Researcher at Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Faculty
- Visiting address:
- Gamla Torget 3, 3 tr
- Postal address:
- Box 514
751 20 UPPSALA
Corine has regional expertise in the Arctic, researching in international relations and geography.
Dr Wood-Donnelly is the PI/Coordinator for the following funded projects:
- JUSTNORTH (EU Grant Agreement 869327) 2020-2023
- Justice, Sustainability and Arctic Futures Network 2020-2022
- Pivot to Asia: Geopolitics & Sustainability in the Development of Kazakhstan’s Arctic Logistics Hub 2020-2022
She is the author of Performing Arctic Sovereignty: Policy and Visual Narratives (Routledge, 2018)
Keywords: governance environmental issues territorial disputes arctic justice sovereignty
Corine Wood-Donnelly is a researcher based at the Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies. An interdisciplinary researcher in International Relations and political geography, she specialises in governance and policy of the Arctic region.
Corine is also an Associate Professor in International Relations and the High North at Nord University in the faculty of Social Sciences. She is an affiliated researcher at The Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI). She was previously a postdoctoral researcher, first at the Scott Polar Research Institute in the Geography Department at the University of Cambridge and then at Uppsala University where she later became the 2019 Sasakawa Research Fellow.
Corine coordinates the Arctic Justice Project at the Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Uppsala University where she is the Scientific Coordinator for JUSTNORTH, the Justice, Sustainability and Arctic Futures Network, and the Pivot to Eurasia project.
Corine Wood-Donnelly was awarded a PhD in international relations, history and international law. Her research interests include issues of territory and sovereignty, maritime governance, Arctic resource development and justice. She is the author of the book Performing Arctic Sovereignty: Policy and Visual Narratives (Routledge, 2018).
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