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Umeå Arctic Seminar II October 2019

Time Thursday 31 October, 2019 at 12:00 - 13:00
Place Universitetsklubben

Carina Keskitalo, Arcum-affiliated professor in political science, holds a seminar about

Mistra Arctic Sustainable Development - Sweden's first Arctic social sciences and humanities research programme?

Arctic issues have gained increasingly higher political focus in the last few year, and in Sweden one example of this was the Mistra call for programmes in social sciences and humanities research. Carina Keskitalo was the research lead for the second, programme, phase of the initiative, and discusses both the composition of a Mistra programme, the political context of research, and results from the programme. The seminar will be held in English.

As a light lunch will be served to the event, participants will have to register before Monday 28th of October.

Registration form is at the bottom of this page.


Event type: Seminar

E. Carina H. Keskitalo is Professor of Political Science at the Department of Geography, Umeå University, Sweden, and guest professor at the Unit for Landscape Studies at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå. She is the (co) editor or author of eight books and one special issue, as well as the (co) author of more than a hundred peer-reviewed scientific articles and book chapters.

Her work has focused on the politics of the development of the Arctic as an international region, and on environmental policy and climate change adaptation in a comparative context.

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