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Interaction, Ecology and Society Department

RESEARCH Interaction, Ecology and Societies Biocultural Interactions

Sylvie BLANGY

altResearch Engineer

CEFE/CNRS
Campus du CNRS
1919, route de Mende
34293 Montpellier 5

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Sylvie Blangy works in the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions in collaboration with the Cree, Inuit and Saami communities, developing community designed and led participatory-action research projects, tools and methodologies adapted to aboriginal contexts, addressing their concerns such as the social and cultural impacts of Industrial development, or the role of tourism in sustaining their culture, language and lifestyles.

Sylvie serves as a liaison person to develop research collaborations between the caribou Inuit of Baker Lake in Nunavut, Canada and the Saami reinder herders of Nordern Sweden. She is funded by the French Polar Research Institute (IPEV) looking at the impact of mining development on traditional lifestyles and human health

In 2010- 2011, Sylvie was an associate professor at the Tourism Chair at UQAM, Montréal where she coordinated a project on adaptation strategies to Climate Change for the tourism industry.

She was previously an international consultant in ecotourism and sustainable tourism for 15 years.

Sylvie is the author of book “Le Guide des Destinations Indigènes” and the on line version in English (www.aboriginal-ecotourism.org).

Sylvie is the vice chair of the Social an Human Working Group of IASC, International Arctic Science Committee.

Recent publications

Beyries S., Blangy S., Chenorkian R., Gauthier E., Gautier E., Roué M.(2011). Les peuples du Nord, en danger ou résilients ? In:Mondes polaires : hommes et biodiversités, des défis pour la science(Raccurt M. & Chenorkian R., Eds.), CNRS; Cherche-Midi, Paris, pp. 117-133.

Bhiry N., Blangy S., Crubezy E., Marguerie D., Marty M.-T.(2011). Sur les traces de l'homme. In:Mondes polaires : hommes et biodiversités, des défis pour la science(Raccurt M. & Chenorkian R., Eds.), CNRS; Cherche-Midi, Paris, pp. 147-159.

Blangy S., Martin J.-L.(2002). Integration of biodiversity in cultural heritage in the development of ecotourism. A case study from Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlottes Islands), B.C., Canada. In:Tourism, biodiversity and information(Di Castri F. & Balaji V., Eds.), Backhuys, Leiden, pp. 105-116.

Blangy S., Donohoe H., Mitchell S.(2012). Operationalizing the indigenist research paradigm: potential problems, pitfalls, and solutions.Polar Geography: accepté.

Blangy S., Pessin O.(2012). Aboriginal ecotourism: 200 case studies. Geocollaboratory for Indigenous tourism research. Electronic resource designed to provide information on ecotourism and indigenous tourism around the world and to develop collaborative research online, URL: http://www.aboriginal-ecotourism.org.

Blangy S., McGinley R.(2009). Géoportail, routes thématiques et recherche collaborative (territoire traditionnel Cri d'Eeychou Itschee au Québec). In:Tourisme responsable : clé d'entrée du développement territorial durable. Guide pour la réflexion et l'action(Laurent A., Ed.), Chronique Sociale, Lyon, pp. 337-362.

Blangy S., McGinley R., Lemelin R.H.(2010).Recherche-action participative et collaborative autochtone : améliorer l'engagement communautaire dans les projets touristiques ?Téoros29-1: [en ligne] URL : http://teoros.revues.org/530.

BlangyS., Avaala V., Labba B.M.(2012). Tourisme et savoirs locaux : regards croisés entre les caribou Inuit et les Saami éleveurs de rennes.Etudes Inuit Studies36: accepté.

BlangyS., Donohoe H.M., Mitchell S.(2012). Developing a geocollaboratory for Indigenous tourism research.Current Issues in Tourism: sous presse.

Callaghan T.V., Johansson M., Brown R.D., Groisman P.Y., Labba N., Radionov V., Barry R.G.,BlangyS.,et al.(2011). Changing snow cover and its impacts. In:Snow, Water, Ice, and Permafrost in the Arctic (SWIPA): climate change and the cryosphere, Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), Oslo, pp. 4-1 to 4-58.

Chevalier J., Buckles D.,Blangy S., Larose-Chevalier Z.(2009).Community based tourism: COTA facilitation manual and tool kit. Dialogue- SAS2 International & COTA (Cree Outfitting and Tourism Association), Ottawa, Canada, 31 p.

Donohoe H., Blangy S.(2012). The role of aboriginal ecotourism in supporting and meeting the united nations millennium development goals. In:Sustainable tourism and the millennium development goals: effecting positive change(Bricker K., Black R.S. & Cottrell S., Eds.), Jones and Bartlett Learning, Burlington, Massachusetts, p. sous presse.

