Researcher to document native Greenland language

A British anthropologist is going to live for a year with the Inughuit in Greenland in the hopes of studying and documenting their language. The Inughuit are the northernmost tribe of Inuits in Greenland and speak Inuktun, a non-written language that is considered a pure dialect of Inuit.

The Inughuits still live as hunter-gatherers. The anthropologist wants to document their language before climate change and political pressures force them to move south into more populated areas of Greenland.