UiT Arctic University of Norway
Britt Kramvig (NO) hold a position as Professor in the Department of Tourism and Northern Studies at the UiT Arctic University of Norway. She takes on a postcolonial position inspired by indigenous, feminist and STS scholars, and has undertaken ethnographic work, and written and made films on a range of different topics relating to indigeneity, gender and place as well as the interface between science and art. Kramvig was a fellow at CAS “Arctic Domestication” , she is the PI on the HERA Arctic Encounters-project (www.arcticencounters.net) as well as work on the science/art/technology project Dark Ecology (www.darkecology.net).
- Book Chapter: Stories of hope: The dark ecology journeys co-creating tourism research
- Turbulent indigenous objects: Controversies around cultural appropriation and recognition of difference
- Relevansen av det nære
- Book chapter: Reconciliation in the everyday - when dreams become real: Speaking of a different reality
- Orientalism or cultural encounters? Tourism assembling culture, capital, and identities
- Stories of hope: Enacting art, science and travelling in/across Russian Norwegian borders