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Inuit Odyssey

Author: Films on Demand.; Films Media Group.
Publisher: Lawrenceville, NJ : Films Media Group ; Orangeville, ON : McIntyre Media [distributor] 2009
Edition/Format:   eVideo : Clipart/images/graphics : English
Database:WorldCat
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Who are the Inuit, and what are their origins? In this program, host Niobe Thompson, an anthropologist of Arctic cultures, explores the Inuit, or Tuli, migration from Siberia, across Canada, and ultimately to Greenland during the Middle Ages. First, Thompson examines Tuli life in 11th-century Russia, specifically the reliance on Asian iron to make weapons and boat parts. Anthropologist Max Friesen then explains how  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Videorecording
Educational films
Internet videos
Additional Physical Format: Originally produced:
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2009
Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics, Videorecording, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Films on Demand.; Films Media Group.
OCLC Number: 700415554
Notes: Title from resource description page (viewed Dec. 09, 2010).
"Who are the Inuit, and what are their origins? In this program, host Niobe Thompson, an anthropologist of Arctic cultures, explores the Inuit, or Tuli, migration from Siberia, across Canada, and ultimately to Greenland during the Middle Ages. First, Thompson examines Tuli life in 11th-century Russia, specifically the reliance on Asian iron to make weapons and boat parts. Anthropologist Max Friesen then explains how the Tuli crossed the Arctic circle into Canada, how they survived the inhospitable weather, and how they interacted with the native Dorset people. A description of the final leg of the Tuli migration into Greenland concludes the program. Some content may be objectionable. (44 minutes)."
Description: 1 streaming video (44 minutes.)
Details: Mode of access: Internet.; System requirements: FOD playback platform.
Contents: Who Are the Inuit? (2:16) --
Altered Arctic Landscape (1:13) --
Birthplace of the Tuli (1:30) --
Daily Survival in Chukotka (1:46) --
Global Warming in the North (1:16) --
Are the Inuit facing a climate catastrophe? (1:50) --
Great Change for Inuit (1:26) --
Were the Tuli Neolithic? (1:59) --
Tuli Progress Trap (1:17) --
Tuli Trade Traditions (1:54) --
Great Inuit Migration (1:20) --
Tuli Navigation through a New World (1:41) --
Inuit in Central Canadian Arctic (1:11) --
Gentle Giants of the Arctic (1:51) --
Meeting of Tuli and Dorset Cultures (1:53) --
Ancient Tuli Story (1:42) --
Denmark's National Museum, Copenhagen (1:44) --
Path of Hans Egede (1:18) --
Eric's Fjord, Greenland (1:37) --
Ivory of the Middle Ages (1:15) --
Little Ice Age Begins (1:14) --
Tuli in Central Canadian Arctic (1:40) --
Tuli Quest for Survival (1:15) --
Eastern Canadian Arctic (1:13) --
End of the Great Inuit Odyssey (1:34) --
Fights Between Inuit and Norsemen (1:14) --
Inuit War with the Norse (1:02) --
Celebration on the Baring Strait (1:34).

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Who are the Inuit, and what are their origins? In this program, host Niobe Thompson, an anthropologist of Arctic cultures, explores the Inuit, or Tuli, migration from Siberia, across Canada, and ultimately to Greenland during the Middle Ages. First, Thompson examines Tuli life in 11th-century Russia, specifically the reliance on Asian iron to make weapons and boat parts. Anthropologist Max Friesen then explains how the Tuli crossed the Arctic circle into Canada, how they survived the inhospitable weather, and how they interacted with the native Dorset people. A description of the final leg of the Tuli migration into Greenland concludes the program.

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