Histories, Cultures, Environments and Politics (HCEP)
Research on Histories, Cultures, Environments and Politics (HCEP) includes areas such as:
- Cosmologies and knowledge systems
- Models of polar governance and geopolitics
- Cryopolitics: the social and ecological dynamics of the global cryosphere.
- Temporality and spatiality: constructions of region and territory in the polar regions
- Inuit historiography, orality, traditional knowledge.
- Visual narratives and the circulation of knowledge
- Scientific practice and knowledge production.
These are as linked from the biography pages below. In due course a listing will be shown on this page directly.
Staff and students
The following scientists at the Scott Polar Research Institute are involved in this area of research:
|Institute Associates and Emeritus Fellows||
- Geography and Neo-Vitalism (31 October 2016)
- The Geographical Unconscious: mapping the supernatural in current research (10 April 2013)
- Ghosts and apparitions in the field: an international workshop (27 May 2011)