Mingling with the Ancestors: A vision for protected areas and visitor centres in Arctic Quebec

Scott Heyes

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Abstract

During his presentation, entitled Mingling with the Ancestors: A vision for protected areas and visitor centers in Arctic Quebec, Dr. Heyes, a lecturer from the University of Melbourne in Australia and northern Indigenous researcher, will use the Inuit village of Kangiqsualujjuaq as a case study, where a visitor center is intended to be built as a gateway to the nearby and proposed Kuururjuaq Park, to introduce a vision for the center and park that considers Inuit conceptions of place.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationTrent University, Ontario, Canada
PublisherTrent University, Ontario, Canada
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Heyes, S. (Author). (2010). Mingling with the Ancestors: A vision for protected areas and visitor centres in Arctic Quebec. Performance, Trent University, Ontario, Canada.