Circumpolarity

Human-Animal Relationships in the Circumpolar North

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Abstract

The workshop highlighted one of the prioritized research items of the International Arctic Science Committee, Human and Social Science WG, and identifies the challenges and problems of the research field outside natural sciences and technology.

Relevant themes comprised scientific representations of the Arctic, the history of environmental monitoring and the use of historical documents, traditional knowledge and scientific practice, indigenous self-representation, the relevance and influence of research, driving-forces, and the construction of knowledge and expertise.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 13 Dec 2012
EventIASC: Between Discourses and Modernities: Histories and Methodologies of Arctic Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts - Umeå, Sweden
Duration: 13 Dec 2012 → …

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WorkshopIASC: Between Discourses and Modernities: Histories and Methodologies of Arctic Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts
CountrySweden
CityUmeå
Period13/12/12 → …

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Anderson, D. G. (2012). Circumpolarity: Human-Animal Relationships in the Circumpolar North. Paper presented at IASC: Between Discourses and Modernities: Histories and Methodologies of Arctic Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts , Umeå, Sweden.

Circumpolarity : Human-Animal Relationships in the Circumpolar North. / Anderson, David George.

2012. Paper presented at IASC: Between Discourses and Modernities: Histories and Methodologies of Arctic Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts , Umeå, Sweden.

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Anderson, DG 2012, 'Circumpolarity: Human-Animal Relationships in the Circumpolar North' Paper presented at IASC: Between Discourses and Modernities: Histories and Methodologies of Arctic Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts , Umeå, Sweden, 13/12/12, .
Anderson DG. Circumpolarity: Human-Animal Relationships in the Circumpolar North. 2012. Paper presented at IASC: Between Discourses and Modernities: Histories and Methodologies of Arctic Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts , Umeå, Sweden.
Anderson, David George. / Circumpolarity : Human-Animal Relationships in the Circumpolar North. Paper presented at IASC: Between Discourses and Modernities: Histories and Methodologies of Arctic Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts , Umeå, Sweden.
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