Journal Etudes/Inuit Studies
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Dr Murielle Nagy is a consultant in anthropology and archaeology. From 2002 to 2017, she was the editor of the journal Études/Inuit/Studies. She has done research in Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavik (Northern Quebec). She has written on Yukon and Nunavik prehistory, Inuvialuit oral history, Oblate missionnary Émile Petitot, and intellectual property and ethics in Indigenous research. In 2017, she was appointed member of the Toponymy Commission of Quebec.
InterestsSocial Science, Indigenous Knowledge
anthropology, archaeology, oral history
Inuvialuit oral history.Oblate missionary Emile Petitot.Paleoeskimo archaeology.Zooarchaeology.