Episode thirty features a discussion with Dino Bruce. Dino is an artist, fabricator, hunter, and entrepreneur. Through his business, Inu-vations Inc, Dino fabricates, innovates, and sells ulus, harpoon heads, and knives. In addition to discussing Dino's creative efforts, we talk about goose and seal hunting in Coral Harbour and the outfitting business he operates called Tassiuq Outfitters.
Episode twenty-seven features a discussion with Celia Haig-Brown. Celia is a Professor and Associate Vice-President Research at York Univeristy. The discussion delves into Celia's decolonial and critical pedagogical research work with a particular focus on her film: Listen to Land - this project was a collaborative effort with the Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach and was funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
Lauren Eichler & David Baumeister: Hunting for Justice
Episode twenty-five features a discussion with Tarralik Duffy. Discussion focuses on Tarralik's artistic practices particularly her jewellery and design work and her creative venture/artistic brand Ugly Fish Design.
Sky Panipak: Reviewing the Year's Hunting Experiences
Episode twenty-four features a return guest: Sky Panipak. We discuss Sky's hunting experiences in 2018 including stories about hunting seal, fox, and ptarmigan in Pangnirtung, Nunavut.
Geneviève Desportes: North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission
Episode twenty-three features a discussion with Geneviève Desportes. Geneviève is the General Secretary of NAMMCO, which is the North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission. We discuss what NAMMCO is and does, Geneviève's role and work with the Commission, and issues related to ensuring sustainable usage of marine mammals in the North Atlantic.
Claudio Aporta: Mapping Inuit Hunting Trails
Episode twenty-two features a discussion with Claudio Aporta. Claudio is an Associate Professor and Director of the Marine Affiars Program at Dalhousie University. The discussion focuses on Claudio's research efforts to map, through community consultation, the routes and trails that Inuit, particularly hunters, use/have used to travel across the land, sea, and ice.
Gioia Barnbrook: Researching Goose Hunting in Wemindji
Episode twenty-one features a discussion with Gioia Barnbrook. Gioia is a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology at University of Aberdeen. The discussion delves into the methodological and ethical apsects of Gioia's doctoral research on goose hunting in the Cree community of Wemindji, Quebec. Thank you for listening and please enjoy the episode.
Chris Darimont: Studying and Practicing the Science and Politics of Wildlife Management
This episode features Chris Darimont, Associate Professor, University of Victoria and Science Director, Raincoast Conservation Foundation. The episode revolves around Chris' academic, advocacy, and personal interest in conservation science, wildlife management, and hunting. A particular highlight of the discussion is on the topic of Chris' collaborative work with Indigenous Nations in British Columbia on issues of conservation and resource management.
Piers Kreps: Research, Advocacy, and Reconnections
On this episode I speak with Piers Kreps. Piers is completing an undergraduate degree in Political Science and Indigenous Studies at McMaster University. We have an engaging disucssion about research and advocacy work as well how Piers reconnected with family and the land in Inuvik and Tuktoyatuk.
Joshua Stribbell: Living in the City and thinking about Wilderness
Nicole Camphaug: The Art & Work of Crafting Sealskin Shoes
This episode features a dicussion with Nicole Camphaug from Rankin Inlet, NU. Currently residing in Iqaluit, Nicole is a desiginer and frabicator of jewelery and fashion items crafted from furs, skins, bone, and antler. Our discussion focuses in on what consider her most equiste work: the merging of sealskin with shoes. See more of Nicole's work here: @ENBartisan.
This epsiode features Dr. Nancy Wachowich from the University of Aberdeen. The main topic of discussion focuses on Dr. Wachowich's collaborative work with the Mittimatalik Arnait Miqsuqtuit Collective (MAMC), which is a collective of women, residing in Pond Inlet, Nunavut, that work with and share the knowledge of working with seal skin. To watch recordings of the MAMC in action please click here.
Gabrielle Slowey: Research & Fly Fishing
This episode features Gabrielle Slowey. Gabrielle is an Associate Professor of Political Science at York University as well as the Director of the Robarts Centre for Canadain Studies. Topics of discussion include Gabrielle's research in and with numerous Indigenous communities, her career development, and her expereinces fly fishing for Atlantic salmon.
Heather Campbell: Visual Artist
This episode features Heather Campbell from Rigolet, Nunatsiavut. Heahter is a visual artist and we have absorbing discussion about her conceptual approach to art making, the material she works with as well a few stories about growing in Rigolet.
This episode features Professor Geroge Wenzel of the Department of Geography at McGill University in Montreal. Professor Wenzel has been conducting research in the Arctic for over 40 years.
Tobias McQuabbie: Hunting & Fishing
This espisode features Tobias McQuabbie from the Shawanaga First Nation. Tobias shares his expereinces and stories of hunting and fishing with his family and community.
Chris Hendershot: A Week in Pangnirtung
This epsiode Chris Hendershot is the interviewee with Sky Panipak asking the questions. Chris talks about his week long visit to Pangnirtung which included a two day hunting/camping excursion in search of ducks and seal.
Alex Kilabuk: Hunting, Fishing, Snowmobiling
This episode features Alex Kilbuk from Pangnirtung, NU. Alex shares his experiences and stories of hunting, fishing, and snowmobiling.
Scirish (Sky) Panipak: Hunting & Fishing in Pangnirtung
This epsiode was recorded on location in Pangnirtung, NU and features a return guest, Scirish (Sky) Panipak, discussing his hunting and fishing experiences.
PAUL MCCARNEY: KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION, ARCTIC MARINE WILDLIFE, CONSERVATION
This episode features Paul McCarney. Paul is a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University. Topics discussed include Paul's research in Nunavut and issues of ecology and conservation.