Authored by: Elsbeth Bembom / The Greenland Science Week team Edited by: Danita Catherine Burke / Women in the Arctic and Antarctic After a two year delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Greenland Science Week was once again held in person in 2021 with a wide range of events, discussions, seminars and activities across … Continue reading Greenland Science Week 2021 – It’s a Wrap!
Author: The INQUA-MARE Organising Committee / Edited by: Danita Burke, Women in the Arctic and Antarctic An upcoming Antarctic workshop may be of interest to Polar scholars and practitioners. The first INQUA-MARE workshop “Antarctic Realm” is running from November 29th to December 1st, 2021. You can find more information here on how to participate. Key … Continue reading INQUA-MARE: INtegrated QUAternary MArine REcords at sensitive latitudes
Greenland Science Week is a multi-disciplinary Arctic science platform that facilitates dialogue and cooperation for Greenlandic and international research, business, management and citizens, and it is right around the corner!
[Originally published on The Arctic Circle website to promote the upcoming talk by Dr. Danita Catherine Burke on October 12th, 2021 on the establishment of the Women in the Arctic and Antarctic] 550th Meeting - The Arctic Circle 12 October 2021 Danita Catherine BurkeWOMEN IN THE ARCTIC AND ANTARCTIC: FINDING WAYS TO MAKE NETWORKING AND INFORMATION-SHARING … Continue reading Women in the Arctic and Antarctic: Finding Ways to Make Networking and Information Sharing Accessible and Free
University of Southern Denmark’s Danish Institute of Advanced Studies (DIAS) is hosting Dr. Bathsheba Demuth as part of their Opening Reception for CONNECTIONS exhibition. Dr. Demuth is an northern environmental historian and author and her talk titled “Do Whales Judge Us? Interspecies History and Ethics” is on September 1st, 2021 (14.00-15.00 GMT +2). Entrance to … Continue reading Dr. Bathsheba Demuth presents on “Do Whales Judge Us? Interspecies History and Ethics” at DIAS, University of Southern Denmark