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Resource Details

Identifier:CE976K2003
Title Inuit Snow Terms: How Many and What Does It Mean?
Description:
Short paper visiting the Eskimo snow vocabulary controversy. Presented at the International PhD School for Studies of Arctic Societies.
Comments
Digital file only. Online at ANLC: https://www.uaf.edu/anlc/snow/
Citation
Kaplan, Lawrence. 2003. Inuit Snow Terms: How Many and What Does It Mean? In: Building Capacity in Arctic Societies: Dynamics and shifting perspectives. Proceedings from the 2nd IPSSAS Seminar. Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada: May 26-June 6, 2003, ed. by François Trudel. Montreal: CIÉRA -- Faculté des sciences sociales Université Laval.
Contributors Kaplan, Lawrence D. (author)
Date2003-05-26
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Subject Language(s) Comparative Eskimo-Aleut
Inupiaq
Yup'ik, Central Alaskan
LingType lexicon


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