Rechercher

VIDÉOS

  • 24m 17s

    Qaggiq-7th Annual Minging Symposium M00794-022 _2003

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    chaîne: IBC

    Program name: Qaggiq
    Qaggiq (Gathering Place) was a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).
    Producer: Paul Quassa – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Paul Quassa

    Location: Iqaluit
    Segment 1: Mining Symposium Conference – a variety of presentations on mining in Nunavut.

    uploaded date: 21-05-2015

  • 30m 28s

    Uqausiqaqatigiingniq - Inuit Standardization Symposium (Part 1)

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    chaîne: Kingulliit The Next Generation Blog

    Footage of Uqausiqaqatigiingniq,
    the Inuit Standardization Symposium.

    The symposium dealt with the standardization of Inuktitut. Questions were brought up such as whether or not the language should be standardized, what would be the challenges of standardizing a language with such a variety of dialects, and how would one undertake such a project.

    uploaded date: 03-03-2011

  • 31m 26s

    Uqausiqaqatigiingniq - Inuit Standardization Symposium (Part 2)

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    chaîne: Kingulliit The Next Generation Blog

    Footage of Uqausiqaqatigiingniq,
    the Inuit Standardization Symposium.

    The symposium dealt with the standardization of Inuktitut. Questions were brought up such as whether or not the language should be standardized, what would be the challenges of standardizing a language with such a variety of dialects, and how would one undertake such a project.

    uploaded date: 04-03-2011

  • 31m 2s

    Uqausiqaqatigiingniq - Inuit Standardization Symposium (Part 3)

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    chaîne: Kingulliit The Next Generation Blog

    Footage of Uqausiqaqatigiingniq,
    the Inuit Standardization Symposium.

    The symposium dealt with the standardization of Inuktitut. Questions were brought up such as whether or not the language should be standardized, what would be the challenges of standardizing a language with such a variety of dialects, and how would one undertake such a project.

    uploaded date: 04-03-2011

  • 15m 37s

    Arctic Indigenous Languages Symposium: Jose Kusugak

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    chaîne: Arctic Languages

    Jose Amaujaq Kusugak speaks at the Arctic Indigenous Languages Symposium in Tromso, Norway on October 20th, 2008. Jose Amaujaq Kusugak was born in Naujaat, Nunavut in 1950. He is the second born of 8 brothers and 4 sisters. His passion for language started when he was taking Latin in high school and he realized that unlike Latin, Inuktitut was a working and living language.

    uploaded date: 13-11-2008

  • 11m 31s

    Arctic Indigenous Languages Symposium: Ronald Browser

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    chaîne: Arctic Languages

    Ronald Brower speaks at the Arctic Indigenous Languages Symposium in Tromso Norway on October 20th, 2008. Ronald H Brower Sr. was born in 1949 in Barrow and was raised in a traditional sod home at Eviksook about 30 miles south of Barrow until the Family moved to Barrow.

    uploaded date: 13-11-2008

  • 46m 18s

    Arctic Indigenous Languages Symposium : Discussion With Carl Olsen

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    chaîne: Arctic Languages

    This is an open discussion following the speakers of the second session of the Arctic Indigenous Languages Symposium on the topic of Protecting Culture and Transferring Knowledge followed by a talk by Carl Christian Olsen. Carl Christian Olsen, born in Sisimiut, Greenland, Puju, completed his doctoral studies in linguistics in 1975 and has devoted much of his life to language issues.

    uploaded date: 13-11-2008

  • 3m 43s

    Arctic Indigenous Languages Symposium: Hishinlai’ Kathy R Sikorski

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    chaîne: Arctic Languages

    Hishinlai’ Kathy R Sikorski speaks at the Arctic Indigenous Languages Symposium in Tromso, Norway on October 20th, 2008. Hishinlai’ Kathy R Sikorski studied linguistics and education at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), receiving a Masters in Education in Curriculum and Instruction earlier this year. She is currently pursuing a PhD.

    uploaded date: 20-11-2008

  • 14m 23s

    Arctic Indigenous Languages Symposium: Gunn-Britt Retter

    uploaded by: Anonymous

    chaîne: Arctic Languages

    Gunn-Britt Retter speaks at the Arctic Indigenous Languages Symposium in Tromso, Norway on October 20th, 2008. Gunn-Britt Retter is a Saami from the Varanger area on the coast of Northeast Norway. She is a teacher by training and holds a Master of Arts in Bilingual Studies from the University of Wales.

    uploaded date: 20-11-2008