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Ulirnaisigutiit

By Lucien Schneider
  • ISBN Code: : 9782763770659
  • Publisher : Presses Université Laval
  • Pages : 507
  • Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Inuktitut words in roman orthography and syllabics.

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Les récits d’Anabel et de Jolliet ne sont d’aucun secours. Ces précurseurs ne cherchaient pas tant à explorer la région entre le lac Saint-Jean et le lac Mistassini qu’à accomplir à la baie James leurs missions politique, économique et évangélique. Les explorateurs récents contribueront davantage. James Richardson se rend en 1870 au lac Mistassini en passant par la rivière Ashouapmouchouan, le lac Nicaubeau et le lac Chibougamau, Walter McQuat, pour continuer les travaux de Richardson, atteint le lac Mistassini en 1871 en montant la rivière Mistassini (...), puis en gagnant la rivière du chef à l’ouest pour arriver finalement au grand lac par la baie Cabistachouan (nommé Opitouk par les Indiens). Cette traversée de la rivière Mistassini à la rivière du Chef n’est pas inhabituelle et McQuat l’a entreprise pour chercher des terrains cupfrières analogues à ceux qu’avait repérés plus à l’est Richardson en 1870. James Galbraith, en 1881, va au lac Supérieur à la baie James et de là au lac Mistassini et à Tadoussac...

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  • Pdf File: littératures-autochtones.pdf

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Vient de paraître aux éditions Mémoire d’encrier Littératures autochtones, ouvrage collectif sous la direction de Louis-Jacques Dorais et Maurizio Gatti. Chercheurs et créateurs d’horizons divers explorent cet espace littéraire « archipélique ». Le résultat est un regard global sur les communautés et leur littérature. Questions, propositions, jeux/enjeux de ces Nations qui se cherchent dans leurs cris, du Maroc au Québec/Canada, de la Polynésie française à la Nouvelle-Calédonie. Dans l’introduction, Maurizio Gatti donne le ton : Les littératures autochtones ne se résument pas à des signes graphiques tracés sur le papier. Elles sont des êtres humains, des écrivains, des villages, des nations, des siècles de culture et d’histoire. Elles sont la vie transmuée en livre. Elles sont à la fois universelles et spécifiques... De nouvelles histoires littéraires se profilent à l’horizon. Une grande première dans la francophonie que ces littératures qui entrent sur la place publique, affirmant ainsi leur existence. Littératures autochtones traite notamment d’oralités et d’écritures, de langues et de traductions, de la critique littéraire et du point de vue des autochtones. Le mérite d’un tel essai, outre le précieux éclairage sur ces littératures, demeure cette mise en commun de l’espace autochtone qui gomme la solitude dans laquelle sont trop souvent enfermées les communautés. Ont collaboré à cet ouvrage : Louis-Jacques Dorais, Abdallah El Mountassir, Natacha Gagné, Maurizio Gatti, Ali Iken, Marie-Hélène Jeannotte, Ali Khadaoui, Michèle Lacombe, Heather Macfarlane, Keavy Martin, Isabelle Miron, Jean-Marc Tera’ituatini Pambrun, Pierre Rouxel, Marie Salaün, Isabelle St-Amand.

Histoires nordiques

By Lucie Lachapelle
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  • Publisher : Éditions XYZ
  • Book Code : 2892617685
  • Total of Pages : 138
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 951
  • Pdf File: histoires-nordiques.pdf

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Lucie Lachapelle a fait plusieurs séjours au Nunavik, où elle a enseigné en 1975. Elle en a rapporté des paysages et des personnages qui ont inspiré ces histoires nordiques en partie autobiographiques, en partie inventées. Dans ces histoires, les paysages de toundra et de glace sont grandioses et les personnages, plus grands que nature. Ce sont des Inuits, bien sûr: Qumaluq, le solitaire hanté par la guerre où il a perdu l’usage d’une jambe; le père de Pitaa, un chasseur qui intimide les enseignants; Akinisie, la vieille guérisseuse; Kitty, l’adolescente déjà mère; Tamusi, le séducteur des Blanches... Ce sont aussi des Blancs: Jean-Claude Mailly, le représentant de la province, paternaliste et condescendant; Kurt, le géant blanc, commis à l’aéroport, et surtout Louise, l’enseignante fascinée par le Nord et pleine de tendresse pour ses habitants. La rencontre de l’Autre est au cœur de ces histoires d’amour et de violence, d’adversité et de courage, où le monde nordique est décrit dans toute sa grandeur et avec tous ses malheurs. Qu’elles soient dramatiques, poétiques ou teintées d’humour, elles traitent avec une grande sensibilité des différences culturelles entre le Sud et le Nord.

