19th Inuit Studies Conference
Quebec City, October 29 - November 1, 2014

qaumaniq –
enlightening knowledge

In order to celebrate its 40th anniversary, Association Inuksiutiit Katimajiit Inc., in collaboration with Université Laval, is glad to invite you to the 19th edition of the biennial Inuit Studies Conference. It will be held in Quebec City, October 29 - November 1, 2014, the theme of the meeting being Qaumaniq: Enlightening Knowledge.

Confined for a long time to the status of objects of science, Inuit have now become important actors and active participants in arctic research. Their participation can take several shapes: sharing knowledge, identifying and defining research questions, acting as researchers and authors, etc. Moreover, Inuit knowledge is now giving form to scientific discourse. Formerly considered as mere stories whose interest was purely ethnological, Inuit descriptions and explanations of their environment are now valorized because of their richness, their deep-reaching understanding, and their precision.

The organizers invite you to explore Inuit contributions to contemporary learning, by proposing a reflection on Inuit knowledge, scientific knowledge, and the often complex links between the two. This conference constitutes an excellent occasion to examine how knowledge is shared between researchers and Inuit, what is the impact of Inuit knowledge on scientific learning (and vice versa), what types of relations exist between researchers and Inuit during and after fieldwork, and how Inuit approach, perceive, and contribute to research.

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During the first period after the creation of the earth, all was darkness. Among the earliest living beings were the raven and the fox. One day they met, and fell into talk, as follows:“Let us keep the dark and be without daylight,” said the fox.But the raven answered: “May the light come and daylight alternate with the dark of night”The raven kept on shrieking “qau, qau” (Thus the Eskimos interpret the cry of the raven, qau, roughly as qau, which means dawn and light. The raven is thus born calling for light). And at the raven's cry, light came, and day began to alternate with night.

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Wednesday, October 29th

4-6pmRegistration

6-7pmCocktail Hour

Where : Atrium (DKN)
Welcome from the Organizing Committee
Wine and appetizers will be served
Thursday, October 30th

8-8:30amRegistration

8:30-9:15amKeynote 1

Terry AUDLA
President/Président
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK)
Ottawa, Canada

Terry Audla is President of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, the national organization of Inuit of Canada. M. Audla is an inspiring and important Inuit leader who had been Director of the Qikiqtani Inuit Association, the organization representing the Baffin Island Inuit. ITK is currently involved into the development of a deap reflection about the place of the Inuit knowledge in the scientific research.

9:15-10amKeynote 2

Gitte TRONDHEIM
Professor/Professeure
Department of Cultural and Social History/Département d’histoire culturelle et sociale
Ilisimatusarfik/University of Greenland

Gitte Trondheim is assistant professor in the Department of Cultural and Social History at Ilisimatusarfik/University of Greenland. She is also a member of International support group for the project ’urban Greenland’, Department of Cross-cultural and regional studies – language, religion and society, in Faculty of Humanities, at University of Copenhagen in Denmark. Since 2004, she has been a member of Board of Directors for Nordregio, the Nordic Centre for Spatial Development as representative of Greenland University of Greenland (Ilisimatusarfik).

10:15am-12:25pmSessions J.1

DKN-2A DKN-2B DKN-2C DKN-1D

C1
LEADERSHIP IN INUIT SOCIETIES: DIVERSITY AND CONTINUITY (2)

D1 -
INSIDE ILLUSUAK: EXPRESSIVE CULTURE OF THE LABRADORIMIUT
H1
HALF-CENTURY OF ARCHEOLOGY AMONG INUIT OF QUEBEC-LABRADOR (1964-2014):  TRIBUTE TO PATRICK PLUMET [FR & EN]
G4 -
INUIT HEALTH AND WELL-BEING: CULTURAL, SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL PERSPECTIVES (1)
Session Chair: Louis Tapardjuk& Naullaq ArnaquaqInfo Session Chair: Tom GordonInfo Session Chair: Yves LabrècheInfo Session Chair: Christopher Fletcher & Mylène RivaInfo
William LYALL

