We would like the web domain http://www.sinaani.com.
Page 1: "Home" Page
We'd like a Home page with our logo and a nice photograph (Home_Page_Splash.jpg). We want links to the other pages. We'll provide a little bit of text for this page shortly.
Page 2: “About” Page
"Sinaani Research and Consulting specializes in social science and geographic research, specifically in the fields of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), traditional ecological knowledge (TEK), participatory mapping, archaeology, heritage projects, museum studies and education. We strive to serve Inuit and Nunavummiut interests during the planning and execution phases of land use planning projects, industrial development projects, natural resource and wildlife management, environmental and sociocultural impact assessments, municipal planning and operations, heritage and historic site projects and other large or small scale projects. Sinaani is based in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut and was established in 2013.
With our employees’ expertise in anthropology, archaeology, museum studies and education, we are also dedicated to heritage research projects and work. We seek to establish partnerships with Inuit organizations, government at all levels, territorial and federal parks, tourism boards, academics and others to strengthen and expand knowledge and interest in Inuit heritage.
If you believe Sinaani Research and Consulting could work with you, please contact us and let us now about your projects or needs.”
Page 3: “Profiles” Page
"Krista Zawadski (MA, Anthropology, UBC; BA, Anthropology, Carleton)
Krista completed a Masters of Arts in Anthropology from the University of British Columbia and an Honours Degree in Anthropology at Carleton University. Her Master’s thesis, “Where Do We Keep Our Past?,” focused on the museum and heritage sector in Nunavut, arguing for the need to connect Inuit with Inuit collections and to develop an Indigenous museum in Nunavut. Her BA Honours thesis, “Performance Art at Nunavut Sivuniksavut,” involved in-depth qualitative research with students at an Inuit post-secondary education program. Additionally, she has participated and worked in the Smithsonian Summer Institute of Museum Anthropology, the Nanivara Project and multiple archaeological field schools and cultural heritage worker workshops offered by Inuit Heritage Trust. She worked professionally as a GIS Technician at the Kivalliq Inuit Association for over three years, and she is currently the Curator of Inuit Art at the GN’s Department of Culture and Heritage. She is also Vice-President of the Nunavut Sivuniksavut Board of Directors.
Ezra Greene (PhD Candidate, Anthropology, UBC; Adv. Dip., GIS, BCIT; MA, Education, UCLA; BA, Anthropology, UBC)
Ezra is currently undergoing a PhD in Anthropology at the University of British Columbia. His academic research focuses on the transfer of Inuit knowledge from generation to generation and the strengths and challenges in this process. He has read extensively about Inuit anthropology and geography, political economy and traditional ecological knowledge. He has also completed a MA in Social Sciences and Comparative Education from the University of California – Los Angeles, receiving a First Class recognition; an Advanced Diploma with Distinction in Geographic Information Systems from the British Columbia Institute of Technology and a BA in Anthropology at the University of British Columbia, receiving a First Class commendation. Additionally, he has over two years of GIS experience with the Stó:lō Research and Resource Management Centre and two years of archaeological lab research experience working in the Laboratory of Archaeology at UBC."
Page 4: "Services" Page
"Research and Consultation
Social science and geographic information systems research development, execution and analysis. Planning, advising, training, interviewing, processing, analyzing, writing, reporting and presenting.
Maps and Map Products
Design and development of maps and map products backed with high-quality, solid data. Cultural and heritage maps, traditional use maps, natural resource maps, archaeological sites, land use planning and much more.
Research and Methodology Reports
Well-written and rigorous research reports that ensure work is well documented and findings are clearly presented. Methodology reports that clearly elaborate how a project occurred and ensure the history of a project is not lost and forgotten.
Environmental and Sociocultural Impact Assessments
Addressing the concerns of local communities, Sinaani works to understand how development projects might affect humans and their interaction with their ecosystem.
Development and delivery of workshops that educate people about culture, ways of life in the Arctic, research findings and more.
Heritage and Museum Displays
Design and setup of heritage and museum displays and exhibits that highlight the history and culture of people and communities."
Page 5: "Projects"
To be developed
Page 6: "Contact"
"Address: Box 285, Rankin Inlet, NU X0C 0G0