Multiple Resources Available

19 June 2014

Multiple Resources Available

1. Newsletter
Ice Bits - Spring 2014
U.S. Ice Drilling Program Office

2. Etudes/Inuit/Studies
Volume 37, Number 1, 2013, and
Volume 37, Number 2, 2013

1. Newsletter
Ice Bits - Spring 2014
U.S. Ice Drilling Program Office

The U.S. Ice Drilling Program Office announces that the spring 2014
issue of the Ice Bits newsletter of U.S. Ice Drilling Program activities
is now available.

Articles included in this issue are:

- Changing seasons for field project support: wrapping up a successful
Antarctic season and readying for a bustling Arctic season;
- New technology for the community;
- IDPO organized workshop for future deep and intermediate depth ice coring;
- Don Lebar announces retirement; and
- Drilling and logging support to science projects.

To read the spring 2014 issue of Ice Bits, go to:

2. Etudes/Inuit/Studies
Volume 37, Number 1, 2013, and
Volume 37, Number 2, 2013

"Etudes/Inuit/Studies" is a biannual scholarly journal that has been
published since 1977. The journal is devoted to the study of Inuit
societies, either traditional or contemporary, in the general
perspective of social sciences and humanities (ethnology, politics,
archaeology, linguistics, history, etc.). In addition to a number of
articles each volume contains book reviews, a list of scientific events,
and annual reviews of recent theses, and articles published in other

For a full list of contents, please see the publication website:

Volume 37, Number 1, 2013 includes the following articles:

- Introduction: Reconstructions of the Inuit past by Sean P. A.
Desjardins, Sarah Merina Hazell, and Marie-Pierre Gadoua;
- Building from the ground up: reconstructing visions of community in
Cambridge Bay, Nunavut by Brendan Griebel, Kitikmeot Heritage Society;
- Demographic adversities and indigenous resilience in western Alaska by
Kenneth L. Pratt, Joan C. Stevenson, and Phillip M. Everson; and
- Les roles contemporains de la culture materielle inuit ancienne by
Marie-Pierre Gadoua.

This issue also includes essays, research notes, book reviews, and
scientific information.

Volume 37, Number 2, 2013 includes the following articles:

- Introduction: Industrial development and mining impacts by Frank James
Tester and Sylvie Blangy;
- Wistful thinking: making Inuit labour and the Nanisivik mine near
Ikpiarjuk (Arctic Bay), nothern Baffin Island by Frank James Tester,
Drummond E. J. Lambert, and Tee Wern Lim;
- State, company, and community relations at the Polaris mine (Nunavut)
by Heather Green;
- "That's where our future came from:" mining, landscape, and memory in
Rankin Inlet, Nunavut by Tara Cater and Arn Keeling;
- Contestations of resource extraction projects via digital media in two
Nunavut communities by Willow Scobie and Kathleen Rodgers;
- De Rankin Inlet a Raglan, le developpement minier et les communautes
inuit by Thierry Rodon, Francis Levesque, and Jonathan Blais;
- Le developpement minier au Nunavik et l'importance du parc national
des Pingualuit pour proteger l'environnement et la culture inuit by
Pierre Philie; and
- Industrial impacts and indigenous representation: some fallacies in
the Sami quest for autonomy by Ivar Bjorklund.

This issue also includes essays, book reviews, a survey of journals, and
scientific information.

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