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Sámi Religion and Art as Systems of Embedded Knowledge


Francis Joy, Doctoral Candidate at the University of Lapland, presents his dissertation concerning the study of Sámi Religion and Art    

Coexisting Peacefully - Colloquium Images and Imaginaries


The 2nd Peaceful Coexistence Colloquium - Reimagining Ethics and Politics of Space for the Anthropocene 6.-9.6.2017 took place in Pyhätunturi. Here are some of the highlights.   

Refiguring laundry


Research Professor Monica Tennberg participated the 13th Nordic Environmental Social Science Conference, 6-8th June 2017, in Tampere, Finland. What washing laundry has to do with it all?   

Have we ever been human?


Research Seminar of the Faculty of Social Sciences with the theme ‘Situating the Self Ethically, Academically and in Society’ took place in Ranua, May 15-16. On the second day of the seminar a panel was arranged with the tittle ‘Discussion on Ethics, Species and Agents in the Posthuman World’ chaired by Associate Professor Outi Rantala with the invited panelists Veera Kinnunen, Florian Stammler, Nuccio Mazzullo, and Joonas Vola. Here is the post-scriptum of our NPE panelist based on his talk on ‘Ethics of the Post-human’.   

First edition of the Winter School on 'Energy Transition in the North'


Giuseppe Amatulli, PhD Candidate and member of the Sustainable Development Research Group, is giving some remarks regarding the first edition of the Arctic Winter School   

Arctic resilience(s)


Research Professor Monica Tennberg is giving some remarks about the RESCuE project findings regarding the household resilience in the time of socio-economic crisis in Europe   

On the road again - Nordic Tour in Inari


Take a look to the researchers’ road trip to Ivalo and Inari villages in Northern Lapland in Finland    

Visiting Author: Philip Hancock - 'Tales of a Christmas Tourist'


Philip Hancock is a Professor of Work and Organisation from the Essex Business School, University of Essex. He will be authoring this year's Christmas tale from the standpoint of a Christmas tourist.    

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Researchers from the former Northern Political Economy Research Group shared their thoughts and insights related to the Arctic from everyday to social, political and economic perspectives (2013-2023).