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The journal is free and contains easy-to-read articles on some of our current research and development projects within four main areas: Culture, Society, School and Health.
Welcome to Ilisimatusarfik’s profile magazine Shaping the Arctic.
If people vote for the short film and it stays in the top 20 for another 10 weeks, it could be nominated for the Ekko Shortfilm Awards, which celebrate the best Danish short films in November
Friday 25 June 2021 was a great day at Ilisimatusarfik, where 39 bachelors and 10 masters graduated
In order for Ilisimatusarfik to do its part to minimize the Covid-19 risk in Greenland - Ilisimatusarfik's management has decided that the following applies as of today
It is well-known that the Greenlandic population mainly has Inuit ancestry, and that many Greenlanders also have some European ancestry. A new genetic study, just published in the journal Current Biology and led by researchers from Denmark and Greenland, investigated the sources and timing of the European ancestry present in Greenlanders today
On Friday 07 May 2021, Bonnie Jensen defended her PhD titled: "Barndomshjem eller børnehjem? - Et kvalitativt studie af 38 børns oplevelser af at blive og være anbragt på døgninstitution i Grønland" ("Childhood home or orphanage? - A qualitative study of 38 children's experiences of staying and being placed in a 24-hour care centre in Greenland")
This June, we present yet another research video - and here you can see and hear Bonnie Jensen talk about her PhD project: "Childhood home or orphanage? - A qualitative study of 38 children's experiences of being placed in a 24-hour care centre in Greenland" (in Danish)
Ilisimatusarfik is proud to announce that more external research funding has been obtained in 2020 than ever before
Anders Øgaard from the Institute of Learning has made a study of English as distance learning in schools
Ilisimatusarfik has signed a cooperation agreement with Persorsaanermik Ilinniarfik, Fróðskaparsetur Føroya, VIA University College and UC SYD about Danish Realm research
Arctic crime is an interdisciplinary research group on crime in the Arctic - with a special focus on crime in Greenland and the portrayal of crime in media and fiction
On Thursday 27 May 2021, Ilisimatusarfik held a reception for the latest edition of our publication "Grønlandsk Kultur- & Samfundsforskning 2020-21" ("Greenlandic Cultural & Social Research 2020-21")
On the occasion of Søren Voxted's appointment as professor at Ilisimatusarfik, Søren gave his inaugural lecture on Wednesday 26 May 2021
On our website, we have a great feature for our users: you can search among our researchers' publications