By Peter Collings
Peter Collings provides an available, clever, funny, and delicate account of Inuit males who're now not youths, yet now not but elders. in response to over two decades of analysis performed in Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, changing into Inummarik is a profound and nuanced examine modern Inuit lifestyles that indicates not only what Inuit males do, yet who they're. Collings recounts studies from his immersion within the day-by-day lives of Ulukhaktok's males - from searching and sharing food to cards and grocery buying - to illustrate how possible mundane actions supply revelations approximately complicated concerns corresponding to social relationships, prestige, and adulthood. He additionally displays at the ethics of immersive anthropological study, the problems of balancing specialist and private relationships with informants, and the character of data in Inuit culture.
Becoming Inummarik exhibits that whereas Inuit born right into a smooth society see themselves as assorted from their mom and dad' new release, their adherence to conventional rules approximately existence guarantees that they continue to be absolutely Inuit while their group has witnessed drastic upheaval.
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Becoming Inummarik: Men's Lives in an Inuit Community (McGill-Queen's Native and Northern Series) by Peter Collings