Kirstine E. Møller is a PhD fellow at the Greenland National Museum and Archives with joint enrollment at Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador and Ilisimatusarfik – the University of Greenland. She is an Indigenous Arctic archaeologist whose research interests include identity narratives, entangled histories, cultural encounters and colonialism in the Arctic, and decolonisation practices as well as rehumanisation. Her PhD project “Colonial Encounters” (2019-2023) is funded by the Greenlandic Research Council (NIS) and includes a multi-season archaeological field school in Nuuk, Greenland. She is a board member of the International Committee of Museums (ICOM) Danish charter.
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