Arctic Anthropology Blog
  • Keeping Arctic animals makes sense!

    21.11.2018 10:02

    The Arctic Ark team has presented their work of the last four years in human-animal relations in the Arctic at the Finnish Academy’s final Arktiko Seminar. Studying people’s relations to their domestic pastoral animals in the Arctic using approaches from … Continue reading

  • Arctic Youth well-being project participating in circumpolar comparison

    17.11.2018 18:31

    The team of the joint Finnish-Russian project studying well-being among youth in Arctic industrial cities (WOLLIE) was invited to participate in the circumpolar study on Arctic Youth and sustainable futures, headed Joan Nymard Larsen, and the Arctic Human Development Report … Continue reading

  • A new book about Yukaghir people

    19.10.2018 15:28

    Our anthropological team would like to congratulate Dr Cecilia Odé on her new book Life with the Yukaghir: North-East Siberia’s oldest tundra people. The book was published this summer in the Netherlands. Cecilia wrote it as a diary about her linguistic … Continue reading

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