Shelagh Grant

Shelagh D. Grant is the author of the award-winning Arctic Justice: On Trial for Murder; Pond Inlet 1923; Sovereignty or Security? Government Policy in the Canadian North 1936-50; and more recently, Mittimatalik-Pond Inlet: A History, translated into Inuktitut; as well as numerous scholarly articles on related topics. She is an adjunct professor in the Canadian Studies Program and research associate of the Frost Centre for Canadian Studies at Trent University and lives in Peterborough, Ontario.


Polar Imperative : A History of Arctic Sovereignty in North America
Polar Imperative : A History of Arctic Sovereignty in North America

Polar Imperative: A History of Arctic Sovereignty in North America

By Shelagh Grant

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