Bilde av Kramvig, Britt
Bilde av Kramvig, Britt
Department of Tourism & Northern Studies britt.kramvig@uit.no +4778450459 99471101 Here you can find me

Britt Kramvig


Prof. Dr. Department for tourism and northern studies

Job description

 

 


  • Mathias Danbolt, Britt Kramvig, Hanna Ellen Guttorm, Christina Hætta :
    Øvelser i sameksistens: Kunstneriske felleskaps(for)handlinger på kulturfestivaler i Sápmi
    Fagbokforlaget 2022 DOI
  • Nina Doering, Stephan Dudeck, Shelly Elverum, Charleen Fisher, Jan-Erik Henriksen, Thora Martina Herrmann et al.:
    Improving the relationships between Indigenous rights holders and researchers in the Arctic: An invitation for change in funding and collaboration
    Environmental Research Letters 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Britt Kramvig, Trine Kvidal-Røvik :
    Sámi Storytelling through Design
    Routledge 2022 DOI
  • Britt Kramvig, Dag Avango :
    The multiple landscapes of Biedjovággi: Ontological conflicts on indigenous land
    Polar Record 2021 DOI
  • Britt Kramvig, Hanna Guttorm, Katarina Pirak Sikku, Margrethe Pettersen :
    Kraftfull, slumrende gjensidighet: Forhandlinger i og om samiske landskap
    Scandinavian Academic Press 2021
  • Britt Kramvig, Hanna Ellen Guttorm, Lea Kantonen, Aili Pyhälä :
    Decolonized Research-Storying Bringing Indigenous Ontologies and Care into the Practices of Research Writing
    Brill|Sense 2021
  • Britt Kramvig, Trine Kvidal-Røvik :
    Samisk design som kreative mellomrom
    Universitetsforlaget 2021
  • Britt Kramvig, Solveig Joks, Liv Østmo, Nina Hermansen, astrid larsson Kalvemo, Øystein Steinlien :
    Indigenous Sámi: Notes on Representation in Research
    John Wiley & Sons 2021 DOI
  • Britt Kramvig, Anniken Førde :
    Stories of reconciliation enacted in the everyday lives of Sámi tourism entrepreneurs
    Acta Borealia 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Carina Ren, Gunnar Thór Jóhannesson, Britt Kramvig, Albina Pashkevich, Emily Höckert :
    20 years of research on Arctic and Indigenous cultures in Nordic tourism: a review and future research agenda
    Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism 2020 ARKIV / FULLTEKST / DOI
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Landskap som hjem
    Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Britt Kramvig, Nina Smedseng :
    Presentasjon av utredning om samisk reiseliv og kreative næringer
    2023
  • Britt Kramvig, Tarja Salmela, Ellinor G Utsi :
    Hvordan lykkes med internasjonale gjester
    2023
  • Britt Kramvig, Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Rachel Andersen Gomez :
    «Framtiden er nå»
    2023
  • Sadie Elizabeth Hale, Britt Kramvig :
    Whales as anthropological subject in Arctic Norway - a conversa 2023
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Landscape of colonial memories
    2023
  • Britt Kramvig, Marianne Kaldager, Katarina Pirak Sikku :
    Samiske spor i arkivet
    Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift 2023 DOI
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Landscape of colonial memories
    2023
  • Jan-Erik Henriksen, Britt Kramvig, Nina Hermansen, Eva Fjellgren, Aslak Holmberg :
    Ensuring Indigenous data sovereignity and governance in European research; a roadmap towards decolonial research
    2023
  • Thora Martina Hermann, Jan-Erik Henriksen, Britt Kramvig, Nina Hermansen, Francesca Brunner, Anne Chahine et al.:
    Comprehensive Policy-Brief to the EU Commission- Roadmap to decolonial Artic research
    2023
  • Thora M. Hermann, Jan-Eirik Henriksen, Aslak Holmberg, Francesca Brunner, Anne Chahine, Nina Døring et al.:
    Comprehensive Policy- Brief to the EU Commission- Roadmap to decolonial Artic research
    2023
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Facilitating for postcolonial moments in indigenous research
    2023
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Sámi trails in the archive (keynote)
    2023
  • Britt Kramvig, Gro Birgit Ween, Hadi Strømmen Lile, Kirsten Elisabeth Stien, Mikkel Berg-Nordlie, Liisa-Ravna Finbog et al.:
    «Samenes historie» - perspektiver, representasjon og fokus
    Khrono.no 03. January 2022 FULLTEKST
  • Gro Birgit Ween, Britt Kramvig, Hadi Strømmen Lile, Mikkel Berg-Nordlie, Tor A Benjaminsen, Liisa-Ravna Finbog et al.:
    «Samenes historie» - perspektiver, representasjon og fokus
    Khrono.no 03. January 2022 FULLTEKST
  • Maja Hammarén, Britt Kramvig, niilas helander :
    I oversettelsens lange nærvær Samtale Britt kramvig, Maja Hammarén, niilas helander (s.119 – 137) i boken Maja Hammarén (red). niilas helander Nomadtekst dikt essays oversettelse, Kunsthall Oslo.
    No Demands 2022
  • Britt Kramvig, Antonia Walford, Tania Pérez-Bustos, Atsuro Morita :
    Anti-Encyclopedia - reconfiguring knowledge in academic practice
    2022
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Landscape of remembrance
    2022
  • Britt Kramvig, Elin Margrethe Wersland :
    Den samiske mirakeldoktoren: – Hvorfor ble han glemt?
    03. October 2022 FULLTEKST / PROSJEKT
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Co-creating Arctic research together with Indigenous rightsholders - experiences from natural sciences
    2022
  • Sofie Retterstøl Olaisen, Britt Kramvig :
    Eit flytande hotell på Herøy
    15. November 2022
  • Britt Kramvig, Morten Strøksnes :
    Bokbad Verden rundt i sporene til en glemt hvit oppdager, på leting etter alt som ble borte, og det som ble igjen
    2022 DATA
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Ethnography within two odd archives
    2022
  • Britt Kramvig, Susanne Winterling, Jana Winderen :
    A collaborative listening with the humpback, the currents and the biomass
    2022
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Pluriversal stories of indigenous archives
    2022
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Word of welcome and moderating the Co-Create workshop: A roadmap to decolonial Arctic research.
    2022
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Decolonisation and the (im)possibility of translation.
    2022
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Dekolonialisering - teori og praksis
    2022
  • Britt Kramvig, Nina Smedseng :
    Veien videre for samisk reiseliv og kreative næringer
    UiT Norges arktiske universitet 2022 ARKIV
  • Britt Kramvig, Gro Birgit Ween, Hadi Strømmen Lile, Liisa-Ravna Finbog, Tone Huse, Tor A Benjaminsen et al.:
    Samisk historie på samiske premisser
    Nordnorsk debatt - Nordlys 21. December 2021 FULLTEKST
  • Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Prisca Massao , Sharam Alghasi, Marta Bivand Erdal, Britt Kramvig :
    Hva kan forskning si om rasisme i Norge? Hvilke metoder er best for å utforske den?
    2021
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Storytelling and the Art of Listening
    2021
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Tallene forteller – Hva kan vi lære av skatteprotokoller?
    Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift 2021 DOI
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Conclution at the workshop CO-CREATING ARCTIC RESEARCH TOGETHER WITH INDIGENOUS RIGHTSHOLDERS
    2021
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Etterskjelv:forsoning og konflikt i Sápmi
    2020 DATA
  • Britt Kramvig, Mathias Danbolt, Joar Nango, Nivi Christensen :
    The Art of Nordic Colonialism
    2020
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Naturressurser vs. kulturressurser i turisme og kreative næringer
    2020
  • Britt Kramvig :
    The past stays in places
    2020
  • Britt Kramvig :
    THE OCEANS’ MANY WATERS - can we hear the stories that they tell?
    2020
  • Britt Kramvig :
    Dreamland and QNA
    2019 OMTALE

