UiT-seminar:Hunting in indigenous communities

Northern people of the year
Seminar

How are traditional values transferred in different hunting cultures? UiT The Arctic University of Norway shines a spotlight on hunting activities and values in indigenous communities. This is in connection with this year’s guest people at Riddu Riđđu is an indigenous people from Taiwan. They will tell about Hunter School, which gathers youth from all of Taiwan to activities and excursions. The school is centered around traditional Paiwan activities and rituals, focusing on being in nature as hunters. We combine this with a discussion about hunting culture and values in a Sami and North Norwegian context.

Moderator: Else Grete Broderstad

Panel: Sakuni, Ayiken Jiashan, Øyvind Ravna, Karina Kolflaath

Program

1130-1135: Opening by/academic director Else Grete Broderstad, Centre for Sami Studies, UiT The Arctic University of Norway

1135-1210: Indigenous Hunting Rights and Traditions in Taiwan by/ Sakinu Ahronglong, writer and founder of the Hunter School, Paiwan, Taiwan

1210-1230: Hunting and traditional skiing in the Chinese Altai by/ Ayiken Jiashan, researcher from Xinjiang, China

1230-1250: Sami hunting traditions and Norwegian legal regulations by/ Professor Øyvind Ravna, Faculty of Law, UiT The Arctic University of Norway

1250-1310: Hunting traditions seen from the North! Adjusted activities and training, focusing on women and youth by social scientist Karina Kolflaath, small game hunter and leader in Tromsø Hunter- and Fisher Association

1310-1345: Discussion 

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