ноябрь '2016

28 ноября, 16.40

Докладчик: Lars Kullerud, President of UArctic.

Тема: «Asia in Scientific and Educational Cooperation in the Arctic region (on the example of Arctic Council and UArctic)».

30ноября, 14.00

Докладчик: Aileen A. Espíritu, Ph.D., Researcher, Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Education, UiT The Arctic University of Norway Тема: «Mining and Resource development in Arctic Russia, Canada, and Norway: comparative analysis)».

30 ноября, 15.30

Докладчик: Aileen A. Espíritu, Ph.D., Researcher, Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Education, UiT The Arctic University of Norway Тема: «Arctic in Asia: comparison of border dispute resolution between Norway and Russia»

Руководитель семинара: Михаил Присяжный, д.г.н., заведующий общеуниверситетской кафедры североведения СВФУ.

Рабочий язык семинара — английский.

Место проведения семинара: УЛК СВФУ, ул. Белинского, д. 58, ауд. 508.

Регистрационные данные для участия в семинаре с указанием ФИО, места учебы/работы, курса, учебной группы отправлять по адресу электронной почты: di.osipov@s-vfu.ru.

О докладчиках:

Lars Kullerud has held the position of President of UArctic since May 2002. Throughout his UArctic Presidency, Lars has continued to foster an academic interest in the northern environment and development issues and published several academic papers on the issue in addition to representing UArctic. Before joining the UArctic team, he was the Polar Programme Manager for GRID-Arendal which serves as UNEP's (United Nations Environment Program) key polar centre. His academic background is in Precambrian Geology and Isotope Geochemistry, geostatistics, petroleum resource assessments, as well as assessments of the Arctic environment.

Aileen A. Espíritu has ongoing research on sustainable development in the Arctic regions, notably its urban areas; region-building in the Arctic and the Barents Region; identity politics in indigenous and non-indigenous Northern communities; the impact of industrialization and post-industrialization on mono-industry towns in the High North; and the politics of community sustainability in Russia in comparative perspective. She is the Principal Investigator for the Norwegian Research Council-funded project ARCSUS: Arctic Urban Sustainability in Russia (2012-2015) examining the social, economic, political, and cultural sustainability in Arctic cities. ARCSUS is an international project with consortia partners from six countries. This project continues from 2015-2018 with funding from the Norwegian Research Council Polar Programme and NordForsk under the Belmont Forum. Espíritu is also a main partner in the Norwegian Research Council research project Future North that focuses on the knowledge production on new landscape typologies, include the everyday in the category of landscape, and explore tools to articulate and narrate such perspectives. Her main analysis for the project is the impact of the international political economy, including extractive industries, on communities in the Arctic. Espíritu was also the Norwegian lead in the EU-FP7 project EUBORDERREGIONS analyzing the geopolitics of borders in the outer edges of the Schengen. She is a co-editor in the international refereed journal Barents Studies.