Volume 6 Issue 1: REDEFINING THE NORTHERN RESEARCH LANDSCAPE

Image: Kids Outside Lowerpost | Kids on the Land, courtesy of Lianne Marie Leda Charlie.

FEATURES

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
The future of research in the Canadian North
Rhiannon Klein & Kiri Staples

NORTHERN VOICES
Building the Next Generation of Leaders
Kluane Adamek

ARTS & CULTURE
kamatsiagit Ulugianattumi — Safe in a dangerous place
Alex Saunders

Dän yéłan | Relative
Lianne Marie Leda Charlie

IN CONVERSATION
Editors, Kiri Staples and Rhiannon Klein,
facilitated a roundtable discussion with representatives from
four Northern research institutes and colleges.

REDEFINING THE NORTHERN RESEARCH LANDSCAPE

Relationships, resistance & resurgence in Northern-led research
Ashlee Cunsolo & Amy Hudson

From the credibility gap to capacity building:
An Inuit critique of Canadian Arctic research
Pitseolak Pfeifer

Research and reconciliation: Thoughts from two Yukon First Nations citizens
Tosh Southwick & David Silas

Narrowing the gap in Northern research
Alison Perrin

A reflection on Qaujigiartiit
Gwen K. Healey, Oopik Aglukark, Mona Belleau, Moriah Sallaffie, & Taha Tabish

Land claims and collaborative research: The long journey
Lindsay Staples

Co-management led research and sharing space on the pathway to Inuit self-determination in research
Jamie Snook, Ashlee Cunsolo, & Aaron Dale

Unlocking the potential of Inuit Nunangat research
Natan Obed

The Northern Canadian Research Congress:
Research by and for Northerners
Jen Jones

ARTICLES

Ahiarmiut relocations and the search for justice
Karine Duhamel & Warren Bernauer

BOOK REVIEWS


Download Volume 6, Issue 1, July 2018