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  • 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: https://www.erudit.org/fr/revues/etudinuit/.

    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 inuitstudies2022@gmail.com, 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!

  • Tuesday, February 15, 2022 - 19:10

    The Journal Études Inuit Studies invites you to take note of its list of books available for review. If you are interested in any of them, please contact us at the following email address: revue.etudes.inuit@ciera.ulaval.ca.

    The regularly updated list as well as the publication rules are available on the Journal's website, at Submissions and Publication rules.

  • Friday, October 22, 2021 - 09:56

    The new issue of Études Inuit Studies is now available (Vol. 44, 1-2, 2020)!

    This new issue is entitled "Building and Dwelling in Inuit Nunangat" and was produced under the direction of Myriam Blais and Émilie Pinard. You can find the details of its content on the Back issues’ page of our website.

  • Friday, October 1, 2021 - 09:50

    The new issue of Études Inuit Studies is now available (Vol. 43, 1-2, 2019)!

    This new issue is entitled " The Past in the Yup’ik Present: Archaeologies of Climate Change in Western Alaska" and was produced under the direction of Kate Britton, Rick Knecht and Charlotta Hillerdal.

    You can find the details of its content on the Back issues’ page of our website.

  • Wednesday, September 22, 2021 - 09:40

    The editorial staff is pleased to announce that they are currently preparing the next issue of the journal (Vol. 46, 1, 2022).

    This issue will be dedicated to current research and will be published in Fall 2022.

  • Wednesday, September 1, 2021 - 09:43

    The editorial staff is pleased to announce that they are currently preparing the next issue of the journal  (Vol. 46, 2, 2022).

    This issue will be entitled "Inuit Voices: Community-Based Archaeology across the North American", and will be published Winter 2022-2023 under the direction of Sean Desjardins, Natasha Lyons and Mari Kleist.

    Stay tuned!

  • Sunday, August 22, 2021 - 09:44

    The editorial staff is pleased to announce that Vol. 42(1-2) 2018 is now available.

    Issue 42(1) has been republished and enhanced with a review of published theses. It can now be found as Vol. 42(1-2) 2018.

    You may find the details of its content on the Back issues’ page of our website.

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