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Indigenous Internationalism Workshop
18. oktober 2018 - 19. oktober 2018
The Centre for Sámi Studies at UiT The Arctic University of Norway is pleased to host a Public Workshop on Indigenous Internationalism in Context on 18-19 October 2018.
This multidisciplinary conference will gather together the relatively small number of scholars who research the international Indigenous movement, its history and its connections around the world. This may include research on global Indigenous organizations (like the World Council of Indigenous Peoples or the International Indian Treaty Council), regional Indigenous organizations workings across state borders (like the Saami Council or the Coordinadora Andina de Organizaciones Indígenas), individual Indigenous internationalists, international Indigenous conferences, and Indigenous activity at the United Nations.
The conference will be organized as a public workshop, meaning delegates will be asked to present new research that has not yet been published, which could use additional insight from their peers. All presenters will be required to circulate their draft papers one month in advance, so that all guests have read each other’s work in advance of the workshop.
Jens Dahl (University of Copenhagen) will present a keynote address.
Interested parties should submit both a one-page proposal and a CV by 15 July 2018 to: email@example.com
Thursday, 18 October – Friday, 19 October 2018
Language of papers and presentations:
15 July 2018
Costs and funding:
The conference has been provided sufficient funding to cover some or all travel expenses for presenters. Presenters are responsible for the cost of their own accommodations in Tromsø, and for the conference fee, which includes the cost of meals during the conference. Observers are also invited to register to attend.
Registration will be soon be available at this webpage: https://en.uit.no/tavla/artikkel/577482/indigenous_internationalism_workshop
UiT Campus Tromsø, Sápmi/Norway
UiT The Arctic University of Norway, based 350 km north of the Arctic Circle, is the northernmost university in the world.
Despite its northern location, Tromsø is quite accessible to international visitors with frequent flights to and from Oslo and Copenhagen. Hotel rooms have been reserved in advance for workshop participants so that you can book them easily.