flag suisse Yvon Csonka
Ethnologist • Switzerland

Yvon Csonka teaches ethnology at the University of Greenland in Nuuk. After studying in Neuchatel, Paris and Quebec and making a number of visits to the Far North, he became the president of the International Arctic Social Sciences Association. He has been patiently carving out a place for the social sciences – and specifically the theme of forced migrations – in the 2007-2008 International Polar Year.

• Csonka Yvon & Bernard Moulin (2002). The Erosion Front at Ekven: A Stratigraphic and Geoarchaeological Approach. In Richard Bland and Don E. Dumond, ed.: Archaeology in the Bering Strait Region : Research on Two Continents. Eugene (Oregon): University of Oregon Anthropological Papers No 59, pp. 227-259.
• Csonka Yvon &Ernest S. Burch, Jr. (1999). The Caribou Inuit. In Richard B. Lee et Richard Daly, ed. : The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Hunters and Gatherers. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, pp. 56-60.
• Csonka Yvon (1999). A Stereotype Further Dispelled: Inuit-Dene Relations West of Hudson Bay, 1920-1956. Etudes Inuit Studies 23(1-2): 117-144.
• Csonka Yvon (1998). Tchoukotka : une illustration de la question autochtone en Russie. Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 28(1) : 23-41.
• Csonka Yvon (1995). Les Ahiarmiut: à l'écart des Inuit Caribous. Neuchâtel (Switzerland): Victor Attinger. xii + 503 p.

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