Grimwood B., Doubleday N., Laidler G., Donaldson S.,BlangyS.(2012). Engaged acclimatization: towards responsible community-based research in Nunavut.The Canadian Geographer: accepté.

Lemelin R.H., Blangy S.(2009).Introduction to the special issue on aboriginal ecotourism.Journal of Ecotourism8: 77-81.

Lemelin R.H., Blangy S., Eds. (2009). Guest editors for the special issue on "Aboriginal ecotourism".Journal of Ecotourism, 2009, vol. 8, n° 2, pp. 77-220

Beyries S., Blangy S., Chenorkian R., Gauthier E., Gautier E., Roué M.

 

 

 

(2011). Les peuples du Nord, en danger ou résilients ? In: Mondes polaires : hommes et biodiversités, des défis pour la science (Raccurt M. & Chenorkian R., Eds.), CNRS; Cherche-Midi, Paris, pp. 117-133.

Bhiry N., Blangy S., Crubezy E., Marguerie D., Marty M.-T.

 

 

 

(2011). Sur les traces de l'homme. In: Mondes polaires : hommes et biodiversités, des défis pour la science (Raccurt M. & Chenorkian R., Eds.), CNRS; Cherche-Midi, Paris, pp. 147-159.

Blangy S., Martin J.-L.

 

 

 

(2002). Integration of biodiversity in cultural heritage in the development of ecotourism. A case study from Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlottes Islands), B.C., Canada. In: Tourism, biodiversity and information (Di Castri F. & Balaji V., Eds.), Backhuys, Leiden, pp. 105-116.

Blangy S., Donohoe H., Mitchell S.

(2012). Operationalizing the indigenist research paradigm: potential problems, pitfalls, and solutions.

 

 

Polar Geography: accepté.

Blangy S., Pessin O.

 

 

 

(2012). Aboriginal ecotourism: 200 case studies. Geocollaboratory for Indigenous tourism research. Electronic resource designed to provide information on ecotourism and indigenous tourism around the world and to develop collaborative research online, URL: http://www.aboriginal-ecotourism.org.

 

Sans l’adresse Cefe :

 

Blangy

 

 

S., McGinley R.

(2009). Géoportail, routes thématiques et recherche collaborative (territoire traditionnel Cri d'Eeychou Itschee au Québec). In: Tourisme responsable : clé d'entrée du développement territorial durable. Guide pour la réflexion et l'action (Laurent A., Ed.), Chronique Sociale, Lyon, pp. 337-362.

Blangy

 

 

S., McGinley R., Lemelin R.H.

(2010). Recherche-action participative et collaborative autochtone : améliorer l'engagement communautaire dans les projets touristiques ? Téoros 29-1: [en ligne] URL : http://teoros.revues.org/530.

Blangy

 

 

S., Avaala V., Labba B.M.

(2012). Tourisme et savoirs locaux : regards croisés entre les caribou Inuit et les Saami éleveurs de rennes. Etudes Inuit Studies 36: accepté.

Blangy

 

 

S., Donohoe H.M., Mitchell S.

(2012). Developing a geocollaboratory for Indigenous tourism research. Current Issues in Tourism: sous presse.

Callaghan T.V., Johansson M., Brown R.D., Groisman P.Y., Labba N., Radionov V., Barry R.G.,

 

 

Blangy S., et al.

(2011). Changing snow cover and its impacts. In: Snow, Water, Ice, and Permafrost in the Arctic (SWIPA): climate change and the cryosphere, Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), Oslo, pp. 4-1 to 4-58.

Chevalier J., Buckles D.,

 

 

Blangy S., Larose-Chevalier Z.

(2009). Community based tourism: COTA facilitation manual and tool kit. Dialogue- SAS2 International & COTA (Cree Outfitting and Tourism Association), Ottawa, Canada, 31 p.

Donohoe H.,

 

 

Blangy S.

(2012). The role of aboriginal ecotourism in supporting and meeting the united nations millennium development goals. In: Sustainable tourism and the millennium development goals: effecting positive change (Bricker K., Black R.S. & Cottrell S., Eds.), Jones and Bartlett Learning, Burlington, Massachusetts, p. sous presse.

Grimwood B., Doubleday N., Laidler G., Donaldson S.,

 

 

Blangy S.

(2012). Engaged acclimatization: towards responsible community-based research in Nunavut. The Canadian Geographer: accepté.

Lemelin R.H.,

 

 

Blangy S.

(2009). Introduction to the special issue on aboriginal ecotourism. Journal of Ecotourism 8: 77-81.

Lemelin R.H.,

 

 

Blangy S.

, Eds. (2009). Guest editors for the special issue on "Aboriginal ecotourism". Journal of Ecotourism, 2009, vol. 8, n° 2, pp. 77-220

 

 

 

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