Topic: IPI news

Gwich’in Nation and Arctic policies

June 12, 2019

Posted by: lucas22

In spring quarter 2019, the World Affairs Council of Seattle hosted a roundtable discussion with Chief Dana Tizya-Tramm of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation in Old Crow, Yukon, in collaboration

Meet new Arctic Studies Minor, Betz Mayer!

May 8, 2018

Posted by: lucas22

The Center is happy to announce a new Arctic Studies minor, Betz Mayer! Betz is an International Studies and Russian Language and Literature major who is expected to graduate Spring

Ukiuqta’qtumi Hivuniptingnun: One Arctic, One Future

March 19, 2018

Posted by: lucas22

“Ukiuqta’qtumi Hivuniptingnun: One Arctic, One Future,” written by Nadine Fabbi, Canadian Studies Managing Director; Jason Young, former Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellow in Inuktitut; and Eric Finke, independent

Forest Sámis Go West

November 20, 2017

Posted by: lucas22

The colonial state of Sweden increased pressure on the Indigenous Sámi through legislation that led to increased poverty among Forest Sámis. Two laws in particular impacted their life: the Statutes