Greenland Presentation (to come) IN.

Authors IN

Poet, novelist and politician born in Qeqertarsuatsiaat (Greenland) in 1899 – died in Nuuk (Greenland) in 1959.
Writer, visual artist, reindeer herder, director and museum curator born in Jakobshavn (today’s Ilulissat, Greenland) in 1925 - died in Humlebæk (Denmark) in 2008.
Author, translator, journalist and teacher born in Qullissat (Greenland) in 1945.
Poet, translator, museum director and politician born in Sukkertoppen (now Maniitsoq, Greenland) in the municipality of Qeqqata in 1937.
Visual artist and author born in Maniitsoq (Greenland) in 1946.
Explorer and ethnologist born in Jakobshavn (Greenland) in 1879 - died in Gentofte (Denmark) in 1933.
Author, historian, teacher, translator, school principal and judge, born in Nuuk (Greenland) in 1916 - died in Nuuk (Greenland) in 2015.
Author, translator, ethnologist and journalist born on April 20, 1917 in Frederiksdal (now Narsarmijit) (Greenland) - died in Søborg (Denmark) in 2012.
Greenlandic singer, actress and author born in Aarhus (Denmark) in 1979.
Writer, poet, interpreter and politician born in Ammassivik (Greenland) in 1967.

Books IN

French translation of the Greenlandic novel Singnagtugaq
Danish translation of the Greenlandic novel Singnagtugaq
Singnagtugaq by Mathias Storch, first novel of Greenlandic literature
English translation of the Greenlandic novel Singnagtugaq
French translation of the novel Ukiut 300-nngornerat by Augo Lynge, the second novel of Greenlandic literature
Danish translation of the novel Ukiut 300-nngornerat by Augo Lynge, the second novel of Greenlandic literature
Greenlandic Illustrated story for children translated in English.

Resources IN

Short video on Aaju Peter's visit to the Université du Québec à Montréal in 2019.
Video of the book launch of the novel Homo Sapienne by Greenlander Niviaq Korneliussen in Montreal in 2017.
Lecture by Aaju Peter on Inuktut, the language of the Inuit, during her visit to Montreal