Arctic Silk Road

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"Arctic Silk Road: Imagining Global Infrastructures and Community Boundaries in Sápmi and the Russian North," is a project funded by the Research Council of Norway. It follows the imagination of global infrastructures across time and space. We focus on experiences of planning, anticipating, and contesting constructions along the Arctic Silk Road from China across the Circumpolar North—in Sápmi, along the northern Russian coast, and other connected sites. Furthermore, we examine comparative cases of large-scale infrastructural networks historical and emerging. 

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"Árktalaš Silkegeaidnu: Globála infrastruktuvrraid ja servošiid rájáid govahallamin Sámis ja Davvi-Ruoššas," lea prošeakta, man lea ruhtadan Norgga dutkanráđđi (Forskningsrådet). Prošeakta čuovvu miellagovaid globála infrastruktuvrraid birra áiggi ja báikkiid čađa. Mii čalmmustahttit plánema, ráhkkaneami ja gilvaleaddji vásáhusaid miehtá Árktalaš Silkegeainnu Kiinnás sirkumpolára davviosiid čađa, earenomážit Sámis ja Ruošša davviriddoguovlluin, muhto maiddái eará dán johtolatplánii laktojuvvon guovlluin. Dasa lassin mii dutkat sullasaš viiddes infrastruktuvrralaš fierpmádagaid historjjás ja dán áiggis.