From analyzing a range of secondary literature and broad reviews of Greenland’s history including an international perspective, students get an overview of the development of the subject and its current academic profile.
The course emphasizes an overview of different perspectives and explanations for changes in the Greenlandic society development from the 1600s to the present. The curriculum from the history of Greenland includes reference works, general historiography as well as literature focusing on central issues or themes.
In addition, the course also addresses the issue of the formation and significance of historical and cultural consciousness in society.
|Language of instruction||Danish,Greenlandic|
|Institution||Ilisimatusarfik / University of Greenland|
|Fields of study||Sociology and cultural studies|
|Teaching place||University of Greenland|