The Now Project: Living Resources and Human Societies around the North Water in the Thule Area – University of Copenhagen

The Now Project: Living Resources and Human Societies around the North Water in the Thule Area

THE NOW PROJECT: Living Resources and Human Societies around the North Water in the Thule Area, NW Greenland is an interdicsiplinary research project integrated by archaeologists, biologists and anthropologists, funded by the Velux Foundations and the Carlsberg Foundation.

Snapshots from the field 2016

Between May and August 2016, several teams of researchers from the NOW-project travelled to the North Water area in Avanersuaq (Thule) to carry out fieldwork in different sites. Read more about the fieldwork here.

Snapshots from the field 2014

Snapshots from the first NOW Fieldwork, 2014. We would like to show you a few sites and moments where the interdisciplinary encounters took place.

Snapshots from the field 2015

Between April and August 2015, 16 researchers from the NOW-project travelled to the North Water area in Thule (Avanersuaq) to carry out fieldwork in different sites. Here you'll get at sneak peak into the expedition of 2015.

Catch of Little Auks

On March 3, 2015 the NOW-Project, in joint venture with the Danish National Museum, opened a one-room exhibition entitled ”Søkongefangst” (Catch of Little Auks).