A new special issue probes how Copenhagen School Securitization Theory can help us make sense of both. In one of the articles, CIRCLA researcher Ulrik Pram Gad shows how the choices currently made in language policy about how to prioritize the Greenlandic, Danish, and English languages will put Greenland on very different routes towards and beyond independence. The article modifies the analytical strategy prescribed by Copenhagen School Securitization Theory to produce a nuanced picture of national identity politics, the tensions involved, and scenarios for the future."
What Kind of Nation State will Greenland be?
Arctic geopolitics is a moving target – and Greenland, determined to emerge as a sovereign nation state, is a particularly dynamic case.
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Lill Rastad Bjørst has been awarded through 'the Fulbright Arctic Initiative' that covers studies in the USA and field studies in Greenland
Associate Professor Lill Rastad Bjørst from research group 'CIRCLA - Centre for Innovation and Research in Culture and Living in the Arctic', The Department of Culture and Learning, AAU, has received funding from the 'Fulbright Arctic Initiative'. The forthcoming 18 months she is part of a multidisciplinary research initiative.
LEKTOR: LAD LOKALSAMFUND TAGE ANSVAR FOR AT HJÆLPE BØRN FRA MORIA UDEN OM FOLKETINGET
Lektor Martin Bak Jørgensen fra Institut for Kultur og Læring, AAU, har skrevet debatindlæg til Politiken 10. december 2020. Martin Bak Jørgensen slår til lyd for, at 'inklusion af lokalsamfundene er en nødvendighed, hvis vi skal have integration af flygtninge til at lykkes i Danmark'.
New Intern at CIRCLA: Elsbeth Bembom
This fall Elsbeth Bembom will join CIRCLA as the research group’s new intern. Her primary task will be to assist the research group in their work with the ARCTISEN project.
Nyt forskningsprojekt skal forske i populisme
Lektor Oscar Garcia Agustin, Institut for Kultur og Læring, har netop modtaget 2,6 mio kr. fra Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond til projeket 'Populismens geografier i Europa: Forestillinger, folk og rum'.
Thomas Rasmussen is a new guest researcher at CIRCLA
Thomas Rasmussen is a PhD candidate from the University of Oslo. In his PhD project he wants to uncover late 19th and early 20th century representations of Inuit and Greenland in Norwegian satirical magazines, newspapers and novels.