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Carol Brice-Bennett

Carol Brice-Bennett (1949–2018) was an anthropologist who worked for decades with Inuit in northern Labrador. Originally from Montreal, she coordinated land-use research for the Labrador Inuit Association in the 1970s. Her edited volume, Our Footprints Are Everywhere: Land Use and Occupancy in Labrador (Labrador Inuit Association, 1977), formed the basis of the land claim agreement for Nunatsiavut. Among other posts, she served as the Director of the Labrador Institute from 1985 to 1996 and as the Director of Aboriginal Health Programs and Research with the Labrador Grenfell Health Authority before she retired in 2015. She is the author of several books, including Dispossessed: The Eviction of Inuit from Hebron, Labrador (Imaginaire|Nord, 2017). She earned an MA from Memorial University.

Books By Carol Brice-Bennett