. Из истории контактов эскимосов с европейцами (XI — начало XX в.)....
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М.: Географгиз, 1961. — 322 с. — (Путешествия. Приключения. Фантастика). Это повесть о полярных эскимосах северо-западной Гренландии. В мировой литературе найдется немного книг, в которых бы с такой теплотой и симпатией описывалась жизнь гренландцев - небольшого, но мужественного и стойкого народа. Автор книги, известный датский писатель и путешественник Петер Фрейхен, много...
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