50th Anniversary Celebration
Items in this Collection
- 4UofA, MAC
- 3Maloney, Elaine
- 1Campbell, Sandy
- 1Daveluy, Michelle
- 1Khlinovski Rockhill, Elena (Exhibit Curator)
Polar Impacts Exhibit - Entry Display
Entry display featured the Electromagnetic 'Bird' used to measure the thickness of the ice using electromagnetic sounding. This technique is usually used on land to map ore or groundwater deposits. Dr. Christian Haas, Professor of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences adapted the technique to create a...
This exhibition was part of the Canadian Circumpolar Institute’s 50th Anniversary celebrations. The curators are Professor Lawrence Khlinovski Rockhill, a visiting scholar at the CCI and Dr. Elena Khlinovskaya Rockhill, Principal Investigator for the international project \"Moved by the State:...
Polar Impact Exhibit-MAC & CCI 5 Oct- 20 Nov 2010- U of Alberta Gallery A, Telus Centre
Polar Impact was an exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Canadian Circumpolar Institute. It looks at the changes in the polar and sub-polar regions of the world and it highlights aspects of some of the research carried out by University of Alberta faculty in these unique and...
This work describes briefly the history of the Canadian Circumpolar Collection at the University of Alberta.
Polar Impact Exhibit - Inuktitut Syllabic Typewriter
Polar Impacts Display on language featuring an Olivetti Inuktitut Syllabic (Manual) Typewriter, an excample of bridging western technology and indigenous cultures. Inuit languages were originally oral and had no written language until Inuktitut syllabics were adopted to create a standard writing...
Polar Impact Exhibit - Power of Language
In the circumpolar world, language dynamics vary locally according to national circumstances. The language of the Inuit, for example, is spoken in Alaska, Canada, and Greenland. In some places, it is the language of the majority, while in others it is used by a portion of the population....
Polar Impact Exhibit - Qulliq
In traditional Inuit culture, a 'qulliq' -- an oil lamp for burning seal blubber -- serves as a light, a stove, and a gathering place. The 'qulliq' displayed in this exhibit is much larger than most and would have accommodated a significant group. The surface of the lamp is encrusted with...