Without the simple notion that helping each other makes life easier and better, we wouldn’t be living up here today Info
Anita KORA
IntroductionInfo
Murielle NAGY
Revisiting the chronology of two Palaeoeskimo sites from Ivujivik (Nunavik, Canada)Info
Tiff-Annie KENNY
Inuit food system and environmental change: Results from a multisectoral community workshop in the Inuvialuit Settlement RegionInfo
Jeela PALLUQ-CLOUTIERInfo Mark TURNER
TakuKatigennik: Notes on the Formation of Film and Video Practice in Nunatsiavut, 1969-presentInfo
Andréanne COUTURE
Intégration de l’approche géoarchéologique à l’étude de l’organisation spatiale des maisons semi-souterraines multifamiliales du 17e-18e siècle, nord de la côte du LabradorInfo
Linnaea JASIUK
Inuit Women's Conceptualizations of and Approaches to Health in Adaptation to Climate ChangeInfo
Louis TAPARDJUK
Info
Tom GORDON
200 year trajectory of the indigenization of European music by the Labradorimiut and its impact on Labrador cultureInfo
William W. FITZHUGH
Tuvaaluk and Torngat Archaeology: A Tale of Two ProgramsInfo
Catherine PIRKLE
Access to country foods may protect pregnant women form food insecurity Info
Louis McCOMBER
A Contribution to Inuit Political Literacy Info
Douglas WHARRAM
Practice and accounting of cultural continuity as a corollary of languageInfo
Jean-François MOREAU
L’informatisation du programme TuvaalukInfo
Mylène RIVA
Comment les conditions des logements influencent la santé mentale et le bien-être dans l’Arctique? Considération du rôle des facteurs psychosociaux Info
  Heather IGLOLIORTE
Nunatsiavut visual arts and culture: affirmation of the Inuit cultural sovereignty over centuriesInfo
Marie-Michelle DIONNE
Retracer la fonction de l'outil: aspect matériels et expérientielsInfo
Christopher FLETCHER
La sécurité alimentaire selon la perspective d’Inuit du NunavikInfo
    Yves LABRÈCHE
Thuléens et Dorsétiens : raisonnement et interprétation à la rescousse de l’analyse descriptive et des méthodes radio-chronométriques.Info
Mélanie LEMIRE
From knowledge to action: understanding wild berries health benefits to implement community-based interventions linking public health and social innovation in NunavikInfo

12:25-1:30pmLunch

1:30-2:15pmKeynote 3

Louis TAPARDJUK
Former Nunavut minister & former Nunavut MLA
Minister of Culture, Language, Elders and Youth, Education, Finance and Justice
Government of Nunavut

Louis Tapardjuk was very active with the Nunavut Land Claims process as both a negotiator and board member for the Tungavik Federation of Nunavut (now Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated), while he was President of the Baffin Region Inuit Association (now the Qikiqtani Inuit Association). He is well acknowledged as the spokesperson on issues relating to Inuit language and Inuit Societal Values in Nunavut. Louis Tapardjuk played a major role in defending the importance of Inuit qaujimajatuqangit (IQ) incorporated in the new Nunavut Government.

