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Short film discussion session: Utuqaq

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In the Arctic, ice is both all around and constantly disappearing. “Utuqaq” by Iva Radivojević explores climate change from the perspective of this beautiful and vital element, as four researchers embark on an expedition to drill ice cores in subzero temperatures.

In this session we invite you to discuss your thoughts about this short film as a jumping off point for exploring possible areas of thought such as how ice is perceived by different people, and how researchers interact with spaces that are home to others.

Utuqaq can be watched here:

This talk is part of the Scott Polar Research Institute - Polar Humanities and Social Sciences ECR Workshop series.

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