Call for Contributions: Northern Notes, Issue 39 Spring/Summer 2013

April 19, 2013

Call for Contributions: Northern Notes, Issue 39 Spring/Summer 2013.


Tuesday, 09 April 2013 21:52

Northern Notes is the newsletter of the International Arctic Social  Sciences Association, IASSA. It is published on the web by the IASSA Secretariat twice a year with a Spring/Summer and a Fall/Winter issue,  and is available to all web users. To view previous issues, please click here.

IASSA invites contributions for the next issue of the Northern Notes newsletter. Contributions are invited from both members and non-members  of the Association on issues of interest to Arctic social scientists.  Contributions should be submitted by May 15, 2013 to IASSA secretary,  Cher Mazo: or to IASSA President, Gail Fondahl:

Contributions to Northern Notes may include special features on  issues and topics of interest to Arctic social scientists, information  and announcements, announcements of meetings, workshops or conferences,  news about upcoming activities, information about new publications, and  announcements of new websites and links of interest. The following are the standard categories of the Northern Notes newsletter:


Contributions on issues and research activities of interest to the  Arctic social science community, including new research, current and  upcoming research activities and events, etc.


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