Medical staffers walk on November 9, 2010 in a corridor of the Hopital Tenon in Paris.
She is also a member of International support group for the project ’urban Greenland’, Department of Cross-cultural and regional studies – language, religion and society, in Faculty of Humanities, at University of Copenhagen in Denmark.
Since 2004, she has been a member of Board of Directors for Nordregio, the Nordic Centre for Spatial Development as representative of Greenland University of Greenland (Ilisimatusarfik).
Five of the nation's traditional and very special places where comfort foods are served.
Diners find such menu favorites as steak and potatoes, mac and cheese, burgers and fries, and old fashioned baked pies.
Their participation can take several shapes: sharing knowledge, identifying and defining research questions, acting as researchers and authors, etc.
Moreover, Inuit knowledge is now giving form to scientific discourse.
This conference constitutes an excellent occasion to examine how knowledge is shared between researchers and Inuit, what is the impact of Inuit knowledge on scientific learning (and vice versa), what types of relations exist between researchers and Inuit during and after fieldwork, and how Inuit approach, perceive, and contribute to research.
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Formerly considered as mere stories whose interest was purely ethnological, Inuit descriptions and explanations of their environment are now valorized because of their richness, their deep-reaching understanding, and their precision.
The organizers invite you to explore Inuit contributions to contemporary learning, by proposing a reflection on Inuit knowledge, scientific knowledge, and the often complex links between the two.
s AFP PHOTO FRED DUFOUR File photo of hospital hallway.