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  • Tuesday, January 31, 2023 - 20:35

    This month, the journal Études Inuit Studies is offering back issues for sale at $5 a copy (vol. 1 - 1977 to vol. 40 - 2016 included, within the limits of available stocks).


    Order your copies on our website!

    For more information on the volumes offered for sale, please consult the detailed summaries:

    *Shipping costs are at your expense. You may also select the option of free in-person pickup at Laval University in Quebec City: to do so, add to your cart the products marked "Free in-person pickup", and contact us to arrange a pick-up date.

  • Tuesday, January 31, 2023 - 16:46

    The Études Inuit Studies journal calls for special theme proposals for forthcoming issues in 2024 and 2025. Thematic issues are led by a guest editor, or by several guest co-editors who submit a thematic issue proposal and coordinate the issue.


    Études Inuit Studies publishes special theme issues that usually include a long introduction to the theme and 7 to 12 articles. All special theme proposals must be submitted to the Editorial team of the journal ( ) and include:

    1. a formal introduction to the theme with a detailed review of current debates in the literature, and an outline of the contributions that this theme will make to discussions in Canada and beyond (1,000 to 2,000 words);
    2. the titles and abstracts of the individual articles and their individual contributions to the special theme (150 to 250 word abstracts); and
    3. a short biographical description of each contributor (approximately 100-150 words, please do not send individual CVs).

    Each special theme issue must normally include at least 8 articles in French and English and must count as many articles in French as in English. Translations into Inuktitut and its dialects are welcome.


    For all details, please, see Submission Guideline to Authors on our web site:


    We look forward to receiving your proposals for a thematic issue! We look forward to hearing from you! Thank you!

    Aurélie Maire
    Études Inuit Studies

    To see the PDF version of the Call for proposals of thematic issues, please click here.

  • Friday, January 13, 2023 - 17:59

    We are pleased to announce the publication of Vol. 46 (1).

    The entire issue is available online on Érudit:

    You will also soon find the details of its content on the Back issues’ page of our website.

    We wish you a good reading!

  • Thursday, November 17, 2022 - 16:00

    The journal Études Inuit Studies now has an Instagram account! Follow our page and discover our publications: @etudes.inuit.studies.

  • Tuesday, November 1, 2022 - 17:33

    The Études Inuit Studies journal invites you to the talk given by Enooyaq Sudlovenick, that is part of its Speaker Series on Inuit Research. This conference is intitled "Research in Inuit Nunaat" and will discuss research methods and practices around research done in Inuit Nunaat. She will describe terminology in natural and qualitative science, methodologies she uses in her research seeking to document Inuit knowledge, and will give an example of her research on beluga health and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit. The talk will be given in English. Click here for the Facebook event.

    Click here to register.

    Speaker : Enooyaq Sudlovenick is a PhD student at the University of Manitoba, working on beluga health and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (Inuit Knowledge). Ms Sudlovenick specializes in Arctic marine mammal health through contaminant, pathological studies, and local knowledge. She also works to document Inuit knowledge and uses it as a research framework in her projects. She has completed a Master of Science in veterinary medicine at the Atlantic Veterinary College in University of Prince Edward Island, working on ringed seal health in Iqaluit. Additionally, she holds a BSc in Marine Biology from the University of Guelph. She is an active member in the Arctic research community, volunteering with the ArcticNet Student Association as the President. Ms. Sudlovenick was born and raised in Iqaluit Nunavut and grew up hunting and camping throughout Baffin Island.

  • Monday, October 24, 2022 - 17:45

    The journal Études Inuit Studies will be present on Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at the Sentinel North Scientific Meeting, from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm, Centre des Congrès in Quebec City (Lounge area). Come and see us! You can visit the website of the event.

  • Monday, June 13, 2022 - 15:20

    We are pleased to announce the publication of Vol. 45 (1-2), « Tchoukotka : Comprendre le passé, les pratiques contemporaines et les perceptions du présent/Chukotka: Understanding the Past, Contemporary Practices, and Perceptions of the Present » edited by Dmitriy Oparin and Virginie Vaté.

    The entire issue will be available online on Érudit in a few weeks. We invite you to follow us there:

    You will also soon find the details of its content on the Back issues’ page of our website.

    We wish you a good reading!

  • Monday, June 13, 2022 - 14:54

    The 2022 Inuit Studies Conference begins this Sunday, June 19th. It will be held in Winnipeg (Canada) until Wednesday June 22nd. As previously announced, the Études Inuit Studies staff will be present! You will be able to subscribe to our most recent volume, but also to (re)discover back issues. Come and talk with our team members and learn more about our journal!

    For more information about the conference, visit its website and check out the 22nd Inuit Studies Conference program.

    We look forward to seeing you there!

  • Tuesday, March 1, 2022 - 19:16

    Next Inuit Studies Conference will be held from June 19th to June 22nd, 2022, in Winnipeg (Canada). Registration will open in late March.

    The Études Inuit Studies staff will be present!

    This year, the name of the conference is Auviqsaqtuq which can be translated to cutting blocks to make an iglu, or working together to build an iglu. Auviqsaqtuq evokes themes of collaboration, Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit, sharing intergenerational knowledge, and building something together. 

    For more information, please contact the conference co-coordinators at, or visit the website of the conference.

  • Tuesday, March 1, 2022 - 14:00

    The editorial staff is pleased to announce that they are currently preparing the next issue of the journal (Vol. 45, 1-2, 2021).

    This double issue will be entitled "Chukotka: Understanding the Past, Contemporary Practices, and Perceptions of the Present", and will be published Spring 2022 under the direction of Dimitry Oparin and Virginie Vaté.

    Stay tuned!