Other Publications and Presentations

Publications

Thorpe, N. 2002 (in press). Factors affecting change in Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit and traditional caribou hunting practices in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut. Cultivating Northern Landscapes. Edited by M. Nuttall and D. Anderson. Berghahn Publishing. Oxford, U.K.

Thorpe, N., S. Eyegetok, N. Hakongak and the Kitikmeot Elders.  2001.  Thunder on the tundra: Inuit ecological knowledge of caribou. Tuktu and Nogak Project and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Vancouver, BC. 240 pps.

Thorpe, N. 2001 (in press).  Climate and caribou: Inuit knowledge of the impacts of climate change on the Bathurst Caribou Herd in the Kitikmeot Region, Nunavut. Arctic Conservation Issues: Status and Trends of Arctic Flora, Fauna and Their Habitats. Edited by H. Huntington.  Arctic Council, Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF).  50-52.

Riedlinger, D., S. Fox, and N. Thorpe.  2001 (in press).  Inuit and Inuvialuit knowledge of climate change in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.  Native Voices in Research: Northern and Native Studies.  Edited by J. Oakes and R. Riewe. Winnipeg, MB: Native Studies Press, University of Manitoba Press, University of Manitoba. 21-48.

Thorpe, N. and S. Eyegetok.  2000.  The Tuktu and Nogak Project brings elders and youth together.  Native Journal 9 (7): 9.

Thorpe, N. and S. Eyegetok.  2000.  Lessons on the land: The Tuktu and Nogak Project elder-youth camp.  Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated Press.  Ittuaqtuut 2 (2): 32-43.

Thorpe, N.  1998.  The Hiukitak School of Tuktu: Collecting Inuit ecological knowledge of caribou and calving areas through an elder youth camp.  Arctic 51(4): 403-408. 

Thorpe, N.  1997.  The Tuktu and Nogak Project: Inuit knowledge about caribou and calving areas in the Bathurst Inlet Region. Arctic 50 (4): 381-4.

 

CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS

Thorpe, N.  Moving Forward: Contributions of Inuit knowledge to understanding the impacts of climate on caribou. 51st Arctic Science Conference. Whitehorse, YT.   September, 2000.

Thorpe, N., D. Riedlinger, S. Fox and GeoNorth Consultants.  A preliminary assessment of the state of documented traditional and local knowledge research of climate change.  Northern Climate ExChange Workshop.  Whitehorse, YT.  September, 2000.

Thorpe, N.  Starting points for research: Contributions of Inuit knowledge to understanding climate change.  12th Inuit Studies Conference.  Aberdeen, Scotland.  August, 2000.

Thorpe, N.  Finding balance in times of transition: Inuit recommendations on sustainability in the mineral-rich caribou calving grounds of Nunavut.  12th Inuit Studies Conference.  Aberdeen, Scotland.  August, 2000.

Thorpe, N. and S. Eyegetok.  Inuit ecological knowledge of climatic influences on caribou.  Workshop on Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Strategies for Canada’s Northern Territories. Yellowknife, NWT.  February, 2000.

Thorpe, N., S. Eyegetok, and Elder L. Kamoayok.  Inuit ecological knowledge of climatic influences on caribou and calving areas in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut, Canada.  10th Annual Arctic Ungulate Conference.  University of Tromso, Norway.  August, 1999.

Thorpe, N. S. Eyegetok and Elder P. Omilgoitok.  The Tuktu and Nogak Project: Participatory action research in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut.  Arctic Institute of North America.  University of Calgary, AB.  August, 1998.

Thorpe, N.  Inuit knowledge of caribou and calving areas in the Bathurst Inlet region.  5th National Students’ Conference on Northern Studies.  Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies.  Simon Fraser University.  Vancouver, BC.  November 1997.

 

GUEST LECTURES

Thorpe, N. Research in Inuit knowledge of climate change impacts on caribou in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut. University of Victoria.  Victoria, BC. March 2001.

Thorpe, N., S. Eyegetok and N. Hakongak.  Thoughtful Reflections on Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (IQ) research.  Government of Nunavut.  Iqaluktuuttiaq, NU.  November 2000.

Thorpe, N.  Lessons learned: Reflections on conducting cross-cultural and community-based research in the Arctic.  Presentation to REM 601.  School of Resource and Environmental Management.  Simon Fraser University.  Burnaby, BC.  October 1998.

Thorpe, N., N. Hakongak and Elder M. Koihok.  Youth are the future: Elders and youth for the Tuktu and Nogak Project.  Kiiliinik High School.  Iqaluktuuttiaq, NU.  June 1998.

Thorpe, N. and S. Eyegetok.  Participatory action research in the Arctic: An Inuit and non-Inuit perspective. Simon Fraser University Co-Management Research Group.  Vancouver, BC.  March 1998.

Thorpe, N.  The importance of youth in the Tuktu and Nogak Project.  Umingmaktuuq Elementary School.  Umingmaktuuq, NU.  July 1997.