Wörterbücher / Dictionaries / Dictionnaires. 3. Teilband

By Rufus Gouws
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  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter
  • Book Code : 3110203391
  • Total of Pages : 282
  • Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
  • Members : 918
  • Pdf File: wörterbücher-dictionaries-dictionnaires-3-teilband.pdf

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Den Gegenstand des Handbuches bildet die Lexikographie und die Wörterbuchforschung, und letztere präsentiert sich in den drei Teilbänden erstmals in ihren verschiedenen Ausprägungen mit einem großen Reichtum an Details, doch zugleich in einer zusammenhängenden und umfassenden Weise: 248 Autoren haben in den Sprachen Deutsch, Englisch und Französisch 349 Artikel geschrieben, welche auf 38 Kapitel verteilt sind. Die Zielsetzung des Handbuches, die sich aus der Lage der Lexikographie und dem Forschungsstand der örterbuchforschung ergibt, ist es die Lexikographie aller Sprachkreise der Erde zu registrieren sowie die der größeren Sprachen, und hier besonders die der europäischen und die ihrer Varietäten, detailliert darzustellen, den Status und die Funktion von lexikographischen Nachschlagewerken, insonderheit die von Sprachwörterbüchern in ihren unterschiedlichen Typen innerhalb der Kultursysteme von Gesellschaften zu beschreiben, die Geschichte der Lexikographie an Beispielen größerer Kulturen zu entwerfen, auf der Grundlage der Kenntnis der gesellschaftlichen Funktionen von Wörterbüchern und der Buchgeschichte und unter Berücksichtigung von Theorien über den Aufbau des Lexikons und seine Stellung im Sprachganzen Ausschnitte zu einer Allgemeinen Theorie der Lexikographie zu liefern, die Methodik der Lexikographie für alle Phasen des lexikographischen Prozesses, von der äußeren Arbeitsorganisation der Wörterbuchkanzleien bis hin zu methodischen Einzelverfahren unter Berücksichtigung des Computereinsatzes darzustellen und weiterzuentwickeln, auf die Unterschiede zwischen den realistischen Möglichkeiten und der gegebenen Realität der lexikographischen Praxis hinzuweisen und aus der Kenntnis von lexikographischen Defiziten Möglichkeiten für qualitative Verbesserungen und aussichtsreiche Perspektiven für neue lexikographische Projekte und metalexikographische Forschungen aufzuzeigen, die primäre und sekundäre Literatur möglichst breit und zuverlässig zu dokumentieren und insgesamt nachhaltig dazu beizutragen, daß die moderne wissenschaftliche Lexikographie zu einer von Wissenschaftlern lehrbaren und von Studenten lernbaren praxisorientierten Disziplin entwickelt wird.

Studia Anthropologica: Сборник статей к юбилею проф. М. А. Членова

By Сборник статей
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  • Publisher : Litres
  • Book Code : 5457522725
  • Total of Pages :
  • Category : Social Science
  • Members : 671
  • Pdf File: studia-anthropologica.pdf

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Сборник «Studia Anthropologica» посвящается юбилею известного российского антрополога Михаила Анатольевича Членова. Книга объединяет статьи коллег и друзей юбиляра, специалистов в области лингвистики, этнографии, мифологии, и отражает проблематику, близкую научным интересам М.А. Членова – это иудаика, индонезистика, эскимосоведение и общая этнография. Материалы сборника представляют результаты новейших разработок в указанных областях, вводят в научный оборот новые данные, полученные в ходе полевых исследований.Книга адресована специалистам – филологам, этнографам, историкам – и широкому кругу читателей.

Sanaaq

By Mitiarjuk Nappaaluk
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  • Publisher : Univ. of Manitoba Press
  • Book Code : 0887554474
  • Total of Pages : 248
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 668
  • Pdf File: sanaaq.pdf

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Sanaaq is an intimate story of an Inuit family negotiating the changes brought into their community by the coming of the qallunaat, the white people, in the mid-nineteenth century. Composed in 48 episodes, it recounts the daily life of Sanaaq, a strong and outspoken young widow, her daughter Qumaq, and their small semi-nomadic community in northern Quebec. Here they live their lives hunting seal, repairing their kayak, and gathering mussels under blue sea ice before the tide comes in. These are ordinary extraordinary lives: marriages are made and unmade, children are born and named, violence appears in the form of a fearful husband or a hungry polar bear. Here the spirit world is alive and relations with non-humans are never taken lightly. And under it all, the growing intrusion of the qallunaat and the battle for souls between the Catholic and Anglican missionaries threatens to forever change the way of life of Sanaaq and her young family.

