Hummocks: Journeys and Inquiries Among the Canadian Inuit

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More than simple knolls, the jutting ice that emerges over time is, for Jean Malaurie, a metaphor for the process of memory and recollection and Hummocks, the first English translation of the renowned anthropologist's memoir of his expeditions to the Canadian Arctic, is a detailed evocation of Malaurie's travels among the Inuit. Malaurie's exploration of the North spanned a half-century, with voyages to Greenland, the Arctic, Alaska, and Siberia. Hummocks focuses on his expeditions to Back River, Gjoa Haven, Rankin Inlet, ...

Hummocks: Journeys and Inquiries Among the Canadian Inuit 2007, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773532007

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