Archived Courses

The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies offered the first University of Washington course on Arctic geopolitics in Winter Quarter 2009. Since that time, several other courses have been offered on the Arctic building towards an Arctic Studies minor.

Spring 2014 - ARCTIC 400 Integrated Science and Policy in the Arctic, taught by Vincent Gallucci, Chair/Director, Canadian Studies Center, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies; Director, Center for Quantitative Sciences, College of the Environment; Professor, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences; Adjunct Professor, Russia, East European and Central Asian Studies and the School for Environmental and Marine Affairs, and Don Hellmann, Professor, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies.

Spring 2014 - SMEA 514 Marine Pollution Management – Special Themed: Oil in the Arctic: Decision Making Under Conflict and Uncertainty: Exploring the Environmental and Human Dimensions of Risk from Oil in a Changing Arctic, taught by Tom Leschine, Director and Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, and Robert Pavia, Affiliate Associate Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs; Lecturer Program on the Environment.

Spring 2014 - OCEAN 482 The Changing Arctic Ocean, taught by Jody Deming, Walters Endowed Professor, Biological Oceanography, and Rebecca Woodgate, Associate Professor, Oceanography.

Winter 2014 - ARCTIC 498 The Future of Ice: Lessons About the Changing Arctic Through Art, Science, Politics, and Activism, taught by Nadine Fabbi, Associate Director, Canadian Studies Center, and Eric Steig, Professor, Earth and Space Sciences, Quarternary Research Center, Chair, Future of Ice 

Fall 2013 - JSIS 582 The Arctic as an Emerging Global Region, taught by  B. Fitzhugh, Anthropology; V. Gallucci, Aquatic and Fishery Sciences & Canadian Studies; J. Deming, Oceanography; C. Ingebritsen, Scandinavian Studies & European Studies. 

Fall 2013 - JSIS 482A/582B Arctic Insecurities, Tony Penikett, 2013-14 U.W. Canada Fulbright Visiting Chair in Arctic Studies.

Spring 2013 - JSIS 482A/AIS 475 Business in the Arctic - Working with Law and Policy in Resource Development, taught by Sari Graben, 2012-13 Canada-U.S. Fulbright Chair.

Spring 2013 - JSIS 482A/582B Indigenous Land Claim Treaties in North America & the Arctic, taught by Tony Penikett, 2012-13 Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies Visiting Scholar.

Winter 2013 - JSIS 495G Task Force on Arctic Policy, co-taught by Joël Plouffe, 2012-13 Visiting Québec Professor, and Nadine Fabbi, Associate Director, Canadian Studies Center.

Spring 2012 - SIS 495/CCM11 Inuit & Qallunaat Concepts of Arctic Marine Space in Maritime Transport Policies, taught by Nadine Fabbi, Associate Director, Canadian Studies Center.

Winter 2011 - SIS 495A Transnational Task Force on Arctic Governance, co-taught by Vincent Gallucci, Chair/Director, Canadian Studies Center, Professor, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences; and, Nadine Fabbi, Associate Director, Canadian Studies Center.

Winter 2009 - SIS 495 Task Force on Arctic Sovereignty, co-taught by Vincent Gallucci, Chair/Director, Canadian Studies Center, Professor, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences; and, Nadine Fabbi, Associate Director, Canadian Studies Center.
 

Arctic & International Relations
Box 353650
Thomson Hall, Room 503
Seattle, WA 98195-3650
T (206) 221-6374
F (206) 685-0668
Vincent Gallucci, Chair vgallucc@uw.edu
Nadine Fabbi, Associate Director nfabbi@uw.edu
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