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Études/Inuit/Studies, a semi-annual scholarly journal, has published since 1977. It is devoted to studying traditional and contemporary Inuit societies from Greenland to Russia from a broad social science and humanities perspective (ethnology, politics, law, archaeology, linguistics, history, etc.). Over the years, the journal has become a central meeting point of a vast scientific communications network open to all disciplines and scientific horizons. Each volume contains articles, book summaries, science information and yearly reviews of doctoral theses and articles that have appeared in other journals.

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  • Abstracts in Anthropology
  • America: History and Life
  • Anthropological Literature
  • ASTIS
  • Bibliographie internationale d'anthropologie sociale et culturelle / International Bibliography of Social and Cultural Anthropology
  • Bulletin signalétique (ethnologie)
  • Historical Abstracts
  • MLA International Bibliography,
  • FRANCIS
  • (UN) Monthly Bibliography II: Selected Articles
  • Sociological Abstracts
  • Repère
  • SOPODA

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Publishers Association Inuksiutiit Katimajiit Inc. and Centre interuniversitaire d’études et de recherches autochtones (CIÉRA) | ISSN 1708-5268 (digital) 0701-1008 (print) | Frequency 2 issues per year | Publication period 1977- |  Available in Érudit 2002-  | Language(s)  French, English | Format Digital and Paper| Access policy two-year moving wall | Discipline(s) Anthropology and Ethnology

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