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DurhamARCTIC News

DurhamARCTIC co-host online symposium celebrating 25 years of The Arctic Council

The Arctic Council at 25: Regional Governance in Changing Times – An Online Symposium, September 2021
Online symposium poster

"What a landmark court victory for B.C. First Nation means for Indigenous rights and resource development" - Giuseppe Amatulli

Durham ARCTIC PhD student Giuseppe Amatulli has written a piece for The Conversation following a landmark ruling by the British Columbia Supreme Court, who found that the Blueberry River First Nation's treaty rights were infringed by the B.C government, allowing decades of industrial development on their lands.
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DurhamARCTIC students present at International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences, June 2021

Although pandemic restrictions postponed the triennial International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS), originally scheduled to be held June 2020 in Archangelsk, Russia, DurhamARCTIC has gone ahead with plans to ‘attend’ the meeting remotely.
Desk chair and home working computer setup

DurhamARCTIC Sponsors Workshop on Visual Communication for Early Career Researchers

Polar Research, Visual Culture, and Public Audiences in Early Career Research
Ella and Issy in Durham

Giuseppe Amatulli – On my new post-doc position at Carleton University, Ottawa

Starting January 2023, Dr Giuseppe Amatulli will commence his new position as a post-doctoral fellow in the Rebuilding First Nations Governance (RFNG) project.

Listings of the DurhamARCTIC student seminar series

Listings and abstracts of our regular DurhamARCTIC seminars, open to all postgraduate students and staff members.
Postgraduate Seminar