'Arctic Ocean Governance' course starts

The course will discuss the history of governance in the Arctic, both the governance of Arctic nations and the international collaborations that have been established to foster coordination among these nations.
Note that participation in the conference Arctic Circle in Reykjavík is an integrative part of this course. Registration, accommodation and transport to/from Reykjavík is the participants' own responsibility and expense.

Elective Course | 4 ECTS | Course: CMM 47

Teacher: Rachael Lorna Johnstone

Dates: 10 - 21 October

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Rachael Lorna Johnstone
Rachael Lorna Johnstone

'Environmental history' - course starts

This course will focus on interactions between humans and their natural environments, with emphasis on culture as the primary lens through which nature is perceived and understood. How has the environment shaped the course of human history, and how have human actions and attitudes shaped the environment? 

Elective Course | 4 ECTS | Course: CMM 13

Teacher: Laura Alice Watt

Dates: 10 - 21 October

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Laura Alice Watt
Laura Alice Watt

'Equality and Diversity' - course starts

In this course students will be introduced to basic concepts and approaches relevant to gender equality that are used in governance and development. Students will be able to hone their skills, and gain a deeper understanding of how gender and social diversity play out in all aspects of everyday life, and what implications they have for rural and coastal communities.

Elective Course | 4 ECTS | Námskeið: CRD 17

Kennari: Milica Minić

Dates: 10 - 21 October

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Milica Minić
Milica Minić