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Indigenous Self-Determination and Gender Justice in the Arctic
Monday April 4, 2022 @ 11 am AK/3 pm ET/19.00 UTC
The Center for Arctic Policy Studies, the Arctic and Northern Studies Program, and the Center for Cross Cultural Studies invites you to an upcoming webinar on "Indigenous Self-Determination and Gender Justice in the Arctic" with visiting Arctic Fulbright Fellow Dr. Rauna Kuokkanen.
The webinar will be at 11 am AK (3 pm ET) on Monday, April 4. Registration closed.
Dr. Kuokkanen is Research Professor of Arctic Indigenous Studies at the University of Lapland, and Fulbright Arctic Initiative Fellow. Her research highlights the importance of human security and addresses it specifically in terms of justice in Indigenous political institutions. Dr. Kuokkanen's most recent book is the award-winning Restructuring Relations: Indigenous Self-Determination, Governance and Gender (Oxford UP, 2019), an Indigenous feminist investigation of Indigenous self-determination, governance and gender regimes in Indigenous political institutions. She has also authored a book on Indigenizing the university in Reshaping the University: Responsibility, Indigenous Epistemes and the Logic of the Gift (2007) develops an Indigenous, post-structural critique of the contemporary university.
This is the first of an inaugural series of webinars on Human Security in the Arctic hosted by the Center for Arctic Policy Studies and the Arctic and Northern Studies Program at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Webinars are recorded and will be available following the event at https://www.uaf.edu/caps/webinars-and-events/past-webinars.php.
Dr. Rauna Kuokkanen (Visiting Arctic Fulbright Fellow) https://rauna.net/