Thematic courses in 2016–2017
TUKO1217 UArctic PhD course. This course is a field course organised abroad, and you need to apply for it. It is organised twice every academic year – every autumn and spring – in different locations. Based on feedback received, it is a highly educational and interesting experience. Schedules and guidelines are available in the WebOodi description.
TUKO1256 Making indigenous: heritage, politics and environment. Visiting lecturers Natalia Magnani (University of Cambridge) and Matthew Magnani (Harvard University) will teach this course. Research professor Florian Stammler (Arctic Centre) is the local academic contact. Timetable and registration available on WebOodi.
TUKO1250 Environmental movements. Visiting professor Donatella della Porta (European University Institute) will teach on this course. University lecturer Kirsti Lempiäinen and researcher Tanja Joona (Arctic Centre) are the local academic contacts. Timetable and registration available on WebOodi.
TUKO1221 Northern cultural studies. Visiting professor Tim Ingold (University of Aberdeen, UK) will teach on this course. Professor Jarno Valkonen is the local academic contact. Timetable forthcoming to WebOodi.
TUKO1222 Perception, interpretation and representation of environment. Visiting professor Tim Ingold (University of Aberdeen, UK) will teach on this course. Professor Jarno Valkonen is the local academic contact. Timetable forthcoming to WebOodi.
Register for the courses
Please find the course descriptions and registration on WebOodi > By study guide > Northern cultures and natural resource politics, 2016-17.
Kindly note the following: if you have registered for a course and cannot make it, please remember to cancel your registration.