2:20-4pmSessions J.2

DKN-2A DKN-2B DKN-2C DKN-1D DKN-1E
E2
LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND COLLECTIVITY 
F1
EDUCATION IN INUIT NUNANGAT (1)
H2
TRIBUTE TO PATRICK PLUMET [FR] (NEXT PART)
G3
INUIT HEALTH AND WELL-BEING: CULTURAL, SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL PERSPECTIVES (2)
A3
COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH IN THE NORTH (1)
Session Chair: Sophie QuevillonInfo Session Chair: Fiona WaltonInfo Session Chair: Yves LabrècheInfo Session Chair: Christopher Fletcher & Mylène RivaInfo Session Chair: Ceporah MearnsInfo
Naja Blytmann TRONDHJEM
Distributive/collective aspect in KalaallisutInfo
Cathy LEE
A Community School with Elders as TeachersInfo
Nicole PLUMET
Yanaël PLUMET & Cyrille PLUMET
Yolande PERRAULT
Gilles TASSÉ (represented by/représenté par Jeffrey Vaillancourt)
Louis-Edmond HAMELIN
Jean-François MOREAU
William W. FITZHUGH
Murielle NAGY
Yves LABRÈCHE
Marie-France ARCHAMBAULT, Hélène GAUVIN et Jean-Guy BROSSARDInfo
Nicole BILODEAU
Identifying Indigenous determinants of health:  Insights from analysis of Inuit self-rated health in Nunavik Info
Laine CHANTELOUP & Fabienne JOLIET-
Vers un apprentissage mutuel : comparaison d’expériences pour la co-construction des savoirsInfo
Hilary HEAD MCMAHAN
Space in language: How spatial relations are encoded in Kalaallisut Info
Glorya PELLERIN
How a school project began 30 years ago in the communities of Puvirnituq and Ivujivik and what succeeding teachers and other professional want nowadays. Info
Marie BARON
État de santé autoévalué, santé objective et inégalités sociales chez les Inuit du Nunavik et du GroenlandInfo
Ebba OLOFSSON
Elders who have an Important Story to Tell; Ethical Implications for Research among First Nations and Inuit in Canada. Info
Lenore GRENOBLE
The language of place in Kalaallisut:  On the relationship between landscape, place names and culture in Greenland Info
Tatiana GARAKANI
Creating the future, through the acknowledgement of the past and understanding the present:  Resilience and school perseverance of Inuit students in Nunavik.Info
Susan WALLACE
Excellent or very good self-reported health and social determinants of health, Inuit aged 15 to 24 and 25 to 54 years living in Inuit Nunangat: Selected findings from the 2012 Aboriginal Peoples SurveyInfo
Shannon MULLEN
Negociating the role of teacher/researcher in critical qualitative research in educationInfo
Bolethe OLSEN
Library of Ilisimatusarfik Info
Ariane BENOIT
Pouvoir de la parole et développement du jeune enfant inuit du Nunavik, perspective croisée entre savoirs inuit et scientifiqueInfo
Maria RUIZ-CASTELL
Socioeconomic, psychosocial and community-level determinants of obesity in NunavikInfo
Hatouma SAKO & David SERKOAK
Collaborating in Inuktitut: Making Haste Slowly Info
Sophie QUEVILLON
La collection de films inuit de l'ONF et son utilisation en classeInfo
    Ceporah MEARNS
Pilliriqatigiinniq "Working in a collaborative way for the common good"Info

4:15-5:55pmSessions J.3

DKN-2A DKN-2B DKN-2C DKN-1E
E4
INUIT LANGUAGES (1)
A1
HISTORY AND ENVIRONMENT
H5
NORTHERN ARCHEOLOGY
B2
COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH IN THE NORTH (2)
Session Chair: Per LanggardInfo Session Chair: Natasha RoyInfo Session Chair: Murielle NagyInfo Session Chair: Tania GibéryenInfo
Anna BERGE
Information Structure in West GreenlandicInfo
Natasha ROY
Paleoecological perspectives on landscape history and anthropogenic impacts at Uivak Point, Labrador since 1400 ADInfo
Laura KELVIN
Inuvialuit Historicity and Community-Based Archaeology Info
Caroline DESBIENS & Ellen AVARD
“The Kuujjuaq Compost Project: A Case Study in Social Innovation for Northern Development”Info
Alana JOHNS & Raigelee ALORUT
The use of the dual in some Inuit dialectsInfo
Isabel LEMUS-LAUZON
Historical ecology of a subarctic forest landscape, Nain, Nunatsiavut  Info
Pierre DESROSIERS
The Kangiakallak site (JeGn-2) Inuit field schoolInfo
Tania GIBÉRYEN, Thierry RODON & Tommy PALLISIER
Community vs State Based Development : the Innavik Hydro-ProjectInfo
Lawrence D. KAPLAN  -
Diomede Inupiaq: a linguistic extremeInfo
David BUTTON
A presentation on Ayorama…the guiding principle to Inuit ideology on nature, environment and knowledge – by a 40 years resident of eastern Beringia – todays’ modern western Arctic.Info
Rozanne JUNKER
Renatus's KayakInfo
Sylvie BLANGY
Un outil au service de la recherche collaborative dans l’Arctique : l’Observatoire Homme Milieu NunavikInfo
Karen LANGGARD
Kalaallisut
and typological consequenses for domain gainingInfo
Kate TURCOTTE
A Study in Trilateral Materialism: Climate Change and the Iñupiat of AlaskaInfo
  Jean MORISSET
Le savoir qui illumine et l’inconnaissance qui rafraîchitInfo
Guy BORDIN -  How do you say “light” in Inuktitut?Info      

