Contesting borders in the Arctic. / Dodds, Klaus-John.

The Future of Canada's Territorial Borders and Personal Boundaries: Proceedings of the Third S.D. Clark Symposium on the Future of Canadian Society. ed. / Robert Brym. Oakville ON : Rock's Mills Press, 2018. p. 52-74 (Proceedings of the S.D. Clark Symposia on the Future of Canadian Society).

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In the Arctic, as a consequence of a variety of factors including sea ice melt, globalisation, indigenous rights, and commercial opportunities, there is growing interest in how this region is bordered and defined. If we are interested in how Arctic borders are contested then we need to consider Arctic states such as Canada and their own border work in the broader context of structural racism (Milloy 1999), racial violence and assimilation (Thobani 2007), settler colonialism (Baker 2009), entrenched inequality (Porter 1965) and Cold War geopolitics (Lackenbauer and Farish 2007).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Future of Canada's Territorial Borders and Personal Boundaries
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings of the Third S.D. Clark Symposium on the Future of Canadian Society
EditorsRobert Brym
Place of PublicationOakville ON
PublisherRock's Mills Press
Pages52-74
Number of pages22
ISBN (Print)1772441422
StatePublished - 1 Aug 2018

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NameProceedings of the S.D. Clark Symposia on the Future of Canadian Society
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