Research in Sami and Indigenous Peoples’ issues are a high priority at UiT The Arctic University of Norway.
Sami and Indigenous Peoples’ issues are a central part of research and teaching at the Centre for Sami Studies. This focus has been encouraged and developed since the Centre joined the Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education in 2013.
Research at the Centre for Sami Studies focuses on local and global aspects of indigenous issues. It draws on extensive experience in Sami studies developed at UiT The Arctic University of Norway over many years.
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Masteroppgaver:Sam-Aggrey, Horatio Godfrey : The Role of Indigenous Local Knowledge (ILK) in Resource Co-management in the Mackenzie Valley, Northwest Territories, Canada Landrie-Parker, Dazawray : Building a Community Engagement Framework for the Nuclear Energy Industry in Canada’s North Swensen, Marit Helen : Fishing for Fishers: Recruitment of fishers in three communities in Nordland
Artikler og rapporter:Tyler, Nicholas J. C. / Hanssen-Bauer, Inger / Førland, Eirik J. / Nellemann, Christian : The shrinking resource base of pastoralism: Saami reindeer husbandry in a climate of change Gross, Lena : “Viruses do not discriminate”? Reflecting on two pandemics Broderstad, Else Grete / Hausner, Vera Helene / Josefsen, Eva / Søreng, Siri Ulfsdatter : Local support among arctic residents to a land tenure reform in Finnmark, Norway
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