- GENI Academic Coordinator
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Research on the history of Indigenous internationalism. Particular interest in links and transitions between transnational anti-colonial movements in Africa and Asia (including Pan-Africanism and the Non-Aligned Movement) and the growth of the global Indigenous movement (in the form of organizations like the World Council of Indigenous Peoples). Also, the work done by the transnational Indigenous Permanent Participant organizations of the Arctic Council.
Leader of the Global Research in Indigenous Studies and History (GRISH) research group.
UiT’s academic coordinator of the GENI master’s program, run jointly with the University of Saskatchewan’s Johnson Shoyama School of Public Policy. Responsible for GENI research methodology, applied research project, and thesis seminar courses. Instruction in introductory and history courses for the MIS program as well.
Member of research group
Jonathan Crossen is a historian and an associate professor at the Centre for Sámi Studies. He completed his bachelor's degree in history at the University of Victoria (Canada), his master’s degree in history at Central European University, and his PhD at the University of Waterloo (Canada), as part of the Tri-University Graduate History Program.