Arctic Sovereignty Instructors

Vincent Gallucci is a professor in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences; adjunct in the Jackson School and the School for Marine Affairs and is director of the Center for Quantitative Sciences in Forestry, Fisheries and Wildlife. His research focus is the management of fishery resources in developing countries and upon coldwater fisheries in the Bering/Arctic seas. He has experience in Russia and published in the Russian Fisheries Science literature. He will help develop the scientific / political aspects of the Russian Federation's perspective in the Arctic debate. He has taught with a colleague a course on marine policy for over ten years For more information: http://www.fish.washington.edu/people/gallucci/.

Nadine Fabbi is the Associate Director of the Canadian Studies Center in the Jackson School of International Studies. Her research focuses on Canada’s Arctic in particular the history of contact between Inuit and explorers / outsiders and recent Inuit sovereignty efforts. Over the past two summers Nadine taught the course Aboriginal Peoples of the North for International Summer Programs, University of Alberta. For a listing of publications and academic activities see: http://staff.washington.edu/nfabbi/.