In September, PhD Candidate Anatolijs Venovcevs from the Unruly Heritage research group, went on stage to compete for a place in the national final for research dissemination called Researcher Grand Prix. In the regional final recorded at Driv in Tromsø, he met nine other talented PhD candidates from UiT The Arctic University of Norway. Though he did not make it all the way to the national finals, his thought-provoking research presentation called Mining Our Own Business: Arctic Industrial Towns as Future Archaeology is well worth a look. In his talk about the heritage of waste and the environmental legacies of mining in the Arctic, and it is available through NRK here (starting at 34 mins).

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