6-7pmLaunching - IGALAK / CURA Books

Presented by : Andrée PROULX, Analyst, Digital Project Manager, Gowizzus, Membre du Groupe CIRIUZ
Where : Atrium (DKN)
IGALAK is an innovative on-line watch platform aimed at collection, sorting, analyzing, disseminating and saving all relevant information sources found on the Web and the social Web about the Aboriginal People of the circumpolar region.
This unique social network is dedicated to researchers, members of the university community and the general public who wish to share information about the Aboriginal People of the circumpolar region. IGALAK is an opportunity for Université Laval, Quebec City and Canada to jointly claim to be an observatory of the Aboriginal People of the circumpolar world. IGALAK is a Web portal that focuses on innovation, and enables digital technology to contribute in promoting science and research. IGALAK has received funds from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation and support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (ARUC). This initiative is the result of a partnership between Université Laval (CIÉRA) and Filteris, member of the CIRIUZ Group.

Evening (7pm on)Free

Friday, October 31st

8-8:30amRegistration

8:30-9:15amKeynote 4

Robert WATT
Executive Assistant
The Makivik Corporate Secretary

Robert Watt has been the coordinator of a regional committee with a goal to promote increased safety and well-being of Inuit children and youth within Nunavik communities. He is a former Inuit Director for the National Aboriginal Health Organization. Watt's parents and grandparents are former students of residential schools and as such, he is personally committed to IRS issues. He also brings Commission experience with him, through his participation in the Dog Slaughter Inquiry of Northern Quebec.

9:15-10amKeynote 5

Theresa Arevgaq JOHN
Professor
Center for Cross Cultural and Indigenous Studies
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska

Theresa Arevgaq John is an associate professor in Alaska Native Studies and Rural Development at University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF). She currently serves on the Alaska State Council on the Arts board and is the former chair of the arts council’s Traditional Native Arts Panel. She is also the recipient of the Governor’s Distinguished Humanities Educator Award.

