University of Alberta Press

Book details

Publication date: January 2009
Features: 1 map, 6 tables, 7 B&W photographs, references, appendices
Series: Occasional Publications Series
Keywords: Gender;Culture;Fishing
Subject(s): SOCIAL SCIENCE / Gender Studies, Gender;Culture;Fishing, Gender Studies, Natural Resources, Arctic
Publisher(s): The University of Alberta Press

Joanna Kafarowski. Joanna Kafarowski holds a Bachelor's degree in English from Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, a Master's degree in Geography from the University of Victoria, British Columbia and a Ph.D. in the Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Program at the University of Northern British Columbia. Her doctoral thesis focused on the intersections between gender, decision-making, and contaminants in Nunavik, Canada. Current research interests include human dimensions of environmental change; Indigenous peoples with a focus on gender; natural resource management; environmental and social justice; human security and protected areas. Much of her work was conducted in the circumpolar North.

ISBNs: 9781896445465 978-1-896445-46-5 Title: gender culture and northern fisheries ISBNs: 9781772121780 978-1-77212-178-0 Title: gender culture and northern fisheries