The aim of this course is to provide a broad introduction to the natural and cultural history and evolution of the Arctic combined with a modern perspective on arctic societies and their livelihood. The course will explore topics and case studies within biology, geology, geography, archaeology, and anthropology, as well as the region’s modern history, political development and options for the future.

Arctic Nature and Society is offered in accordance with the rules governing part-time education. This means that anybody can apply to attend the course subject that fulfills the admission requirements and subject to availability, and providing you pay the tuition fees.

Questions may be forwarded to Kirsten Wivel-Snejbjerg.

More information can be found on the website.