Three members of the Malaurie Institute of Arctic Research Monaco-UVSQ have joined UArctic's "CAFE" thematic network: Joanna Kodzik, Alexandre Delangle and Jan Borm. 

Joanna Kodzik, Alexandre Delangle and Jan Borm have joined UArctic's Thematic Network on Circumpolar Archives, Folklore and Ethnography (CAFE) which is hosted by the University of Aberdeen and led by David Anderson.

The network focuses on how archival collections, ethnographic fieldwork, and the study of folklore enrich the representation of and communication across the circumpolar region and its people and on how the digitalization is improving access to the collections and making it possible to share collections with host communities.

It is centered around the existing folklore, photographic, and ethnographic collections held by its founding members and will seek to involve community organizations, indigenous research institutes, local artists and media producers, and new academic partners to create a forum for discussing the role of these archives in cultural revival as well as collaborating to create innovative ways for archival materials to reach wider audiences.

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