Collaborations, exchanges and projects and conference presentations that have received support from Dálkke: Indigenous Climate Change Studies
- Hannah Ambühl, MA Geography, Inst of Geography, Univ. of Bern, Schweiz. Movie “Älven min vän” – “The River, my friend”, Älven min Vän is Ambühl’s first film and also part of her master thesis in which she discusses how creative filmmaking can be used as a research tool in the discipline of Geography. Hannah Ambühl now works at ProClim – the Forum for Climate and Global Change at the Swiss Academy of Sciences.
- Henrik Andersson, reindeer herder, Gällivare forest sámi village.
- Petri Storlöpare, film maker and director.
- Tor L. Tuorda, film maker and activist.
- Rikard Länta, reindeer herder, Jåhkågasska tjiellde, Jokkmokk.
Liselotte Wajstedt, film maker, artist and director.
Lars-Ánte Kuhmunen, reindeer herder, yoiker and musician, Gábna Sámi village, Kiruna – Giron. ”Ruotnas Várri: Stories from the Sámi Reindeer Herders around Kiruna” och The yoik – Sámi joy and resistance and belief in the future”, Teknik- och vetenskapshistoriska dagar, March 27-29, 2019, Kiruna – Giron, organized by Luleå University of Technology, unit of history.
“Ruotnas Várri: Stories from the Sámi Reindeer Herders around Kiruna” presentation at NAISA, Hamilton, June 26-29, 2019.
Gun Aira and Anna-Kajsa Aira, Sirges Sámi village, Jokkmokk. Sámi perspectives on climate change and imposed flexibility: experiences from reindeer herding in the Lule River valley, presentation at NAISA, Hamilton, June 25-29, 2019.
Nicholas Smith, PhD, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Philosophy, Södertörn University, Rethinking philosophical sociality from a Sami feminist perspective: Elsa Laula Renberg and “ Facing life or death?” (1904), presentation at NAISA, Hamilton, June 26-29, 2019.
Astri Dankertsen, PhD, Nord University, Bodö; “Indigenizing academia – an empirical study of changes on institutional level”, presentation at NAISA, Hamilton, June 26-29, 2019.
Scott Burnett, FD, Wits Centre for Diversity Studies, Johannesburg, South Africa and Lund University. “The whiteness of green ideology: Swedish environmentalism as colonial vanguard” presentation at NAISA, Hamilton, June 26-29, 2019.
Liz-Marie Nilsen, Jokkmokk and Ignacio Acosta, PhD, “Fighting climate change and forest fires – from a Sámi perspective” presentation at NAISA, Hamilton, June 26-29, 2019.
Lena Stenberg, Sámi artist. “Laevas Community forever in my heart. A presentation of a Photographic Art Project about Sami Belonging”. Presentation at NAISA, Hamilton, June 26-29, 2019.
Margaretha Märgge Uttjek, PhD, Umeå University. “Developing Sámi Research Methodology Based on Indigeneity”. Presentation at NAISA, Hamilton, June 26-29, 2019.
- Roundtable at NAISA, Hamilton, June 26-29, 2019. “Sámi Stockholm: Negotiations of Urban Indigenous Resurgence in Practice”. Chair and Discussant: Kanako Uzawa, The Arctic University of Norway.
Participants: Inge Frisk, Stockholm Sámi Association. Sara Leoni, Stockholm Sámi Association. Kristina Modée, Stockholm Sámi Association. Johanna Tjäder, Stockholm Sámi Association. Maria Tjäder, Stockholm Sámi Association. Karin Eriksson, University of Washington.
- Dr. Minako Sakata, Associate Professor, Tomakomai Komazawa Univ. Hokkaido, Japan, Ainu Studies.
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