Studies in the Circumpolar North
Olga Ulturgasheva, University of Manchester
Alexander D. King, Franklin & Marshall College, PA
The Circumpolar North encapsulates all the major issues confronting the world today: enduring colonial legacies for indigenous people and the landscape, climate change and resource extraction industries, international diplomatic tensions, and lived realities of small communities in the interconnected modern world system. This book series provides a showcase for cutting-edge academic research on the lives of Arctic and Sub-arctic communities past and present. Understanding the contemporary Circumpolar North requires a multiplicity of perspectives and we welcome works from the social sciences, humanities and the arts.
An Urban Future for Sápmi?
Indigenous Urbanization in the Nordic States and Russia
Edited by Mikkel Berg-Nordlie, Astri Dankertsen and Marte WinsvoldPublished: 2021
Urban Sustainability in the Arctic
Measuring Progress in Circumpolar Cities
Edited by Robert W. OrttungPublished: 2020
Sustaining Russia's Arctic Cities
Resource Politics, Migration, and Climate Change
Edited by Robert OrttungPublished: 2016
Leaving Footprints in the Taiga
Luck, Spirits and Ambivalence among the Siberian Orochen Reindeer Herders and Hunters
Donatas BrandišauskasPublished: 2016