The Arctic Yearbook is calling for abstracts for its 2021 volume – the 10th anniversary edition.
The Arctic Yearbook is an international and peer-reviewed volume which focuses on issues of regional governance, development, environmental politics, circumpolar relations, geopolitics and security, all broadly defined. It is an open access, online publication.
This year’s theme is “Defining and Mapping the Arctic: Sovereignties, Policies and Perceptions”. Perhaps because it is distant from major political, business and media centers, the Arctic seems especially prone to external interpretations of its essential character. How the Arctic is defined and perceived, or redefined, as well as how non-Arctic actors define or self-identify with the Arctic region, has real implications for how it is governed. Yet dominant narratives about the region are often based on superficial, ideological or arbitrary understandings.
The deadline for abstracts is March 1, 2021.
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