Taking the theme of the dwelling, this issue of Recherches amérindiennes au Québec (Aboriginal Research in Quebec) wants to focus on the built environment as a way of inhabiting the world, hosting human activities, forging the framework for travel and sociability and interacting with nature, all while measuring the complexity of social, intercultural and economic relations that shapes it.
The present call for articles is part of our project "Living in Northern Quebec" and it is also open to anyone interested in boriginal housing.
Also, please note that texts can be submitted in English. If selected by the review committee, they will be translated into French.
The proposed articles (abstracts) are expected as early as possible and the full articles for May 20th, 2016. Please send your questions and proposed articles to : firstname.lastname@example.org.
Consult the Call for paper (in french only)
and the web site Recherches amérindiennes au Québec.