Authors: A to L

Anderson, Erik and Sarah Bonesteel (2010) A brief history of federal Inuit policy development: lessons in consultation and cultural competence, Aboriginal Policy Research 7: 147-173            summary
    Keywords: architecture and design, Canadian federal government, crowding, history of housing policy

Billson, Janet Mancini (2006) Shifting gender regimes: the complexities of domestic violence among Canada’s Inuit, Etudes/Inuit/Studies 30(1): 69-88        summary    
gender, Pangnirtung, resettlement, violence

Carter, Tom, Christa Jacobucci and Tom Janzen (2003) Inuit housing needs: A Coral Harbour, Nunavut case study, Prairie Perspectives 6: 116-134            summary
    Keywords: children and youth, Coral Harbour, crowding, housing shortages, povertyresettlement

Chabot, Marcelle and Gerard Duhaime (1998) Land-use planning and participation: the case of Inuit public housing (Nunavik, Canada) Habitat International 22(4): 429-447        summary
    Keywords: Canadian federal government, citizen participation, history of housing policy, Kuujjuaq, planning, Nunavik, social housing, Société d'habitation du Québec (SHQ)

Clark, Michael, Peter Riben, and Earl Nowgesic (2002) The association of housing density, isolation and tuberculosis in Canadian First Nations communities, International Journal of Epidemiology 31(5): 940-945            summary
    Keywords: crowding, health, isolation, tuberculosis

Collings, Peter F. (2005) Housing policy, aging, and life course construction in a Canadian Inuit community, Arctic Anthropology 42(2): 50-65            summary
    Keywords: history of housing policy, homeownership, Homeownership Assistance Program (HAP), Northwest Territories Housing Corporation, Ulukhaktok (Holman)

Dawson, Peter C. (1995) "Unsympathetic users": an ethnoarchaeological examination of Inuit responses to the changing nature of the built environment, Arctic 48(1): 71-80        summary
    Keywords: architecture and design, gender, prefabricated houses, Thule Inuit, traditional dwellings

Dawson, Peter C. (2001) Interpreting variability in Thule Inuit architecture: a case study from the Canadian High Arctic, American Antiquity 66(3): 453-470        summary

Dawson, Peter C. (2006) Seeing like an Inuit family: the relationship between house form and culture in Northern Canada, Etudes/Inuit/Studies 30(2): 113-135            summary
    Keywords: architecture and design, Arviat (Eskimo Point), indoor air quality, social organization

Dawson, Peter C. (2008) Unfriendly architecture: using observations of Inuit spatial behavior to design culturally sustaining houses in Arctic Canada, Housing Studies 23 (1): 111-128        summary
    Keywords: architecture and design, Arviat (Eskimo Point), sociality, spatial activity patterns

Debicka, Elizabeth and Avi Friedman (2009) From policies to building: public housing in Canada’s Eastern Arctic 1950s to 1980s, Canadian Journal of Urban Research 18(2): 25-39        summary
    Keywords: architecture and designCanadian federal government, Eskimo Housing Loan Program, health, history of housing policy, Northwest Territories Housing Corporationtraditional dwellings

Edouard, Roberson and Gérard Duhaime (2013) The well-being of the Canadian Arctic Inuit: the relevant weight of economy in happiness equations, Social Indicators Research 113(1): 373-392        summary
    Keywords: housing conditions, Survey of Living Conditions in the North, well-being

Farish, Matthew and P. Whitney Lackenbauer (2009) High modernism in the Arctic: planning Frobisher Bay and Inuvik, Journal of Historical Geography 35: 517-544        summary
    Keywords: Cold War, Inuvik, Iqaluit (Frobisher Bay), modernismplanning, prefabricated houses, urbanization

Gerin-Lajoie, Guy (2017) Fabricating a Northern Vernacular, IN Many Norths: Spatial Practice in a Polar Territory, edited by Lola Sheppard and Mason White, Actar Publishers, pp. 158-163        summary
    Keywords: architecture and design, Nunavut, sustainability

Habu, Junko and James M. Savelle (1994) Construction, use, and abandonment of a Thule Whale Bone House, Somerset Island, Arctic Canada, Quarternary Research (Japan), 33(1): 1-18        summary
    Keywords: archaeology, ceremonial structures, qarigi, Somerset Island, Thule Inuit, traditional dwellings

Havelka, Susane (2014) “Living Inuktitut”: from village to camp, modifying the landscape the Inuit wayTraditional Dwellings and Settlements Review 26(1): 52            summary
    Keywords: architecture and designplanning, spatial activity patternssustainability

Hobart, Charles W. (1970) Some consequences of residential schooling of Eskimos in the Canadian Arctic, Arctic Anthropology 6(2): 123-135            summary
    Keywords: children and youthInuvik, residential schoolsresettlement

Hobart, Charles W. (1975) Socioeconomic correlates of mortality and morbidity among Inuit infantsArctic Anthropology 12(1): 37-48            summary
    Keywords: children and youthcrowdinghealthhousing conditions

Hohmann, Jessie (2009) Igloo as Icon: A Human Rights Approach to Climate Change for the Inuit, Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems 18: 295-316            summary
    Keywords: architecture and design, climate change, human rights, infrastructuresustainability

Khan, Faiz Ahmad, Greg J. Fox, Robyn S. Lee, Mylene Riva, Andrea Benedetti, Jean-François Proulx, Shelley Jung, Karen Hornby, Marcel A. Behr, and Dick Menzies (2016) Housing and tuberculosis in and Inuit village in Northern Quebec: a case-control study, CMAJ Open 4(3): 496-506        summary
    Keywords: crowding, indoor air qualityNunaviktuberculosis

Kupfer, George and Charles W. Hobart (1978) Impact of oil exploration work on an Inuit community, Arctic Anthropology 15(1): 58-67            summary
    Keywords: employment, Kugluktuk (Coppermine), Mackenzie Delta, Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Inquiry

Lauster, Nathanael and Frank Tester (2010) Culture as a problem in linking material inequality to health: on residential crowding in the Arctic, Health & Place 16(3): 523-530            summary
    Keywords: children and youth, crowdinggender, health, Nunavutresettlement

Légaré, André (2009) Nunavut, the unfulfilled dream: the arduous path toward socio-economic autonomy, The Northern Review 30: 207-240            summary
    Keywords: children and youth, crowdinghealth, mental healthNunavutsocial housing

LeMoine, Genevieve (2003) Woman of the house: gender, architecture, and ideology in Dorset prehistory, Arctic Anthropology 40(1): 121-138        summary   
archaeology, architecture and design, gender, Late Dorset, prehistory

Lyons, Natasha (2010) The wisdom of elders: Inuvialuit social memories of continuity and change in the twentieth century, Arctic Anthropology 47(1): 22-38        summary
    Keywords: Aklavik, camp life, Inuvialuit, Inuvik, Mackenzie Delta, oral history, resettlement, tents