2017 Biennial Conference: “Celebrating Canada's Sesquicentennial Journey”. October 18-21, 2017. Tuscany Suites and Casino, Las Vegas, NV. http://www.tuscanylv.com
Deadline for proposals is: March 15, 2017.
The University of Helsinki Humanities Programme for visiting professors and postdocs aims at establishing collaboration with the world’s leading researchers, expanding research cooperation networks, creating new research openings, and producing co-authored articles for top-level journals. The programme will bolster the intern...
The Calotte Academy 2017 "Perceptions of the Arctic: Rich or Scarce, Mass-scale or Traditional, Conflict or Cooperation?" will be organized between June 1 and 11, 2017 in the European Arctic, starting in May 31 in Rovaniemi, Finland and finishing in June 11 Umeå, Sweden. Abstract submission and PhD candidate funding applicati...
Arctic Sustainable Arts and Design (ASAD) thematic network has received funding from Nordic Council of Ministries and SIA to develop international research and educational Summer Schools 2017–2019. The Summer School initiative is called Living in the Landscape (LiLa).
A reminder of the upcoming deadline for submitting Paper and Poster abstracts to the Ninth International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS IX) to be held at Umeå University, Sweden 8-12 June 2017. The deadline for submitting paper and poster abstracts is 16 January 2017
NOVA University network and UArctic Thematic Network on Sustainable Production and Foraging of Natural Products in the North joint PhD-course and workshop on “Invasive Pest Threats in the North” to be held in Finland in 2017.
This symposium will promote discussion and action in innovation in community based research and management for sustainable Indigenous tourism development in Canada. The 2 day event will take place April 12th - 13th 2017 at Vancouver Island University.
The two-day conference (January 19-20, 2017, University of Helsinki, Finland) examines the concept of indigenous people as an international and global phenomenon, and the unique processes through which this concept is applied to, lived and translated for each local situation. Register by January 10.
In the new issue of the UArctic Russian newsletter, prepared by the Research Office in Arkhangelsk, Svetlana Gulyaeva, the Vice-rector on scientific work at Churapchinsky State Institute for Physical Education and Sport, shared her impressions on the first UArctic Congress and spoke about her future plans with UArctic.
In the new issue of the UArctic Russian newsletter, prepared by the Research Office in Arkhangelsk, Jargal Badagarov who is a leader of a new UArctic Thematic Network "Language documentation and Language Technologies for Circumpolar Region" speaks on the necessity of indigenous languages preservation