Corine Wood-Donnelly is the 2019 SYLFF Research Fellow at Uppsala University and is based at the Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies. An interdisciplinary researcher in International Relations and political geography, she specialises in governance and policy of the Arctic region. She is currently researching on environmental governance in the Arctic maritime.
Corine Wood Donnelly was previously a postdoctoral researcher, first at the Scott Polar Research Institute in the Geography Department at the University of Cambridge and then at Uppsala University. She is currently a research associate with the Scott Polar Research Institute at the Univeristy of Cambridge and she coordinates the Arctic Justice Project at the Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Uppsala University.
Corine Wood-Donnelly was awarded a PhD in international relations, history and international law. Her research interests include issues of territory and sovereignty, maritime governance, Arctic resource development and justice. She is the author of the book Performing Arctic Sovereignty: Policy and Visual Narratives (Routledge, 2018).
Wood-Donnelly is the PI/Coordinator for the following funded projects:
- JUSTNORTH (EU Grant Agreement 869327) 2020-2023
- Justice, Sustainability and Arctic Futures Network 2020-2022
- Pivot to Asia: Geopolitics & Sustainability in the Development of Kazakhstan’s Arctic Logistics Hub 2020-2022
2019, Wood-Donnelly, C. with Ozawa, M., Lin, K-C., Humphrey, C., Reilly, T., Chong, C. ‘"The Power of Siberia" in In Search of Good Energy Policy’, Ozawa M (ed). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781108639439
2018, ‘Performing Arctic Sovereignty: Policy & Visual Narratives’. Routledge, London. IBSN 9781138573598.
2018, ‘Boundaries of Authority’. AAG Review of Books, 6(2)/Spring
2017, ‘Messages on Arctic Policy: The Postage stamps of the United States, Canada & Russia’, Geographical Review, Vol 107 (1) pp. 236-257
2017, ‘Exploring and Mapping Alaska: The Russian American Era, 1741–1867’, Terrae Incognitae, Vol 49. No. 1. Pp. 99-101
2016, ‘From Whale to Crude Oil: Lessons from the North American Arctic’, Energy Research & Social Sciences. Vol 16, pp. 132-140
2013, ‘The Arctic Search and Rescue Agreement: Text, Framing and Logics’, The Yearbook of Polar Law. Vol. 5, pp. 299-318. V. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers