Authors: M to Z

McNicoll, Paule, Frank Tester, and Peter Kulchyski (1999) Arctic abstersion: The Book of Wisdom for Eskimo, modernism and Inuit assimilation, Etudes/Inuit/Studies 23(1-2): 199-220     summary 
    Keywords: camp life, Canadian federal government, housekeeping, housing conditions

Minich, Katherine, Helga Saudny, Crystal Lennie, Michele Wood, Laakkuluk Williamson-Bathory, Zhirong Cao, and Grace M. Egeland (2011) Inuit housing and homelessness: results from the International Polar Year Inuit Health Survey 2007–2008, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 70(5): 520-531        summary      
children and youth
crowding, health, homelessness, social housing

Morin, Alexandre, Roberson Edouard, and Gérard Duhaime (2010) Beyond the harsh: objective and subjective living conditions in Nunavut, Polar Record 46(237): 97-112        summary       
    Keywords: crowding
, housing conditions, Nunavutplanning

Patton, A. Katherine and James M. Savelle (2006) The symbolic dimensions of whale bone use in Thule winter dwellings, Études/Inuit/Studies 30(2): 137-161            summary       
architecture and design, gender, Inupiat, Nunavut, prehistoryThule Inuit

Riva, Mylene, Pierrich Plusquellec, Robert-Paul Juster, Elhadji A. Laouan-Sidi, Belkacem Abdous, Michel Lucas, Serge, Dery, and Eric Dewailly (2014) Household crowding is associated with higher allostatic load among the InuitJournal of Epidemiology and Community Health 68: 363–369             summary       
crowding, health, mental health, Nunaviksocial housing

Ruiz-Castell, Gina Muckle, Eric Dewailly, Joseph L Jacobson, Sandra W. Jacobson, Pierre Ayotte, and Mylene Riva (2015) Household crowding and food insecurity among Inuit families with school-aged children in the Canadian Arctic, American Journal of Public Health 105(3): 122-132      summary       
children and youth, crowding, food security, housing conditionsNunavik

Sheppard, Lola and Mason White (2017) Government housing: Northwest Territories and Nunavut, In Many Norths: Spatial Practice in a Polar Territory, edited by Lola Sheppard and Mason White, Actar Publishers, pp.150-157                         summary       
    Keywords: architecture and design
, crowding, history of housing policy, spatial activity patternssustainability

Stern, Pamela R. (2005) Wage labor, housing policy, and the nucleation of Inuit households. Arctic Anthropology 42 (2): 66-81            summary           
    Keywords: history of housing policy, homeownership, Northwest Territories Housing Corporation, social housingUlukhaktok (Holman)

Stuckenberger, A. Nicole (2006) Sociality, temporality and locality in a contemporary Inuit community, Etudes/Inuit/Studies 30(2): 95-111               summary       
camp life, Qikiqtarjuaq (Broughton Island), resettlement, seasonal patterns of activitysocialityviolence

Tester, Frank James (1994) Integrating the Inuit: social work practice in the Eastern Arctic, 1955-1963, Canadian Social Work Review 11(2): 168-183         summary       
Iqaluit (Frobisher Bay), Rankin Inlet, resettlement, social worktuberculosis

Tester, Frank J. (2009) Iglutaasaavut (our new homes): neither “new” nor “ours”: housing challenges of the Nunavut Territorial Government, Journal of Canadian Studies 43(2): 137-158          summary          
    Keywords: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, crowding, history of housing policyhomeownership, Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (IQ), Nunavut, Nunavut Housing Corporationsocial housing

Tester, Frank James, Paule McNicoll, and Quyen Tran (2012) Structural violence and the 1962-1963 tuberculosis epidemic in Eskimo Point, N.W.T., Etudes/Inuit/Studies 36(2): 165-185        summary       
    Keywords: Arviat (Eskimo Point), Canadian federal government, crowding, shack housing, social housingtuberculosis

Whitridge, Peter (2008) Reimagining the iglu: modernity and the challenge of the eighteenth century Labrador Inuit winter house, Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 4(2): 288-309       summary       
    Keywords: archaeology, architecture and designgender, Labrador

Zrudlo, Leo (2001) A search for cultural and contextual identity in contemporary Arctic architecture, Polar Record 37: 55-66       summary           
architecture and design, Nunavikplanning