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Études Inuit Studies is devoted to the study of Inuit societies, either traditional or contemporary, in the general perspective of social sciences and humanities (ethnology, politics, archaeology, linguistics, history, etc.). The Journal has grown to become a major crossroad of information on northern endeavors.

The issues are available on the website of Érudit. Only the subscribers can have access to the most recent issues.


  • Director: Christopher Fletcher
  • Editor: Aurélie Maire
  • Assistant editor: Amélie Breton
  • Administrative secretary: Dominique Fortin

Executive Committee :

  • Frédéric Laugrand, Laval University.
  • Bernard Saladin-D'Anglure, Laval University.
  • Caroline Hervé, Laval University.

Editorial Committee :

  • Frédéric Laugrand, Faculty of Social Sciences, Laval University.
  • Gérard Duhaime, Faculty of Social Sciences, Laval University.
  • Najat Bhiry, Laval University.
  • Mylène Riva, Laval University.
  • Caroline Desbiens, Laval University.
  • Christopher Fletcher, Laval University.
  • Paule Halley, Laval University.
  • Cécile Pélaudeix, Aarhus Universitet, Danemark.
  • Fiona Walton, University of Prince Edward Island.
  • Lawrence Kaplan, Fairbanks University.
  • Naullaq Arnaquq, Government of Nunavut.

Advisory Committee :

  • Claudio Aporta, Dalhousie University.
  • Frank Tester, University of British Columbia.
  • Ann Fienup-Riordan, Anchorage, Alaska.
  • Karla Jessen Williamson, University of Saskatchewan.
  • Gisèle Maheux, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue.
  • Carl Christian Olsen, Oqaasileriffik/Greenland Language Secretariat.


  • Bernard Saladin d’Anglure