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Arctic Nature and Society

09.02.2018
Education

The aim of this course is to provide a broad introduction to the natural and cultural history and evolution of the Arctic combined with a modern perspective on arctic societies and their livelihood. During the course we will explore topics and case studies within biology, geology, geography, archaeology, and anthropology, as well as the region’s modern history, political development and options for the future.
Among the teacher you will find Eske Willerslev, Nuka Godtfredsen, Minik Rosing, Katherine Richardson, Aviaja Haubtmann, Bo Elberling, Kurt H. Kjær, Frank Sejersen, Nina Lundholm, Nils Wang, Lars Stemmerik, Bjarne Grønnow and many others with insight and overview.

Course start date
01.04.2018
Course end date
30.06.2018
Registration deadline
01.03.2018
Organisation
University of Copenhagen
Department
Natural History Museum of Denmark
Field of study
Other
Course Level
Master
Course topic
Archaeology
Climate research
Geology
Geoscience
Teaching language
English
Teaching place
University of Copenhagen
Teaching country
Denmark
ECTS/Credits
7,5
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