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ICE LAW meeting ’Climate, fish and fisheries sector: Local and indigenous perspectives’

On April 16-17, 2019, Arctic Centre, Rovaniemi, Finland. (For more information please contact Anna Stammler-Gossamann) AGENDA: April 16, Thule room Session 1: 9:00 – 12.00 Prof. Koivurova Timo, Director of the Arctic Centre. Coordinator of ICE LAW sub-project: Legal perspective … Continue reading

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Does anthropology need to engage with well-being as a concept?

  This is the topic of our next reading circle discussion, to which you are all welcome, 23 April 2019, 13-14.30.  We first meet in Florian’s office on the top floor or Arktikum, Rovaniemi, and if we are more people … Continue reading

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Cambridge Arctic teaching position open

Our colleagues from the Scott Polar Research Institute search for an Arctic human geography teacher for supervising their undergraduate and masters students. The funding is fixed term for 30 months. If someone is interested in working for one of the … Continue reading

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Do animal livelihoods in the Arctic suffer from global warming?

This was one of the questions covered in an interdisciplinary exhibition on the effects of global warming and melting permafrost in Yakutia, on display in the Hokkaido museum of northern peoples. The exhibition with the title Thawing Earth – Global … Continue reading

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Cambridge job offer, Russian Arctic Studies

Today we pass on the job advert of colleagues at the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge. They search for a new person responsible for the world’s top Russian Arctic science library outside of Russia. The SPRI Russian library is really … Continue reading

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Domestication revisited?

Domestication is by most used as a term for the biologically traceable subordination of animals under human control. But anthropologists have for long argued that there are also social definitions of domestication. Very influential was the one by Tim Ingold … Continue reading

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Saami rights lecture, Rovaniemi

Our colleague Klemetti Näkkäläjärvi will give a lecture this Friday at 13.15 at the University of Lapland main building, with a title that would sound in english something like “rights and obligations of the Saami community”. Klemetti served as the … Continue reading

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