From October 24-28 there is a large, international Inuit Studies Conference being held in Washington, D.C. If you're not able to attend in person, you can register to attend the conference online for free. There are 22 sessions being live streamed between October 25 and 27th - you can check out the complete program list at the Smithsonian's conference website here: http://inuit.smithsonianconference.org/sessions/
According to the conference website:
"The 2012 Inuit Studies Online Conference will cover a broad spectrum of topics, including climate change and indigenous people; international cooperation in the Arctic; roles of Museums and museum collections in preserving Inuit languages, heritage, and culture; governmental programs in the northern regions and their interactions with local communities and Inuit cultural/political institutions."
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