Posts Tagged 'Research'

TGA’s 200th Post!

TGA’s 200th Post!

By Marie-Pierre Renaud Just like Stargate SG-1, we’ve finally reached the 200th mark! Of course, we don’t have as much budget as MGM did when there were producing SG-1, otherwise instead of a simple post I would be sharing an amazing recap video. It would probably look a bit like Marvel’s opening logo, except that in our case the epic music would be a bit much. Well, as we literally have no budget, please imagine the following but with a quick slide show of all our work and our logo at the end instead of Marvel’s.

Notes From the Field: Go Home to a Starship

Notes From the Field: Go Home to a Starship

By Marie-Pierre Renaud From October 12th to November 22nd 2014, I had the pleasure and the great opportunity to spend time in Nunavik, the northern area of the province of Quebec. I visited six communities, Kuujjuaraapik, Ivujivik, Salluit, Kangiqsujuaq, Quaqtaaq and Puvirnituq in the context of a research project I was hired for. While every day brought new experiences and encounters with wonderful people, it also brought difficulties and, most importantly, lots of hard work. Anyone who has conducted fieldwork knows how much one’s physical, mental and emotional energy, creativity, skills, capacity to learn and knowledge are constantly active in this context.