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    Research interests

    Britt Kramvig is Professor at UiT The Arctic University of Norway. She has an interdisciplinary orientation and practice collaborative methodologies in all of her research. She is an expert of Indigenous ontologies, ecologies, aesthetics and storytelling. In addition she are working with tourism as a world making practice and how sustainability are performed locally. Ongoing publication efforts engage with everyday practices of reconciliation, memory and landscape – through research in the archive of the Sámi medical expert Knut Lunde.  In several publications she argue that we should not merely focus on stories as products, but also on storytelling as an intersection in reciprocity. Storytelling can therefore inform an emergent politics of memory and enact landscapes of remembrance. This emphasizes the importance of not only the substance of the stories, but also the very act of participating in a shared event. It also emphasizes how this event brings our attention to our sense of being with-others, so promoting relation-weaving and world-making in which the past and the future are recalled as well as remade. For that reason she have been engaged in several creative documentaries, such as Dreamland and Firekeepers and have for long been working with Sámi artists. 

    She has been co-editing the book Recognition, Reconciliation and Restoration: Applying a Postcolonial Understanding in Social Work and Healing, and  co-written publication is among others Decolonized Research-Storying Bringing Indigenous Ontologies and Care into the Practices of Research Writing and Improving the relationships between Indigenous rights holders and researchers in the Arctic: an invitation for change in funding and collaboration.

    She is a fellow at the University of Durham connected to the project Exploring Arctic Soundscape and a member of the ongoing research project Mediating Arctic Geographies. Kramvig have a seat in the Norwegian Scientific Academy for Polar research and at IASC The International Arctic Science Committee.

    At UiT The Arctic University of Norway, she is a member of the research group Indigenous Voices (IVO) - Álgoálbmogii jienat and of Narrating the postcolonial North.

     

     

     

    Teaching

    REI 3014 Qualitative method

    The aim of this course is to provide students with insights into qualitative research methods. Students will be trained in defining research problems, designing a research-project, conducting interviews/fieldworks as well as how to reflect upo methodological questions involved in qualitative research. 

    REI-3012 Nature and tourism in an era of climate change

    This course focus on nature and tourism in the era of climatic change. In addition it engage in how climate change affects Arctic destinations, and the innovative solutions tourist companies and sites are involved in. The course discusses social, environmental and ethics aspects of nature use in tourism economies. Discussions will concern the range of new concepts and activities that engage in reframing contemporary travelling such as ecotourism, sustainable tourism and responsible tourism.