Research Fellow, University of Aberdeen
Dr. Peter Loovers is a Dutch anthropologist and IFSNu’s Research Fellow at the University of Aberdeen. Peter has worked with and has been taught by Gwich’in since 2005, and is excited to work now in Inuit Nunangat. His interested in Arctic, colonialism and decolonialisation, climate change, documentary making, education, filmmaking, food (in)security and sovereignty, health, imperialism, collaborative research with Indigenous Peoples, museums, philosophy. Amongst other works, je Project Curator for the Arctic: culture and climate exhibition at The British Museum . His most recent publications include the monograph Reading Life with Gwich’in (Routledge, 2020) and the co-edited books Arctic: culture and climate (Thames&Hudson/The British Museum, 2020) and Dogs in the North (Routledge, 2018).