The Ice as Argument

Topographical Mementos in the High Arctic

in The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology
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  • 1 University of Copenhagen
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This article explores the predominance of ice and the role of topographical mementos in the High Arctic environment. The ice is its own argument in complex ways: it is an actor in the human/non-human network, as well as in the hunter-scientist relationship. Whatever climate history one wants to tell, it begins and ends with the ice.


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