10:15am-12:25pmSessions V.1

DKN-2A DKN-2B DKN-2C DKN-1D DKN-1E
F3
EDUCATION IN INUIT NUNANGAT (2)
A2
SCIENCE AND INUIT QAUJIMAJATUQANGIT
H3
ARCTIC COLLECTIONS: DISPLAYS, DISSEMINATION, AND INTERPRETATIONS
I2
INUIT ART: MULTIPLE PRACTICES
D2
LANDSCAPE AND SPACE
Session Chair:
Thierry RodonInfo
Session Chair:
Astrid KnightInfo
Session Chair: Bernadette Driscoll Engelstad & Gwénaële GuigonInfo Session Chair:
Alena RosenInfo
Session Chair:
Nelson GraburnInfo
Sheena KENNEDY DASLEG - 
Creating citizens, building societies: Adult education as if community matteredInfo
Gail RUSSEL
Exploring the impacts of Inuit Knowledge on Scientific Learning (and vice-versa), in the case study of the Marine Conservation Area Project in Lancaster Sound.Info
Cunera BUIJS
Contested Inuit culture: museums and source communitiesInfo
Serge LACASSE &
Sophie STÉVANCE
Le cosmopolitisme esthétique de Tanya Tagaq: Racines inuites, technologie et isomorphisme expressif multipleInfo
Brandon KERFOOT
Hunting Respectfully: An Exploration of Inuit Animal EthicsInfo
Francis LÉVESQUE & Thierry RODON
Postsecondary Education and Profesional Success for Inuit in NunavutInfo
José GÉRIN-LAJOIE
Complementary approaches for community-based monitoring and Youth’s training in environmental sciences in Nunavik: Curriculum-based and Land-basedInfo
Bernadette DRISCOLL ENGELSTAD
Captain George ComerInfo
Sophie STÉVANCE
Les performances d’improvisation musicale de Tanya Tagaq : une illustration de la culture ethno-popInfo
Anita FELLS-KORA
Marking the Landscape: A Case-Study of Inuksuit of North Arm, Saglek FiordInfo
Kerri WHEATLEY
Lighting the Qulliq: A Decolonizing Graduate Program in NunavutInfo
Stéphanie EVENO & Marie-Andrée BURELLE
Examen du statut du savoir traditionnel autochtone dans les études environnementales menées par Hydro-Québec du début du complexe La Grande à aujourd’hui.Info
Gwénaële GUIGON
Inuit collections in the French museums : French individuals passionate for the Arctic culturesInfo
Alena ROSEN
"Staying Power" :  Inuit art makers in PangnirtungInfo
Anne S. DOUGLAS
They think they can think for themselves - The changing scope of personal obligationInfo
Fiona WALTON
Promoting Success for High School Students in NunavutInfo
Émilie HÉBERT-HOULE
Student perception and decolonizing challenges in the implementation phase of Avativut program in Nunavik Info
France RIVET & Gwénaële GUIGON
In the footsteps of Abraham Ulrikab - Artifacts in French and German Museum collectionsInfo
Patricia HANSEN GILLAM
Ciuliamta Umyualgutkesqaakut with our ancestors we are working as one mind together: an extended conversation on the design and use of the uluaq Info
Stéphanie VAUDRY
Being connected in the city: Inuit youths’ challenges and strategies to feel comfortable in OttawaInfo
Cathy LEE - 
Creating and Conducting a Community Consultation Process Grounded in IQ (Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit) Info
Astrid KNIGHT
"Ajungi!" "That's good!" Teaching and sharing traditional skills through workshop structures in NunavutInfo
Aurélie MAIRE
From the Artists to the Public: Regarding Inuit Discourses about Their Artistic Practices and Their IntentsInfo
Alycia MUTUAL
Conceptions of the Arctic Through the Lens of the MediaInfo
Mark WATSON & Christopher FLETCHER
Inuit in Montreal: Being at Home in NunalijjuaqInfo
Marie-Josée THERRIEN
Vers une école inuite : l’aménagement de l’espace scolaire dans l’Arctique canadien depuis 1960Info
Lydia SCHOEPPNER
Inuit Cultural Resilience: The role of Inuit knowledge (IQ) for addressing contemporary conflicts affecting the Inuit – and its way into scientific useInfo
Tone WANG
Gjoa Haven – Oslo – Gjoa Haven. Repatriating artefacts from the Roald Amundsen collection to the Nattilik Heritage Centre in Gjoa HavenInfo
  André CASAULT & Myriam BLAIS
Habiter le Nord aujourd’huiInfo

12:25-1:30pmLunch

1:30-2:15pmKeynote 6

Madeleine REDFERN
President
Ajungi Arctic Consulting

Madeleine Redfern is one of the few inuit lawyer of Nunavut. Her role as executive director of the Qikiqtani Truth Commission allowed her to collaborate with non-inuit historians as with Inuit elders onto the reconstruction of the events that happened during the 50’ and 60’ in the Baffin Island area which have lead to the Inuit sedentarization. She also have a wide work experience in collaboration with researchers.

