Latest Open Access Issue of Sibirica: Interdisciplinary Journal of Siberian Studies

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The latest Open Access issue of Sibirica: Interdisciplinary Journal of Siberian Studies has published! Please visit the Berghahn website for more information about the journal.  

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Sibirica Volume 22, Issue 1 

Table of Contents 

The Spectrum of Intersectionality in the Arctic: From Discrimination to Diversity and Inclusion 
Jenanne Ferguson, Dina Abdel-Fattah, Doris Friedrich, Olivia Lee, and Sardana Nikolaeva 

Climate Justice and Intersectionality in the Arctic 
Doris Friedrich 

Removing Barriers to Science and the Outdoors for Teenage Youth and Early Career Professionals in the US Arctic and Beyond: An Expedition-Based Model 
Joanna Young, Sarah Clement, and Erin Pettit 

To “Lure On the Gentle Reader”: Approaching Historical Representations of Gender and Sexuality in the Arctic through Rockwell Kent's Salamina 
Susan B. Vanek and Jette Rygaard 

Examining Gender Equality in Greenland in the Last Thirty Years: An Investigation through the Lens of the CEDAW Convention's Examinations 
Siff Lund Kjærgaard 

The Impact of Extractivism on Indigenous Peoples: Social, Gender, and Economic Inequality 
Maria A. Pavlova and Nyurgun A. Leontiev 

Plurality of Activisms: Indigenous Women's Collectives in Olenek District (Sakha Republic) 
The Indigenous Women's Collectives of the Olenek Evenki National District (Sakha Republic) and Sardana Nikolaeva 

Día de Muertos in Alaska: Indigenous Practices Honoring Life and Death from Mexico to Alaska 
Itzel Zagal and Christina Edwin 

Border Digs in the Circumpolar North: Tracing Embodied Sites at the Intersection of Gender, Sexuality, and Race 
Jean Balestrery 

Book Reviews 
Spencer Abbe, Tayana Arakchaa, and Sveta Yamin-Pasternak 
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