Presentations & Lectures

PRESENTATIONS & LECTURES

Disseminating our project 

 

2019

 

John Woitkowitz 28 June 2019, “August Petermann and the Speculative Geography of the Open Polar Sea”

Shaped by the Sea: Histories of Ocean Science, Medicine, and Technology

University of Manchester

 

Nanna K.L. Kaalund, 27 June 2019:”The Arctic Travels and Scientific Practices of Tookoolito and Eibierbing”

Shaped by the Sea: Histories of Ocean Science, Medicine, and Technology

University of Manchester

 

Nanna K. L. Kaalund and John Woitkowitz, 18 June 2019: “August Petermann, Elisha Kent Kane, and the Making of the Open Polar Sea”

Science Museum

London

 

John Woitkowitz, 5 June 2019: “Science, Networks, and Knowledge Communities: August Petermann and the Construction of the Open Polar Sea”

Annual Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association

Vancouver

 

Nanna K. L. Kaalund, 27 February 2019: “Transnational History of (Arctic) Science”

Geographies of Knowledge Seminar

University of Cambridge

 

Richard Powell, 20 February 2019: “ARCTIC CULT”

Departmental Seminar

Department of Geography, University of Cambridge

 

Richard Powell, 12 February 2019: “ARCTIC CULT”

Departmental Seminar

Department of Geography, University of Sheffield

 

Richard Powell, 10 January 2019: “Writing the North?”

‘Arctic Politics’ Seminar Series

Copenhagen, Denmark

 


2018

 

Richard Powell, 30 November 2018: “Brexit and the Arctic

Danish Institute for International Studies

Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

Nanna Kaalund, 29 November 2018: A tale of Terror and Erebus: international collaboration and competition in the search for Franklin’s lost expedition.

Darwin College

Cambridge, UK.

 

Richard Powell, 24 January 2018: “Arctic Cultures”

Geographies of Knowledge Seminar

Department of Geography, University of Cambridge.

 

Richard Powell, 12 January 2018: “Social Sciences and Humanities Research at the Scott Polar Research Institute”

‘Development of the UK-Russia Arctic Research and Collaboration Network’ Workshop

University of Cambridge.


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