Employees – Centre for Sami Studies

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Employees – Centre for Sami Studies

Broderstad, Else Grete

Professor, indigenous studies
Centre for Sami Studies
Research interests:

Political science. Political theory, deliberative democracy, northern governance.

The relationship between indigenous rights and citizenship rights.

Political procedures in the relationship between minorities and majorities, consultations.

Governance arrangements - differences and similarities in the Circumpolar North. Resource management,  Indigenous Peoples - state - industry interactions and conflicts.

 

Tyler, Nicholas

Centre for Sami Studies

Fjellheim, Eva Maria

Centre for Sami Studies
TEO-H2
+4777645536

Gross, Lena

Centre for Sami Studies
Research interests:
  • Resource Extraction, Land use, Knowledge systems
  • Political Ecology and Environmental Anthropology
  • Gender and Queer Theory
  • Indigenous Methodology and Theory
  • Settler Colonialism
  • Psychological Anthropology

Canada, Norway, Arctic

  • Political Economy

Olsen, Torjer Andreas

Professor in indigenous studies
Centre for Sami Studies
Research interests:

Sami and indigenous issues in school and education

Gender, power, and positions in indigenous studies

The history of religions in Sápmi and Northern Norway

 

 


Ninkova, Velina

Postdoctoral fellow
Centre for Sami Studies
TEO-H2
+4777645904
Research interests:

I am a social anthropologist, who has worked with indigenous communities in Namibia and Botswana since 2008. My research has focused on Indigenous peoples - state relations and on the ways in which Indigenous peoples have responded to and resisted top-down development initiatives, such as land resettlement and education.

Currently, I am part of the research project Indigenous Citizenship and Education. As part of the project, I am researching the educational challenges and opportunities for an indigenous group in east central Namibia, the Ju|'hoansi. In my most recent research, I ha...


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