Kiumajut (talking back) : game management and Inuit rights, 1900-70 /

"Kiumajut (Talking Back):Game Management and Inuit Rights 1900-70 examines Inuit relations with the Canadian state, with a particular focus on two interrelated issues. The first is how a deeply flawed set of scientific practices for counting animal populations led policymakers to develop polici...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Kulchyski, Peter Keith, 1959-
Other Authors: Tester, Frank J.
Format: Book
Published: Vancouver [B.C.] : UBC Press, [2007]
Table of Contents:
  • "Contents"; "Maps, Figures, and Tables"; "Preface"; "Introduction"; "Part I: Managing the Game"; "1 Trapping and Trading: The Regulation of Inuit Hunting Prior to World War II"; "2 Sagluniit (“Liesâ€?): Manufacturing a Caribou Crisis"; "3 Sugsaunngittugulli (“We Are Uselessâ€?): Surveying the Animals"; "4 Who Counts? Challenging Science and the Law"; "Part II: Talking Back"; "5 Inuit Rights and Government Policy"; "6 Baker Lake, 1957: The Eskimo Council"; "7 Inuit Petition for Their Rights"; "Conclusion: Contested Ground"; "Notes"; "Bibliography"; "Index"
  • "A""b"; "c"; "d"; "e"; "f"; "g"; "h"; "i"; "j"; "k"; "l"; "m"; "n"; "o"; "p"; "q"; "r"; "s"; "t"; "u"; "v"; "w"; "y"; "z"