Monthly Archives: August 2019

‘People of the Changing Permafrost Land’ (Churapcha, Republic of Sakha Yakutia, Russia, June 18-19, 2019) ICE LAW subproject ‘Local and Indigenous Perspectives’

by Anna Stammler-Gossmann The third community meeting ‘People of the Changing Permafrost Land’ (June 18-19, 2019), which was organised by Anna Stammler-Gossmann (Arctic Centre) and local partners, took place in a remote northern village of Churapcha, administrative centre of the … Continue reading

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‘Norwegian fjords: Living with Changes’ (Bugøynes, Norway, June 7 – 8, 2019) ICE LAW subproject ‘Local and Indigenous Perspectives’

by Anna Stammler-Gossmann The second community meeting ‘Norwegian fjord: Living with Changes’, organized by the Arctic Centre (Anna Stammler-Gossmann) took place in the remote coastal fishing village of Bugøynes (Finnmark, Norway) on June 7-8, 2019. How is seawater perceived and … Continue reading

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Climate, Fish and Fisheries: Local and Indigenous Perspectives (Rovaniemi, Finland, April 16-17, 2019)

by Anna Stammler-Gossmann The first meeting ’Climate, Fish and Fisheries: Local and Indigenous Perspectives’ (organizer Anna Stammler-Gossmann) took place in April 16-17 in Lapland, at the Arctic Centre (Rovaniemi, Finland). Thematic issues of the community meeting were focused on different … Continue reading

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Community meetings: ICE LAW subproject ‘Local and Indigenous Perspectives’

by Anna Stammler-Gossmann The Indigenous and Local Perspectives subproject (ICE LAW: Indeterminate and Changing Environments) documents perspectives informed by understandings of land, water, and ice, and explores responses to changed geophysical and political environments (https://icelawproject.org/about/). Shifting water-ice-scape was discussed from local, … Continue reading

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Discussion: pros and cons of research cooperation between academia and military/security organisations

This month’s reading and discussion circle of our Arctic Anthropology team is open to all interested participants! Given the relevance of the topic for the entire academia, we explicitly welcome scholars and students also from other research groups and academic … Continue reading

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