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Affective economies: How are places, communities and identities constructed? (RT 5)

For centuries, extractive industries in the Arctic have been addressed, managed, encouraged, protested against and wished for. The primary paradigm fuelling these discussions has focused…

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Extraction legacies in post-extraction transitions: re-mediation, re-economization and heritagization. (RT 6/7)

This research task brings together a highly interdisciplinary group of scholars within heritage studies, environmental history, human geography and tourism research, physical geography, hydrology and…

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Co-existences: Recoding natural resources for future livelihoods (RT 8)

This research task explores alternatives to extractive industries in the Arctic, with a primary focus on landscape engagements and multiple forms of livelihoods. The research…

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Comparative global learning: Theorizing transitions to sustainable futures (RT 10)

Sustainability pathways are always local, but lessons may nonetheless be learned from comparative studies. Long-term sustainability in Arctic communities affected by extractive industries can therefore…

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Interdisciplinary introduction to Arctic studies. Spring 2017

This course is an introduction to the fields of research within REXSAC, multidisciplinary across and between the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. It will…

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