2:20-4pmSessions V.2

DKN-2A DKN-2B DKN-2C DKN-1E
B1
INUIT AND MINING
C1
LEADERSHIP IN INUIT SOCIETIES: DIVERSITY AND CONTINUITY (1)
E1
INUIT LANGUAGES (3)
I3
HISTORY (1)
Session Chair: Arn KeelingInfo Session Chair: Louis Tapardjuk  & Naullaq ArnaquaqInfo Session Chair: Marc-Antoine MahieuInfo Session Chair: Info
Jonathan BLAIS & Thierry RODON
Understanding the social impact of the Raglan Mine: Voices from Salluit and KangiqsujuaqInfo
Helen KITEKUDLAK
Inuit Leadership NWT Personal ExperienceInfo
Kenn HARPER
The Spread of Inuktitut Syllabic OrthographyInfo
Jonathan KING
Ecstatic religion, Arctic archeology and the establishment of the Igloolik Mission in 1937Info
Jean-Sébastien BOUTET
Voisey's Bay 10-years Review: Inuit Perspectives on Health and Socioeconomic WellbeingInfo
Fiona WALTON & Naullaq ARNAQUQ
Respect towards Autority, Elders and Experienced Leaders as a Cultural Influence Among Inuit Educational Leaders in Nunavut and NunavikInfo
Jeela PALLUQ-CLOUTIER
Standardization of InuktitutInfo
Marianne STENBAEK
Aqqaluk Lynge... the diplomacy of survivalInfo
Christopher FLETCHER
Listening to the public record: Inuit testimony at Environmental Assessment HearingsInfo
Frédéric LAUGRAND
Crossing boundaries, connecting values and transcending traditions. Religious leadership in the Canadian ArcticInfo
Engeny GOLOVKO
Aleut Recording on Wax Cylinders from the Early 20th Century: Transcription and Interpretation of the Extinct Attuan AleutInfo
Walter VANAST
Traditional 1890s Mackenzie Delta Religious Practice, as told to Stefansson by Mamayauk, Guninana, and Tannaumirk. Info
Tara CATER & Arn KEELING
Just another nickel mine? An ethnographic analysis of contemporary mining encounters in the Kivalliq Region Info
Caroline HERVÉ 
Everyone Has to Take his Turn. The Municipal Life in Nunavik (1979-2009)Info
Louise FLAHERTY
Preserving Inuit Storytelling in PrintInfo
Soren THUESEN
From Inuit names to baptismal names. Re-naming persons and naming families in early-colonial North Greenland. Info
Karina CZYZEWSKI & Frank TESTER
Participatory Arctic Research: The Impacts of Gold Mining on Women in Qamani'tuaq, (Baker Lake), Nunavut TerritoryInfo
Victoria HERRMANN
Art, Technology, and Political Agency in Arctic Governance and Development: An analysis from bipolar competition to international cooperation  Info
Per LANGGARD
As Close to Traditional  Knowledge as it Gets: The necessity of getting back to language basics with language technology for Inuit languages.Info
Axel JEREMIASSEN
Public Opinion in Greenland 1911
1940 – the newspapers Avangnâmioк and Atuagagdliutit. Info

