Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications
Fabbi, N. (2015). Inuit foreign policy and international relations in the Arctic. In L. C. Jensen & G. Hønneland (Eds.), Handbook of the Politics of the Arctic. Lysaker, Norway: Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Fabbi, N. (2012). Inuit political involvement in the Arctic. In Arctic Yearbook 2012, L. Heininen (Ed.), 160-176.Akureyri, Iceland: Northern Research Forum.

Gallucci, V., N. Fabbi & D. Hellmann. (2012). Geopolitics, Arctic Council, and Arctic resources. In Fishing People of the North: Cultures, Economies, and Management Responding to Change, C. Carothers, et al (Eds.), 29-42. Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Fabbi, N. (2008, October). Inuktut Uqausiit (Inuit languages) in Canada – history and contemporary developments. Arctic Languages Vitality, Arctic Council.

Froschauer, K., N. Fabbi & S. Pell (Eds.). (2006, Fall). Convergence and divergence in North America: Canada and the United States. Vancouver, BC: Simon Fraser University, Centre for Canadian Studies.

Fabbi, N. (2005, Winter). Review. (Review of the book Nunavik: Inuit-controlled education in Arctic Québec,by A. Vick-Westgate.) American Review of Canadian Studies 35(4), 761-763.

Fabbi, N. (1998, Fall). Review. (Review of the book The Mounted Police and prairie Society, 1873-1919, by W. M. Baker (Ed.) New Scholars – New Visions in Canadian Studies 3(2).

Non-peer Reviewed Publications
Fabbi, N. (Ed.). Arctic and International Relations SeriesCanadian Studies Center, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington, 2015-present.

Fabbi, N. (Ed.). Arctic and International Relations Video Series. Canadian Studies Center, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington, 2015-present.

Fabbi, N., J. Young and E. Finke. (2017, forthcoming). Ukiuqta’qtumi Hivuniptingnun: One Arctic, One Future, Canadian Arctic Resources Committee.

Fabbi, N., S. Montgomery & E. Finke (Eds.) (2017, Summer). The Arctic Council: A Unique International Institution in Twenty-First-Century International Relations, 13-part blog series. World Policy Institute, Arctic in Context. Retrieved from http://www.worldpolicy.org/blog/2017/07/05/arctic-council-unique-institution-21st-century-international-relations.

Fabbi, N. (Ed.). (2017, June). Indigenous influence in Arctic affairs: A six-part video series. Arctic and International Relations Video Series, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington.

Fabbi, N. (Ed.). (2016, November). Arctic Indigenous economies in Canada: A five-part video series. Arctic and International Relations Video Series, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington.

Fabbi, N. and V. Gallucci. (2015, Fall). Development of a Québec Arctic policy in partnership with the Inuit of Nunavik. In Arctic and International Relations Series 1. Canadian Studies Center, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington.

Fabbi, N. (2008, Fall). The Northwest Passage. K-12 STUDY CANADA, a publication of the Pacific Northwest National Resource Center on Canada.

Fabbi, N. (2008, Spring). Using Canadian symbols to teach about history and culture – the beaver! K-12 STUDY CANADA, a publication of the Pacific Northwest National Resource Center on Canada.

Fabbi, N. (Ed.). (2008, October 6). Special section on Canada. Social Education 72(6), 314-329.

Fabbi, N. (2007, Fall). The national anthems of Canada and the United States: Teaching history through music. K-12 STUDY CANADA, a publication of the Pacific Northwest National Resource Center on Canada.

Fabbi, N. (2006). Nunatsiavut – Canada’s final Inuit land claim. Teaching Canada 24, a publication of the Northeast National Resource Center on Canada, pp. 13-15.

Fabbi, N. (2006, Spring). The Inuit inukshuk and the 2010 Olympic logo. K-12 STUDY CANADA, a publication of the Pacific Northwest National Resource Center on Canada.

Fabbi, N. (2005, Spring). The history of Québec and the roots of the sovereignty movement. K-12 STUDY CANADA, a publication of the Pacific Northwest National Resource Center on Canada.

Fabbi, N. (2005). Inuktitut – The language of the Inuit. Teaching Canada 23, a publication of the Northeast National Resource Center on Canada, pp. 54-57.

Fabbi, N. (2004, Spring). Inuktitut, the Inuit language. K-12 STUDY CANADA, a publication of the Pacific Northwest National Resource Center on Canada.

Fabbi, N. (2003, Fall). Canadian government and politics. K-12 STUDY CANADA, a publication of the Pacific Northwest National Resource Center on Canada.

Fabbi, N. (2003). Village of widows: The sad story at Great Bear Lake. Teaching Canada 22, a publication of the Northeast National Resource Center on Canada, pp. 32-35.

Fabbi, N. (2002). Nunavik: The Inuit homeland in Québec. Teaching Canada 21, a publication of the Northeast National Resource Center on Canada, pp. 26-29.

Fabbi, N. (2002). Retelling the myth of Sedna to teach about Inuit culture and the North. Teaching Canada 21, a publication of the Northeast National Resource Center on Canada, pp.24-25.

Fabbi, N. (2001). Ten creative books introduce the North, Inuit and Nunavut to elementary school children, Teaching Canada 20, a publication of the Northeast National Resource Center on Canada, pp.22-25.

Publications in Progress
Fabbi, N. & V. Gallucci (Eds.). (2015). Québec policy on the Arctic: Challenges and perspectives.