Eva Cossette-Laneville

PhD candidate at the Department of Language and Culture

Job description

I am a member of the FUTURES4Fish project which investigates responses to the possible development of autonomous technologies within marine extractive industries. My primary focus lies in the realm of aquaculture, with Norway serving as my principal case study. Within this context, I explore the ramifications that such technological advancements could have for communities nestled along Norway's northern coastlines. My research endeavours are driven by a curiosity surrounding the intersection of decolonisation, resource governance, Indigenous sovereignty, and the intricate process of place-making within the Arctic region.

Research groups:

CRAFT Research Lab

Engaging Conflicts in a Digital Era (ENCODE)

  • Eva Cossette-Laneville :
    Autonomy and Place-Making in Nunavut and Kalaallit Nunaat
    Kult 2022

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