4:15-5:55pmSessions V.3

DKN-2A DKN-2C DKN-1D DKN-1E
F2
YOUTH EDUCATION: MOTIVATION, RESILIENCE AND CHALLENGES
E5
INUIT CHILDREN AND CHILDREARING
C2 -ENVIRONMENT, POLITICS, AND JUSTICE IN INUIT NUNANGAT D3
SYMBOLISM AND INUIT REPRESENTATION
Session Chair: Glorya PellerinInfo Session Chair: Ivalu MathiassenInfo Session Chair: Caroline DesbiensInfo Session Chair: Marianne StenbaekInfo
Anne-Mette HOLM & Cunera BUJIS
The Kulusuk School Project of East Greenland – Enlightening KnowledgeInfo
Laila Aleksandersen NUTTI
Sámi traditional singing, yoik, in early childhood educationInfo
Emilie CAMERON & Rebecca MEARNS
Translating climate change: adaptation, resilience, and climate politics in NunavutInfo
Walter VANAST
Mimegnuk, 1830-1902: The social and religious life of a Mackenzie Delta patriarch via sixteen archival snippetsInfo
Jrène RAHM & Pierre DESROSIERS
Sivunitsatinnut ilinniapunga
For our future, I go to school: Inuit youth driven explorations of post-secondary education through archaeological fieldwork and photographyInfo
Ivalu MATHIASSEN
The Youth’s understanding of literature
A study of reading habits among youthInfo
Willow SCOBIE & Kathleen RODGERS
The Politics of Distraction: Youth Describe their Experiences of the Consultation Phase of Baffinland MineInfo
Marianne STENBAEK
The making of a visual narrative of the Canadian ArcticInfo
Dominique RIEL-ROBERGE
Les représentations des situations professionnelles des enseignants qallunaat  des deuxième et troisième cycles du primaire dans un contexte d’éducation bilingue et biculturelle au Nunavik.Info
Mette LARSEN LYBERTH
Greenlandic children´s early language acquisitionInfo
Sylvie BLANGY
Mine = emploi et développement économique;  une équation à revisiter Info
Bernard SALADIN D'ANGLURE [FR]
Naarjuk, entre nanisme et gigantisme,  animateur du cosmos et de la vieInfo
Glorya PELLERIN
An ongoing experimentation of a students and teachers networking project in NunavikInfo
  Magalie QUINTAL
Northern Economy, Adaptation and New Gender DynamicsInfo
 

6-7pmFree

7pm onBanquet

Cruise aboard the : AML Louis Jolliet
Departure Point : Pier Chouinard, 10 Rue Dalhousie, Québec, Qc, G1K 8L8
Bording : 6H00 PM
Departure : 7H00 PM
Duration : 3h

For more information about the Course Gourmet Getaway : click here

Saturday, November 1st

8-8:30amRegistration

8:00-12:00Posters

ATRIUM
Jean-François BERNIER
Géoarchéologie de la Rivière aux ossements (Saunitarlik), Kangiqsujuaq (Nunavik, Canada)Info
Colleen PARKER
Assessing Inuit Food Security in Light of Climate Change and Examining Adaptation OptionsInfo
Therese AMADOU
Tendance temporelle de l’exposition des femmes enceintes Inuit du Nunavik au Mercure entre 1992 et 2013Info
Linnaea JASIUK
Inuit Traditional Knowledge for adaptation to the health effects of climate changeInfo
Colleen Hughes
I Sentiment and Place Names in the Kivalliq Region, NunavutInfo
Stéphanie STEELANDT
Identification and analysis of charcoals and woods found in the Paleo and Neo-Eskimos archaeological sites in the west coast of Nunavik (Low-Arctic of Quebec, Canada)Info

