Chater, Andrew. “Change and Continuity Among the Priorities of the Arctic Council
Permanent Participants.” In Leadership for the North, edited by Douglas Nord, 149-166. New York: Spring Nature, 2019.
Chater, Andrew. “An Examination of the Framing of Climate Change by the Government
of Canada, 2006-2016.” Canadian Journal of Communication 43, no. 4 (2018): 583-600.
Chater, Andrew. “An Explanation for the Growing Institutional Capacity of the Arctic
Council.” Northern Review, no. 48 (2018): 51-80.
Chater, Andrew. “Understanding Canada’s Role in the Evolution of the Arctic Council.”
In One Arctic: The Arctic Council and Circumpolar Governance, edited by P. Whitney Lackenbauer, Heather Nicol and Wilfrid Greaves, 78-100. Ottawa,
Ontario: Canadian Arctic Resources Committee and Waterloo, Ontario: Centre on Foreign
Policy and Federalism, 2017.
Chater, Andrew. “Explaining Russia’s Relationship with the Arctic Council.” International Organisation Research Journal 11, no. 4 (2016): 41-54.
Chater, Andrew. “Beyond the ‘Golly Gee’ Stage: The Inspiration of Academics Who Study
Arctic Sovereignty.” International Journal 67, no. 3 (2012): 799-816.
2022 Arctic Circle Assembly (Reykjavik, Iceland): "Greenland in International Arctic
2019 Biennial Conference of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States
(Montreal, Quebec): “Interrogating the Varying Arctic Policies of Canada and Russia.”
2019 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting (Washington, DC): “Investigating
The Influence of Indigenous Peoples in Arctic Governance.”
2017 International Studies Association Annual Conference (Baltimore, Maryland): “The
Use and Abuse of Indigenous Traditional Knowledge in the Arctic Council.”
Areas of Teaching
Canadian foreign policy
Politics and communication
Awards and Recognition
2019 Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Arctic Studies, University of Washington
2014-2015 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Graduate Scholarship
2011-2012 Ontario Graduate Scholarship
Other Relevant Information
Current Fellow in Arctic Governance and International Decision Making, Polar Research
and Policy Initiative