Online Event: “Sovereignty on Thinning Ice”? Characterizing Arctic Sovereignty and Security – Past, Present and Future

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You are invited to the Laurier Archives and Special Collections’ annual Spring Lecture!

“Sovereignty on Thinning Ice”?
Characterizing Arctic Sovereignty and Security – Past, Present and Future
Dr. P. Whitney Lackenbauer

1:30pm (ET)
June 2, 2022

Dr. P. Whitney Lackenbauer is one of Canada’s leading experts on Arctic security, history and contemporary policy. He is Canada Research Chair in the Study of the Canadian North and a Professor in the School for the Study of Canada at Trent University. He is also the network lead for the North American and Arctic Defence and Security Network and previously served as Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel of 1st Canadian Ranger Patrol Group.

In this fascinating lecture, Dr. Lackenbauer will discuss his research and his involvement with the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee, whose records are held by the Laurier Archives and Special Collections.

Registration is required for this online event.


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Canadian Arctic Resources Committee fonds
File 52.2

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