Monday October 8th, 2012.
Venue: University of Tromsø, Non-experimental sciences building, House 1, Room 1.323.
The working language for the workshop is English.
The Future of Sami Fisheries Research:
09.05-10.15: Putting local ecological knowledge on the map by Svanhild Andersen, Jørn Weines, Camilla Brattland and Sirkka Seljevold
10.15-10.30: Research cooperation: experiences and lessons learned. Comments by Sigvald Persen, chair of the coastal Sami resource centre, Porsanger
10.30-10.45: Coffee break
10.45 -11.15: Coastal Communities: Towards Biocultural and Economic Diversity
by Kevin St. Martin, Department of Geography, Rutgers University
11.15-11.35: New Attitudes – New Challenges: Perspectives on LEK-research and Local Partnership by Einar Eythorsson, the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research
11.35-12.00: Debate on the future of Sami fisheries research
After the workshop there is a 20-year anniversary conference for the Centre for Sami Studies.