Table of contents for Critical Inuit studies : an anthology of contemporary Arctic ethnography / edited by Pamela Stern and Lisa Stevenson.

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List of Illustrations	000
Introduction	000
Lisa Stevenson
Part I. Figuring Method
1. Flora and Me	000
Molly Lee
2. Listening to Elders, Working with Youth	000
Carol Zane Jolles
3. Participatory Anthropology in Nunavut	000
Michael J. Kral and Lori Idlout
4. Time, Space, and Memory	000
Murielle Nagy
5. Anthropology in an Era of Inuit Empowerment		000
Edmund (Ned) Searles
Part II. Reconfiguring Categories: Culture 
6. Land Claims, Development, and the Pipeline to Citizenship	000
Pamela Stern
7. Cultural Survival and the Trade in Iglulingmiut Traditions	000
Nancy Wachowich
8. Culture as Narrative	000
Nelson Graburn
9. six gestures	000
peter kulchyski
10. The Ethical Injunction to Remember	000
Lisa Stevenson
Part III. Reconfiguring Categories: Place
11. Inuit Place Names and Sense of Place	000
Béatrice Collignon
12. Inuit Social Networks in an Urban Setting	000
Nobuhiro Kishigami
13. Inuit Geographical Knowledge One Hundred Years Apart	000
Ludger Müller-Wille and Linna Weber Müller-Wille
14. Iglu to Iglurjuaq	000
Frank James Tester
15. From Area Studies to Cultural Studies to Critical Inuit Studies	000
Pamela Stern
Bibliography	000
Contributors	000
Index		000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Inuit -- History.
Inuit -- Politics and government.
Inuit -- Social life and customs.