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ICASS VIII Prince George: Histories of resilience in human-animal relations in the Circumpolar North

21 May - 21 August 2014

Members of the Arctic Domus network arrange a panel at the VIII International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences in Prince George, Canada, entitled "Histories of resilience in human-animal relations in the Circumpolar North"

Speakers and titles:

Clint Westman: Bouncing Along on a Cree Moose-Hunting Trip in Northern Alberta, Autumn 2013

David G. Anderson: Arctic Animal Pedigrees: Towards a Pragmatic Understanding of Domestication

Robert Losey: Exploring the Life Histories of Dogs in the Circumpolar North Through Archaeology

Jan Peter Laurens (Peter) Loovers: ‘Hard Times Are Coming’: Indeterminacy, Prophecies, Apocalypse, and Dogs

Robert Wishart: The Wrong Kind of Fish: Gwich'in Fish Camps and Questions of Sustainability in the Mackenzie Delta, NWT

Sarah Carmen Moritz: ‘It had the biggest spring salmon run, it was a ‘Valley of Plenty’ for all’: Remembering and Restoring St’át’imc Fishing in the Bridge River Valley

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