The Anthropology Research Team in Rovaniemi, Finland, organises series of occasional lectures and events related to the study of human social and cultural diversity and similarity in the Arctic, and social anthropological research.
Below you find pdfs and / or announcements of our lecture and event series. Most of the events are also posted separately in the ‘announcement’ category of this blog.
The University of Lapland’s Arctic Centre, Rovaniemi, Finland, is pleased to announce confirmation of a 2 day International Shamanism Seminar which will be held on 27th – 28th of November 2014. The key speaker is Mihaly Hoppal from Hungary who is the President of the International Institute for Shamanistic Research.
A list of the speaker’s and titles of their presentations as well as registration details can be found on the seminar website.
On behalf of The Staff at Arctic Centre, we welcome you to Lapland – Best wishes – Francis Joy.
Extractive Industries, mobility and work in rural Russia, lecture by Elisabeth Öfner from Vienna about a village that sends fly in – fly out workers to the Russian Arctic for oil and gas extraction. Tuesday, April 8, Rovaniemi, Arctic Centre, Borealis Room, 13.15
Oil, reindeer herders and flexible laws on Kolguev. Join us with Rémy Rouillard from the Scott Polar Research Institute in Cambridge, sharing research on Arctic Extractive Industries from Russia’s northernmost onshore oil fields. April 3, 14.30 in the Borealis Room, Arctic Centre.
BARENTS STORIES exhibition by Anna Stammler-Gossmann. Join us on Thursday, February 20th, 2014, at 16:15 for the opening reception in the Arctic Centre library, Rovaniemi.
Sami_Jona_Aleftina_131114 Sami people of Jona: pride and prejudice. Thursday, November 14, 2013, Borealis room, 15:00. Workshop (in Russian) with a Sami activist and writer Aleftina Sergina from Jona village (Kola Peninsula, approx. 30 km from the Finnish border, around 100 inhabitants).
Discussion circle: FIELD POSITION AND ACCEPTANCE OF ANTHROPOLOGISTS BY SOCIETIES IN THE FIELD. We all have something to say on this and our own position, e.g. for some of us the field site is also home, some struggle with being accepted too deeply in, or on the contrary rejected by the society we live in during our field work. We use the occasion of a three week visit by Cambridge PhD student Evelyn Landerer to talk about this topic on Wednesday, 13 November in the top floor of the Arctic Centre, in the BOREALIS room at 12 o clock.
ORHELIA_workshop_Sep13_prog Programme and schedule of our data management and fieldwork reporting workshop, oral history, Sep 23 and 24
Kultajoki_screenannounce_130418 People and Gold in Lapland, film screening, April 18
All lectures take place in the Arktikum building in Rovaniemi, Finland, unless individually announced otherwise. Participation is open and free for everybody. Please contact one of our team, for example fstammle(at)ulapland.fi, astammle(at)ulapland.fi, or nuccio.mazzullo(at)ulapland.fi for further enquiries or put your questions and comments here on the blog.
Looking forward to seeing you in Rovaniemi!