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Category Archives: Master
Institutional responsiveness to indigenous rights : the case of Chittagong Hill Tracts Land Dispute Resolution Commission
Report from Md. Zahid Hassan, Master in Peace and Conflict Transformation, University of Tromsø. The Chittagong Hill Tracts Peace Accord 1997 signed between the Government of Bangladesh and the Parbatya Chattagram Jana Samhati Samiti (PCJSS), recognises the reestablishment of the … Continue reading
Michael Code, Masters of Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Financial support for fieldwork I conducted fieldwork in July, 2010, for the Masters of Indigenous Studies program, I used the money mainly for travel costs to my remote Canadian Sayisi Dene … Continue reading
Report from Beatriz Zarcos. Long time before the arrival of the Europeans to what is known today as Canada, the people who already lived there and are known today as the Indigenous people of Canada, had their own cultures and … Continue reading
Rapport från informantresa med stöd från centret Jag vill tacka centret för stödet med min masteruppsats. Jag använde den till att åka på en resa från Umeå där jag bodde vid tidpunkten och till Norra Jämtland och motsvarande område på … Continue reading
Report from Smritikana Das Introduction: I acknowledge with gratitude the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund (Lånekassen) for financing and supporting my education with a scholarship here at the University of Tromsø. I am particularly grateful to the people and institutions … Continue reading
Report from Laxmi Limbu Introduction I would like to pay my gratitude to the Centre for Sami Studies for supporting me partially to cover my travel expenses during my fieldwork in Nepal. I conducted my research in Eastern and Central … Continue reading
Report from Anna Pyzhova, Master Programme in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø. Financial support to the project: “Identity and Regional Culture: the Case of the Pomor people in Arkhangel’sk region, Russia”.
Nature relations and belonging among youths in Nuuk, Greenland. Discovering youth identity management
Report from Tove Maurtvedt, Master in Visual Cultural Studies, University of Tromsø. Financial support to the project: “Nature relations and belonging among youths in Nuuk, Greenland. Discovering youth identity management”.
Report from Tanel Saimre, Master in Visual Cultural Studies, University of Tromsø Project 2011/1405 – financial support for fieldwork
Rapport fra Guri Karlstrøm Melbourne, Australia Høsten 2008 & WiPCE 2008, World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education, 7-11 December 2008
Rapport fra Emma Margret Skåden Økonomisk støtte til prosjektet: “What’s in the kilt? Et studie av skotsk identitet og kommersialisering av nasjonale symboler.” (Foreløpig tittel)
Report from Priscilla Akua Boakye, Master Programme in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Project 2009/1415-2 Financial support to the project: “Dipo – Puberty Rites among the Krobos of Eastern Region, Ghana.”
REISESTØTTE 2002 Rapport fra Inga Haugevik Jernsletten
Report from Anne Karen Hætta, Master Programme in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Project 2009/1415-6 Financial support to the project: The management of the Sámi traditional healing institution in the Marke villages in Southern Troms and Northern Nordland.
Report from Kristian Aambø, Master Programme in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø, Project 2009/1415-8
Report from Amalia L. Rylander, Master Programme in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Project 2009/1415-15 Financial support to the project: “Sustainability of Belizean Garifuna Communities Through Remittances Sent By Migrants Abroad”
Report from Dana Bellis, Master Programme in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Project 2009/1415-24 Financial support to the project: “Gendered Responses to Government Intervention into Sami Reindeer Herding.”
Rapport fra Cecilie E. Myrnes, Masterprogram i Sosialantropologi, Universitetet i Tromsø Prosjekt 2009/1415-25 Økonomisk støtte til feltarbeid: Reindriftsutøvernes relasjoner til den fastboende befolkningen i et sørsamisk område
Rapport fra Kai Arne Ulriksen, master i sosialantropologi, Universitetet i Tromsø Prosjekt 2009/1415-26 Økonomisk støtte til prosjeket “Dekolonialiserende kulturarrangement – dekolonialiserende for hvem?”