Sciatica No More

By Pamela H. Royal
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  • Publisher : Enlightened Publishing
  • Book Code : N.a
  • Total of Pages : 103
  • Category : Health & Fitness
  • Members : 196
  • Pdf File: sciatica-no-more.pdf

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"I woke up one morning and could not get out of bed – literally. Every time I attempted to raise myself to a sitting position, pain shot through my lower back and into my left hip and buttock..." Does this sound familiar to you? That was 6 years ago when I first experienced the shocking sciatica pain. Horror could not begin to describe how I felt that day. For the next 12 weeks I went through hell and back. Through a series of non-surgical treatments, exercises, and stretches, I have been back pain free & have not needed to see a healthcare professional for sciatica since then. I continue to care for my back with stretching, walking and sometimes back strengthening exercises. Oh, and every now and then, I also treat my back to spinal decompression at the chiropractor’s office. The single most important thing I learned through my ordeal with sciatica is that there is no way any doctor can tell every patient everything he or she needs to know and, unfortunately, most patients don’t know what questions to ask. This is why I wrote "Sciatica No More." I am hoping that this book will help people learn about their conditions, learn of the many treatment options, learn to live within the limitations of their bodies and learn to live free from sciatica pain. In this book, you will learn: - What is sciatica & sciatic nerve pain - Sciatica diagnostic processes, sciatica symptoms - Common causes of sciatica - Non-surgical treatment options - Natural remedies for sciatica pain - Exercises for sciatica relief - Surgical treatment options - Working with sciatica pain - Travelling with sciatica pain - Sleeping with sciatica pain - Myths and facts about sciatica - Learn to say sayonara sciatica - And much more...

Sinews of Survival

By Betty Kobayashi Issenman
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  • Publisher : UBC Press
  • Book Code : 0774841893
  • Total of Pages : 224
  • Category : Social Science
  • Members : 131
  • Pdf File: sinews-of-survival.pdf

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Betty Issenman examines all aspects of winter and summer Inuit clothing, going back 4000 years, with particular emphasis on northern Canadian Inuit. She also describes the kinds of material and tools used to make the clothing. The focus is on on Inuit clothing as protection, identity, and culture bearer, roles it has played for thousands of years. No other book brings together contemporary and historical material from the circumpolar worlds with original research. Sinews of Survival is a fascinating study of Inuit clothing, past and present. It includes over 200 illustrations of various kinds of clothing. The voices of the Inuit are heard throughout the text in quotations from consultations and the literature. By describing one component of Inuit society, the author opens a pathway to understanding the culture as a whole.

Other Side of Eden

By Hugh Brody
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  • Publisher : D & M Publishers
  • Book Code : 1926706722
  • Total of Pages : 376
  • Category : Social Science
  • Members : 730
  • Pdf File: other-side-of-eden.pdf

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Part memoir, part adventure story, part intellectual voyage, The Other Side of Eden begins in the High Arctic of the 1970s. This was where Hugh Brody first lived with hunting peoples and where, as he explains, he first encountered a way of being that would transform how he saw the world. In this marvellous new book, Brody’s travels take him through exquisite landscapes of ice and snow with companions who know the land as a part of themselves. He also travels through time and space as he explores the divide between hunters and farmers that lies at the core of human history. Shaped with a compelling mix of order and intuition, The Other Side of Eden draws on the author’s personal experience, on the words of the hunter-gatherers he comes to know and on the work of linguists, anthropologists and historians. Finally, Brody poses questions about the mind itself, arriving at a compelling and profoundly hopeful conclusion. Something exists, he suggests, that is neither heaven nor hell, neither modern nor ancient, neither civilized nor primitive: a place within each of us where we can be beyond the dichotomies and ultimately more fully ourselves.

The Netsilik Eskimo

By Asen Balikci
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  • Publisher : Waveland Press
  • Book Code : 1478607912
  • Total of Pages : 276
  • Category : Social Science
  • Members : 791
  • Pdf File: the-netsilik-eskimo.pdf

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Today regarded as a classic, this description of life in polar cultures reflects traditional ethnography at its best and has been a favored account for thirty years. Balikcis important study of the Netsilingmiut, an isolated tribe of Arctic hunters living close to the Arctic Circle, examines their technology, social organization, and religion. The extended period of time that the author worked with the Netsilik Eskimo is reflected in the depth of his understanding of their past and present environments. His portrayal of their dependence on government services, along with modern technology, provides an accurate and necessary insight into the process of cultural change being experienced by cultures in many developing countries. The volume makes a superb accompaniment to the Netsilik documentary film series.

Tammarniit (Mistakes)

By Frank Tester,Peter Kulchyski
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  • Publisher : UBC Press
  • Book Code : 0774842717
  • Total of Pages : 434
  • Category : Social Science
  • Members : 797
  • Pdf File: tammarniit.pdf

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Through an examination of the roles of relief and relocation in response to welfare and other perceived problems and the federal government's overall goal of assimilating the Inuit into the dominant Canadian culture, this book questions the seeming benevolence of the post-Second World War Canadian welfare state. The authors have made extensive use of archival documents, many of which have not been available to researchers before. The early chapters cover the first wave of government expansion in the north, the policy debate that resulted in the decision to relocate Inuit, and the actual movement of people and materials. The second half of the book focuses on conditions following relocation and addresses the second wave of state expansion in the late fifties and the emergence of a new dynamic of intervention.