As usual, the magazine features various voices from across our network. The three student representatives on the Board of UArctic talk about the reasons behind their active Arctic and UArctic engagement. We also hear from students who have benefited from Arctic mobility, both shorter and longer stays, and how the experiences have helped shape their lives. Several leads and members of UArctic Thematic Networks introduce some of their latest activities and discuss how their collaboration reflects on the individuals, institutions and communities involved. In addition, an internationally acclaimed director and producer shares why he is committed to supporting Indigenous filmmakers.
You can read Shared Voices 2022 online as individual articles, flip through on Issuu, or download the entire magazine as a PDF. Print copies are also available at the UArctic Assembly meeting in Portland, Maine.
Table of Contents
- Letter from the President
- The New England Arctic Network – New England’s deep history and bright future for Arctic collaboration
Holly Parker & Katharine Duderstadt
- SmartICE is for the North, by the North
Emma Dalton & Emily Best
- Student Voices: Floor to the UArctic Board Student Representatives
- Representing the Arctic Internationally: Interview with Anne Husebekk, Kirsi Latola and Melody Brown Burkins
- Calotte Academy from a Participant’s Perspective
- Joint Collaboration Exercises on Arctic Safety and Security
- Tourism Industry as Security Provider - Resource to Local and Regional Preparedness and Emergency Planning
- Seeking Solutions to Arctic Energy Security Locally Through Renewable Energy Transitions
Vikas Menghwani, Chad Walker & Jackie Martin
- Worldwide Recognition for Arctic Indigenous Films: Interview with Liisa Holmberg and Anne Lajla Utsi
- From the Arctic to Hollywood and Back: Conversation with Baltasar Kormákur
- Verdde – a Mutually Beneficial Exchange
Elisabeth Utsi Gaup, Marikaisa Laiti, Jennifer Godfrey Anderson & Sylvia Moore
- Student Story: Hannah Zimmerman
- Featuring New UArctic Thematic Networks in 2021
- Student Follow-up: Mikhail Uksusov
The cover art is part of a photo series taken at a participatory art workshop in Sierijärvi, Finnish Lapland. Another picture from the same series came first in the student category of UArctic's annual photo competition, "Arctic Polarities".
The magazine has been made possible with financial support from the Danish Agency for Higher Education and Science, and the Government of Canada.