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The role of circumpolar universities in northern development

Association of Circumpolar Universities. (1st 1989 Thunder Bay, Ont.)

The role of circumpolar universities in northern development

proceedings of the first annual Conference of the Association of Circumpolar Universities, Thunder Bay, Ontario, November 24-26, 1989.

by Association of Circumpolar Universities. (1st 1989 Thunder Bay, Ont.)

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Published by Lakehead University Centre for Northern Studies in Thunder Bay, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Research -- Arctic region -- Congresses,
  • Universities and colleges -- Arctic regions -- Congresses,
  • Arctic regions -- Research -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    SeriesOccasional paper -- #4, Occasional paper (Lakehead University. Centre for Northern Studies) -- #4
    ContributionsLakehead University. Centre for Northern Studies.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC67.68.A74 C65 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination328 p. :
    Number of Pages328
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18880332M

    Past News. Call for nominations: The Mohn Prize has been published. The volume includes articles from around the Circumpolar North and encourages discourse about the role of art in the development of the Arctic. Read article ; from UArctic member institutions outside Québec working in the field of northern or Arctic research.   The book was edited by Symposium organizer Monica Tennberg, Hanna Lempenin, and Susanna Pirnes, all of the University of Lapland and includes chapters from several presenters at the Symposium. I had a great time talking to Frank Sejersen, of the University of Copenhagen about development and Indigenous approaches and perspectives. The growing importance of genetic resources in the North. The narrative of a powerful corporation exploiting tropical biodiversity and local knowledge to produce new cosmetic or medicinal products, depicted in popular fiction such as the film Medicine Man, is familiar to a simplified representation of the issues, movies like Medicine Man stimulate international debates about Cited by: 4.


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