Book details

Publication date: January 2009
Features: 7 maps, 1 colour google map, 23 B&W photographs, 25 colour photographs, 19 figures, 2 foldout timelines (with 1 map, 5 B&W photographs, 1 colour photograph, 2 figures), absract, references, appendices
Series: Occasional Publications Series
Keywords: Native Studies;Biography;Travel
Subject(s): SOCIAL SCIENCE / General, Area Studies, Northern & Polar Studies, Native Studies / Biography / Travel, Native Studies;Biography;Travel, Indigenous Studies, Canadian History
Publisher(s): The University of Alberta Press

. Fascinated by languages, Michelle Daveluy discovered sociolinguistics and the anthropology of language. Outside Quebec, she is interested in Nunavut and language issues in the workplace. She is part of the research team for the Inuit Leadership and Governance project in Nunavut and Nunavik.

"Roundtrip is not a history book per se.... This kind of research has now become the norm in Arctic anthropology and history. Yet very few books describe the researcher / research relationship in a more dynamic, thoughtful, and thorough manner. This is where the book is most successful. …Roundtrip shows that successful, productive, and legitimate collaborative research is possible and even attainable in the Arctic. And for this reason, the book is worth a look."

Levesque, Études/Inuit/Studies

ISBNs: 9781896445472 978-1-896445-47-2 Title: roundtrip ISBNs: 9781772122343 978-1-77212-234-3 Title: roundtrip