10:15am-12pmSessions S.1

DKN-2A DKN-2B DKN-2C DKN-1E
I1
FEATURING WORK BEING UNDERTAKEN IN ARVIAT (NUNAVUT) AND IN RIMOUSKI, (QUÉBEC) WHICH FOCUSES ON YOUTH ENGAGEMENT
J1
INUKSIUTIIT KATIMAJIIT
INUKSIUTIIT IQPAAQIJIIT : THE ROLE OF ASSOCIATION INUKSIUTIIT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF INUIT STUDIES
E3
LINGUISTIC
H4
HISTORY (2)
Session Chair: Shirley TagalikInfo Session Chair: Françoise MorinInfo Session Chair: Michèle TherrienInfo Session Chair: Soren ThuesenInfo
Karina CZYZEWSKI
Opportunities for social change: Developing research skills with Inuit youth in ArviatInfo
Murielle NAGY
The journal Études/Inuit/Studies: Its history and role in international Inuit researchInfo
Julien CARRIER
 La perte d'ergativité en InuktitutInfo
Kenn HARPER
The Ouligbucks – Interpreters to Northern Explorers  Info
Shirley TAGALIK, Curtis KONEK & Charlotte KARETAK
The Power of Youth as Community Message CarriersInfo
Frédéric LAUGRAND
Passing on knowledge at Nunavut Arctic College (1993-2015): from the classroom to the tundra and backInfo
Bettina SPRENG & Saila MICHAEL
Reflexives in InuktitutInfo
Flemming A.J. NIELSEN
How acquaintance with Inuit in Greenland impacted on European mindsets in the eighteenth century—a case studyInfo
Tim PASCH & Jamie BELL
Community empowerment through culturally-focused digitally convergent ICTInfo
Louis-Jacques DORAIS
Thirty-six years of Inuit Studies ConferencesInfo
Conor COOK  - Morphological gemination in Canadian InuktitutInfo France RIVET & Dave LOUGH
In the footsteps of Abraham Ulrikab
The Paris eventsInfo
Vincent L'HÉRAULT, Marie-Hélène TRUCHON & Trevor ARREAK
Northern wind Southern ice reframing cross-cultural communicationInfo
Bernard SALADIN D'ANGLURE
Why was Association Inuksiutiit Katimajiit Established?Info
Marc-Antoine MAHIEU
La prédication nominale en inuktitutInfo
Walter VANAST
“The Devil seemed present”: Ethnologic riches in the Rev. Isaac Stringer’s 1892-1901 Mackenzie Delta diary.Info

12-1:30pmClosing Ceremony

Where: Atrium (DKN)
Thanks from the Organizing Committee

“Occupy the North” Exibition

When : Thursday, October 30th to Saturday, November 1st 2014
Where : Atrium (DKN)

he exhibition "Occupy the North" presents the work of four student groups of the architecture School from Université Laval; fourteen models of course "Vernacular Architecture", two models of shelters designed for Tursujuq National Park Workshop "Habitability and poetry of space", six models of the projects of the workshop "Habitats and cultures" of fall 2013 and finally, eight models of four projects developed in the workshop "Construction and Design" at the 2014 Winter.

This exhibition presents different ways of living in the North - one might say "Norths" - past, present and future. These different modes of inhabiting the North over a long period of thousands of years; habitats ranging from Thule sod houses built by the Vikings in Newfoundland around the year one thousand. The exhibition also features prototypes developed and built by some research centers, such as the "Cold Climate Housing Research Center" of Alaska, home to CMHC developed by Professor Leo Zrudlo, of the School of Architecture at Laval University in the 80s, one of the houses designed and built by the Société d'habitation du Québec (SHQ), and finally, several "houses for the future" designed by our students. Info

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Université Laval
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G1V 0A6

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Organization Commitee at Université Laval:

Louis-Jacques Dorais – retired professor of anthropology | Director of the Association Inuksiutiit Katimajiit
Thierry Rodon – political science professor | director of CIERA | chair of research on sustainable development
Najat Bhiry - geography professor | director of Centre d'Études Nordiques (Nordic Studies Center)
Gérard Duhaime - professor of sociology | chair of Canadian research commitee on comparative native condition and of Louis-Edmond Hamelin Nordic social research commitee
Frédéric Laugrand - professor of anthropology | director of "Anthropologies et Sociétés" review
Christine Barnard – Centre d'Études Nordique coordinator
Lise Fortin - Interuniversity Center for Aboriginal Studies and Research (Centre Interuniversitaire d'Études et de Recherches Autochtones - CIÉRA)
Amélie Breton - PhD student in anthropologie | co-coordinator of organizing commitee
Francis Lévesque - coordinator of research commitee on Nordic sustainable development | co-coordinator of organizing commitee
Aurélie Maire - PhD Candidate in anthropology | co-coordinator of organizing commitee

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