Books – Inuit Studies
I Will Live for Both of Us
A History of Colonialism, Uranium Mining, and Inuit Resistance
A reflection on political and environmental history and a call for a future in which Inuit traditional laws and values are upheld.
Words of the Inuit
A Semantic Stroll through a Northern Culture
Words illuminating culture.
Inuit Stories of Being and Rebirth
Gender, Shamanism, and the Third Sex
The distillation of decades of listening.
From the Tundra to the Trenches
The world through the eyes of an Inuit soldier.
Life Among the Qallunaat
An Inuit woman’s movement between worlds and ways of understanding.
An Inuit Novel
The first Inuit novel ever written, Sanaaq is a captivating tale of life and death on the edge of the ice.
Stories in a New Skin
Approaches to Inuit Literature
A groundbreaking introduction to Inuit literary criticism.
Settlement, Subsistence, and Change Among the Labrador Inuit
The Nunatsiavummiut Experience
The first significant publication on the Labrador Inuit in more than thirty years.
Like the Sound of a Drum
Aboriginal Cultural Politics in Denendeh and Nunavut
In Like the Sound of a Drum, Peter Kulchyski brings new primary research and contemporary political theory to the study of Aboriginal politics in Denendeh and Nunavut. He looks as three northern communities — Fort Simpson and Fort Good Hope in Denendeh and Pangnirtung in Nunavut — and their strategies for maintaining their political and cultural independence.
In Order to Live Untroubled
Inuit of the Central Artic, 1550 to 1940
Although archaeologists and anthropologists have studied ancient and contemporary Inuit societies, the Inuit world in the crucial period from the 16th to the 20th centuries remains largely undescribed and unexplained. In Order to Live Untroubled helps fill this 400-year gap by providing the first, broad, historical survey of the Inuit peoples of the central arctic.