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Arctic Encounters: Latest Publications

Arctic Encounters: Latest Publications

The Arctic Encounters project has just completed another year of research, writing and collaborative scholarship. Have a look at the latest list of project-related publications:

Project Publications, 2016

Norum, Roger. Political ecology of tourism: Communities, power and the environment (co-edited with Mary Mostafanezhad, Eric J. Shelton & Anna Thompson-Carr). London: Routledge. Download introduction

Project Publications, 2015

Abram, Simone. Chilling out at Jokkmokk, In: Blue Wings Magazine, December, p. 22

Andersen, Astrid & Hvenegård-Lassen, Kirsten (eds). ‘Special issue: Feminism in Postcolonial Nordic Spaces’, NORA (Nordic Journal on Feminist and Gender Research), 23(4). Download editorial

Huggan, Graham & Norum, Roger. ‘Special Issue: The Postcolonial Arctic’, Moving Worlds: International Journal of Transcultural Writings, 15(2). Download introduction

Huggan, Graham. ‘Ultima Thule/The North’, In: The Routledge Companion to Travel Writing (C. Thompson, ed.). Routledge: London, pp. 331-340.

Jensen, Lars. Greenland, Arctic Orientalism and the search for definitions of a contemporary postcolonial geography, Kult, 12: 139-153

Kramvig, Britt. ‘Gifts of Dreams, Connecting to Sami Epistemic Practice’, In: Traditional Sami health and healing practices (B. Miller, ed.). Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, pp.183-209.

Kristoffersen, Berit. ‘Opportunistic adaptation: New discourses on oil, equity and environmental security’, In: The adaptive challenge of climate change (O’Brien, Karen and E. Selboe, eds), pp. 140-159.

Kristoffersen, Berit, Norum, Roger & Kramvig, Britt. ‘Arctic whale-watching and Anthropocene ethics’, In: Tourism & the Anthropocene (Huijbens, Edward and Martin Gren, eds). London: Routledge, pp. 94-110.

Loftsdóttir, Kristín. 2015. The Exotic North: Gender, Nation Branding and Post-colonialism in Iceland , NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, 23(4): 246-260.

Lund, Katrín. ‘Magic Mussels: Ingredients for improving a tourism destination’, Journal of Gastronomy and Tourism, 2(1): 19-31.

Lund, Katrín. ‘Just Like Magic: Activating Landscape of Witchcraft and Sorcery in Rural Tourism, Iceland’, In: The Changing World Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics (S. D. Brunn, ed.). New York: Springer, pp. 767-782.

Norum, Roger, Ice Ice Baby Ice Ice Baby, Blue Wings, February, pp. 58-63.

Project Publications: 2014

Abram, Simone. Values of property (properties of value): capitalization of kinship in Norway, Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 12 (3), pp. 253-266.

Huggan, Graham. ‘Notes on the Postcolonial Arctic’. The Future of Postcolonial Studies (C. Zabus, ed.). London: Routledge, pp. 130-143.

Huggan, Graham. ‘Thule Tales: Contemporary Travel Writing and the Idea of North’, In: The Routledge Companion to Travel Writing (C. Thompson, ed.). London: Routledge.

Jensen, Lars & Loftsdóttir, Kristín. Crisis in the Nordic Nations and Beyond: At the Intersection of Environment, Finance and Multiculturalism. Farnham: Ashgate.

Lund, Katrín (with Jóhannesson, Gunnar). Moving Places: Multiple Temporalities of a Peripheral Tourist Destination, Scandinavian Journal of Tourism and Hospitality, 14(4): 441-459.

Kristoffersen, Berit. ‘“Securing” geography: Framings, logics and strategies in the Norwegian High North’, In: Polar Geopolitics? Knowledges, Resources and Legal Regimes (R. Powell and K. Dodds, eds). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp.131-148.

Kristoffersen, Berit (with Brigt Dale). Post-Petroleum Security in Lofoten: Why Identity Matters, Arctic Review on Law and Politics, 5(2): 201-226

Abram, Simone. The Land of Maybe. The Scotsman Weekend Life. 6 Sept, pp. 49-50

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