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ARCTIC 101 Elementary Inuktitut: Inuit Language (3) S. MALLON
Fundamentals of oral and written modern Inuktitut, the Inuit language, including an introduction to the elements of Inuit culture. Offered: AS.
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ARCTIC 102 Elementary Inuktitut (Inuit Language) (3) S. MALLON
Continues the process of laying the groundwork for communicative work in Inuktitut, begun in ARCTIC 101. Offered: W.
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ARCTIC 200 Indigenous Diplomacies and International Relations in the Arctic (3) I&S Fabbi
Provides an overview of current issues and geopolitics in the Arctic including those of the eight Arctic nation-states, six Permanent Participants (indigenous organizations) on the Arctic Council, and other non-Arctic nation-state interests. Offered: A.
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ARCTIC 201 Intermediate Inuktitut (Inuit Language) (3) VLPA S. Mallon
First course in the second-year Inuktitut language sequence. Prerequisite: ARCTIC 103 Offered: A.
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ARCTIC 387 Study Abroad: Arctic Studies (1-5, max. 15)
Relates Arctic geopolitics, indigenous internationalism, the arts, and/or natural sciences to the regions and peoples of the circumpolar world. Equivalency for upper division Arctic minor of Jackson School course work taken on UW study abroad or direct exchange. Specific content varies and is evaluated on an individual basis.
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ARCTIC 391 Climate Change - An International Perspective: Science, Art, and Activism (5) I&S/VLPA R. PAVIA
Explores climate change science in the context of geographic, social, and political constraints, considering the role of art, activism, and Arctic indigenous peoples in communicating impacts and mitigation. Students gain knowledge in key atmospheric and ocean science principles along with the role of science in society Offered: jointly with JSIS B 391; Sp.
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ARCTIC 400 Integrating Policy and Science in Arctic Studies (3) I&S/NW Gallucci, Hellmann
Introduces Arctic resources and access from physical, biological, and political perspectives, focusing on the latter. Emphasizes political alliances among nation states as well as initiatives by indigenous peoples that involve mutual needs for access to Arctic resources for mining, transport, and food. Offered: Sp.
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ARCTIC 401 Current Issues Concerning the Arctic Region (3, max. 9) I&S
Addresses current issues impacting the Arctic region from the perspective of visiting scientists, social scientists, practitioners, and Arctic indigenous leaders. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: Sp.
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ARCTIC 498 Special Topics in Arctic Studies (1-5, max. 10)
Content varies by instructor.
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