Remember, on our website you can also always listen to the podcast series “Valuable Knowledge“, where some of our graduates talk about their theses (in Greenlandic).
Here you can listen to:
- Aviaq Reimer Olsen: Aviaq’s thesis is about the fact that when students start high school in Nuuk, they often encounter two different cultures, which can create problems and misunderstandings between students and teachers – and in her study she had to go back to G50.
- Ane-Mette Broberg Damgaard: Ane-Mette’s thesis is about theatre in Greenland – but along the way she faced challenges due to the lack of articles and discussions about theatre in the media.
- Camilla Kleemann-Andersen: In her thesis, Camilla analyzed the Greenlandic language, and the many emotions involved – and as she mentions: if we don’t talk about the emotions that arise around the language debate, and if we don’t talk about the background of those emotions, we won’t get over them.
- Heidi Rosing: In her thesis, Heidi analyzed young people’s social opinions after watching the documentary “Mumisitsinerup nipaa” about the music band Sumé in the 1970s.
- Marianne Jensen: In her thesis, Marianne examined decision-making processes in construction companies from 1950-60 and asked the question ‘postcolonial victim or self-inflicted problems?’.
- Angutinnguaq Olsen: In his thesis, Angutinnguaq studied reindeer hunting in the past and present – and he is the first to have studied Nassuttoq from Greenland.
- Ulunnguaq Markussen: In her thesis, Ulunnguaq examined why the majority wants independence in Greenland.
- Host: Nivi Pedersen
- Producer, editor & concept: Mudi Kramer Berthelsen
- Sound & music: Fabrizio Barzanti
- Partner from Ilisimatusarfik: Per Arnfjord
The podcast series “Valuable Knowledge” is sponsored by:
- Naalakkersuisut’s Cultural Funds
- Sermeq fund
- Tips & Lotto funds