Current research project engage with sustainability, decolonication and indigenous/Sámi ways of knowing; in particular as expressed through land- and seascape as well as in artistic practices and festivals. The world that emerge from indigenous peoples’ experiences and practices can see the examples of the possibilities of other worlds that we need to learn from in order to address environmental issues. Ongoing publication effort engage with locally embedded practice of reconciliation, memories and landscape. Kramvig regularly contribute to the public debate in national and regional newspapers, through film documentary and as an active participator in many art/science project, among the latest Dark Ecology, BAT and OKTA.
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- Workshop : Tourism, justice and Indigenous landscapes
- translation_fallback: 10:00 AM - translation_fallback: 12:30 PM | 2 translation_fallback: hours 30 minutos
- Moderator: Prof. Britt Kramvig (UiT) and Dr. Bryan S.R. Grimwood (UWaterloo)In this panel, Scholars and PhD students from UiT The ...
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- Keynote Speaker : Lucie K. Morisset : A just role for tourism: from cultural narratives to the right to heritage. Historical overview and research avenues
- translation_fallback: 2:00 PM - translation_fallback: 3:30 PM | 1 translation_fallback: hour 30 minutos
- (In French with simultaneous translation)The increase in tourist numbers in certain places that have become "destinations" has recently brought ...