Climate change, Polar exploitation and geopolitical consequences

Farewell symposium professor Louwrens Hacquebord
28 May 2013 - Het Kasteel, Groningen

Programme
09:15Registration and coffee
09:45
Welcome by chairman Maarten Loonen
10:00 Prof. dr. Peter Pope (Memorial university, Newfoundland, Canada)
Bretons, Basques and Inuit in Labrador and Northern Newfoundland: the Control of Maritime Resources in the 16th and 17th Centuries
10:40

Prof. dr. Bjorn Basberg (NHH, Bergen Norway)
Industrial archaeology and heritage of South Georgia

11:10

Coffee break

11:40 Dr. Susan Barr (Directorate for Cultural Heritage, Oslo, Norway)
Mining pioneer Ernest Mansfield and his material legacy in Svalbard
12:10

Frigga Kruse M. Sc. (Arctic Centre, RUG)
Could have, should have, would have. If British mining on Spitsbergen had not been how it was.

12:30

Lunch break

13:30 Intermezzo
13:50
Dr. Robert Corell (United States)
Our Common Future: The Arctic in Global Perspectives
14:30

Prof. dr. Peter Harrison (Queen's University, Ontario, Canada)
The New Dynamic Arctic: A Canadian Perspective

15:10

Tea break

15:30 Marjolein Admiraal (master student Arctic Centre)
In search of the origin of Alaska's Mesa projectile points
16:10 Prof dr. Peter Jordan (new director Arctic Centre, RUG)
A vision for future research at the Arctic Centre
16:40

Closing words by Louwrens Hacquebord

Entrance fee: 40 euro
Students: 15 euro

REGISTER please before May 25

This symposium is supported by the Canadian Embassy in the Netherlands.
Willem Barentsz Poolinstituut

Bundeling van kennis, onderzoek en onderwijs over de Noord- en de Zuidpool

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