Monthly Archives: December 2014

Happy new year

The founders and editors of wish all bloggers and readers a happy new 2015! Warm thanks to all the authors of the blog for their contributions, and for the readers and commenters for their interest! Looking forward to more … Continue reading

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Oral history: bringing our results back to the people

Honouring our partners in the field: Arctic elders and their representatives Most of the Rovaniemi anthropology research team went this last week to Naryan Mar, the capital of the European Russian Nenets Autnomous Okrug, for celebrating the 25th anniversary of … Continue reading

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New Article on Extractive Industries in Indigenous Areas in Canada and Sweden

New article “Effects of mining on reindeer/caribou populations and indigenous livelihoods: community-based monitoring by Sami reindeer herders in Sweden and First Nations in Canada” in The Polar Journal, Volume 4, Issue 1, 2014, by Thora Martina Herrmann, Per Sandström, Karin Granqvist, … Continue reading

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Guide to Covering Extractive Industries

A guide to covering extractive industries by investigating journalists. Sadly enough it seems like only organisations and companies are listed members, not research groups or single researchers.

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