Nadine Fabbi

Managing Director of the Canadian Studies Center and Arctic and International Relations in the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington in Seattle

Forstöðumaður Canadian Studies Center and Arctic and International Relations við University of Washington in Seattle

Dr. Nadine Fabbi is Managing Director of the Canadian Studies Center and Arctic and International Relations in the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington in Seattle. Her research focuses on the integration of indigenous diplomacies and international relations in the Arctic. Specifically her work addresses policy and spatial activism on the part of the Inuit in the Arctic region.
In 2010 she was awarded a Research Fellowship from University of the Arctic and the Government of Canada for her proposal, "Arctic Educational Policies and their Impact on Canada's Leadership Role in the Circumpolar World." In 2007 Nadine utilized a Government of Canada Faculty Research Grant, "Inuit Homelands in Canada" to design the first Task Force on the Arctic. In 2009 she was awarded a Program Enhancement Grant to take 13 University of Washington students to Ottawa as part of the first Task Force on Arctic Sovereignty co-taught with Professor Gallucci. This course is now offered in partnership with the Makivik Corporation from the Inuit region of Québec.
Nadine has travelled to Alaska, the Yukon, Churchill, Greenland, Iceland and Siberia and has taught two summer programs on Inuit homelands for the University of Alberta. In 2008 she was awarded a Certificate of Merit by the International Council for Canadian Studies in recognition of her contributions to Canadian Studies.

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