MASU researcher speaks on borderology at the Arctic Frontiers 2022
Aleksandr Sautkin, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Social Studies Department, and Yulia Shestova, Head of International Cooperation Office, participated remotely in Arctic Frontiers 2022, an international scientific conference.
Arctic Frontiers — is a non-profit independent limited liability company based in Tromsø, Norway. The company started out in 2006 assembling the first global scientific conference on economic, societal and environmental sustainable growth in the north. The 16th conference was held on May 8th-9th. Arctic Frontiers provides a forum for dialogue and communication between science, government, and industry in the Arctic.
Aleksandr Sautkin spoke about project 'Borderology' as an experiment to create new ways of interaction between science and politics. The project is a part of research No. 20−511−23 002 'Migration of Ideas and Formation of National Philosophical Traditions: Dialogues Across Borders'. During his report, Aleksandr analysed the existing experience of cross-border cooperation between Murmansk Arctic State University and Nord University (Bodø, Norway). The project is supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research and Foundation for Russian Language and Culture in Hungary.