Traditional Social Organization among the Inuit of Kangiqsujuaq, Nunavik (English version) PROMO CODE
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This ethnographic reconstruction of the Kangiqsujuarmiut traditional social organization was submitted in 1964 as a Master Thesis in anthropology at University of Montreal. Based on data collected in 1961 and 62, this work describes in an outstanding way the physical, historical and social context of one of the least acculturated groups of that time in Québec-Labrador. This text is indispensable in order to understand Nunavik as a whole. Until now, the text was unavailable in English, and the French version was difficult to acquire; an Inuktitut version is in preparation.
About the author
Bernard Saladin d’Anglure (1936- ) is a well-known anthropologist who worked extensively with Inuit from Nunavik and Nunavut. He translated Sanaaq in French. Professor Emeritus at Laval University, associated professor at the Anthropology Department, Research Fellow at the CIERA and Réseau Dialog (INRS0) in Montreal, he is now retired but remains very active, publishing books and articles, and involved in international files.