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    • Inuit principals and the changing context of bilingual education in Nunavut 

      Tulloch, Shelley; Metuq, Lena; Hainnu, Jukeepa; Pitsiulak, Saa; Flaherty, Elisapee; Lee, Cathy; Walton, Fiona (Université Laval, 2016)
      Inuit principals and the changing context of bilingual education in Nunavut Although positive policies and laws promote the Inuit language and Inuit qaujimajatuqangit (IQ) in all sectors of Nunavut society, including at ...
    • Not of African Descent: Dental Modification among Indigenous Caribbean People from Canímar Abajo, Cuba 

      Roksandic, Mirjana; Alarie, Kaitlynn; Rodríguez Suárez, Roberto; Huebner, Erwin; Roksandic, Ivan (PLoS, 2016-04-12)
      Dental modifications in the Caribbean are considered to be an African practice introduced to the Caribbean archipelago by the influx of enslaved Africans during colonial times. Skeletal remains which exhibited dental ...
    • Skeleton Cave, Leigh Woods, Bristol 

      Mullan, G. J.; Meiklejohn, C.; Babb, J. (University of Bristol Spelaeological Society, 2017)
      An account is given of the discovery and excavation of this small cave in the 1960s. It is recorded that archaeological finds were made, but of these, only a single human mandible can now be traced. Radiocarbon dating shows ...
    • Isotopic reconstruction of the weaning process in the archaeological population of Canímar Abajo, Cuba: A Bayesian probabilities mixing models approach 

      Chinique de Armas, Yadira; Roksandic, Mirjana; Nikitović, Dejana; Rodríguez Suárez, Roberto; Smith, David; Kanik, Nadine; García Jordá, Dailys; Buhay, William M. (Public Library of Science, 2017-05-01)
      The general lack of well-preserved juvenile skeletal remains from Caribbean archaeological sites has, in the past, prevented evaluations of juvenile dietary changes. Canímar Abajo (Cuba), with a large number of well-preserved ...
    • Reconciliation, resilience and resistance in Inuit teachers' professional development and practices 

      Snow, Kathy; Tulloch, Shelly; Ochalski, Heather; O’Gorman, Melanie (University of Aberdeen, 2018-08-11)
      In February 2017, 26 Inuit educators gathered in Nain, Nunatsiavut for the Inuit Education Forum. Teachers from each of the four Inuit regions in Canada were invited to share their experiences on education in Inuit Nunangat ...
    • Opening spaces for learning and teaching through community-based teacher education 

      Tulloch, Shelley; Moore, Sylvia (University of Aberdeen, 2018-12-21)
      Following Nunatsiavut land claims on the Northeast Atlantic coast in Canada, Memorial University and the Nunatsiavut Government partnered to offer a community-based, Inuit-specific Bachelor of Education (IBED). This program ...
    • Avelines's Hole: An Unexpected Twist in the Tale 

      Schulting, Rick J.; Booth, Tom; Brace, Selina; Diekmann, Yoan; Thomas, Mark; Barnes, Ian; Meiklejohn, Chris; Babb, Jeff; Budd, Chelsea; Charlton, Sophy; Van Der Plicht, Hans; Mullan, Graham; Wilson, Linda (University of Bristol Spelaeological Society, 2019)
      Aveline’s Hole is the largest known Early Mesolithic cemetery in Britain, previously thought to have no evidence for subsequent burial activity. Thus, it came as some surprise when the results of a recent ancient human DNA ...