Tag archives for Antarctic

Ellen C Frye

Ellen C. Frye, William Paterson University of New Jersey   Dr. Ellen Cressman Frye studied for her undergraduate major in Spanish at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, graduating with honors, then completed her doctoral work in the literature of Spain at the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia, sub-specializing in early modern Peninsular […]

Renuka Badhe

Renuka Badhe, European Polar Board Dr. Renuka Badhe currently serves as the Executive Secretary of the European Polar Board, and is based in the Netherlands. Her background is in economics and public policy, and she holds a PhD on southern ocean phytoplankton physiology. Renuka has worked with a range international organisations on various aspects of polar […]

Mikå Mered

Mikå Mered, Cluster Polaire Mr. Mikå Mered is an adjunct lecturer at the Lapland University of Applied Sciences (Finland) on Arctic geo-economics, CEO of the French Polar Cluster, and external expert to the European Commission’s Research Executive Agency on the Arctic. Mikå’s research is dedicated to Arctic and Antarctic governance, political economy, market and security scenario-planning. […]

Book on Antarctica and the Humanities

Peder Roberts, Adrian Howkins, and Lize-Marié Van der Watt’s new book Antarctica and the Humanities presents the convincing argument that the continent for peace and science is also a continent for the humanities. The book is published by Palgrave MacMillan, and includes chapters from a range of HASSEG members. The publisher describes Antarctica and the […]

Humanities at APECS Online Conference

Humanities‬ research was represented at the 2016 Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) Online Conference, with HASSEG members Miranda Nieboer presenting on “Antarctic Interiors through architectural eyes” and Hanne Nielsen presenting on “Antarctic Cows: Sponsorship, Celebrity, and Colonisation” (Session 1). Their presentations can be viewed here, starting at 1:27:00: APECS Online Conference 2016 – Session […]

New book published by ALSA

The Antarctic Legacy of South Africa (ALSA) project has published its first book, Brian Huntley’s Marion Island diary from 1965/66. More information about the book is available from the publication brochure. This book is available for purchase: cost (without courier costs) is R250, or EUR16, USD18, GBP12, AUD24, NZD25, CAD23. If you wish to purchase […]

Miranda Nieboer

Miranda Nieboer, University of Tasmania/ IMAS Miranda Nieboer holds a Masters in Architecture from ArtEZ, Academy of Architecture in Arnhem (The Netherlands) and is currently working on an interdisciplinary PhD in Antarctic Interiors. Her research investigates the density, intensity and vitality of Antarctic spatialities. Research projects/ interests extreme environments shifting boundaries heterogeneous space embodied perception […]

S. Zia. E. Madani

Dr S. Zia. E. Madani, Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science Dr S. Zia E. Madani is the head of the Department of Law of the Sea and Ocean Policy at the Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science and an Assistant Professor in International Law of the Sea. He has a […]