UArctic Thematic Network on Arctic Law (TNAL) Sub-Group on Arctic Archives


The objectives of the sub-group, under the long-established Thematic Network on Arctic Law (TNAL), is to create a forum to share research ideas, opportunities for collaboration and fellowship on the topic of Arctic Archives. It is open to anyone interested in the topic irrespective of formal education or practical experience. It is not necessary to have an academic or professional affiliation.

Basic Standards of Mutual Respect

  • The sub-group should at all times be a safe space. Discrimination, harassment and/or abuse by members in the carrying out of the sub-group’s activities will not be tolerated.
  • Members are encouraged to express their views whilst maintaining respect for others whose views may differ.
  • Members should take into consideration that they may be addressing topics that cause personal distress to others and should exercise discretion accordingly.
  • Members take responsibility for their words and actions.
  • The sub-group is non-hierarchical. All members’ views are equally welcome.

Membership of the Sub-Group on Arctic Archives

If you are not yet a member or would like to invite colleagues to the network please ask them to send the following information to Rachael at:

  • Name
  • Email
  • Main Position
  • Main Affiliation
  • Already a member of the TNAL? Yes/No

By joining the sub-group, you are automatically included in the main Thematic Network on Arctic Law and will also receive periodic updates by email from them.

By completing this information, you consent to receive emails with news of opportunities, events and publications by other members in the sub-group. The mailing list is managed by Rachael Lorna Johnstone at the University of Akureyri. You may withdraw from the list by emailing at any time. There are no other rights or obligations attached to membership.


Other Information

UArctic Thematic Network on Arctic Law (TNAL) Sub-Group Arctic Archives Newsletters: