Junka-Aikio Laura: “Institutionalization, neo-politicization and the politics of defining Sámi research” 1-22.
Svestad Asgeir: “Caring for the dead? An alternative perspective on Sámi reburial” 23-52.
Vakhtin Nikolai:”Sovetskaya Arktika journal as a source for the history of the Northern Sea Route” 53-74.
Leu Traian C.:”Tourism as a livelihood diversification strategy among Sámi indigenous people in northern Sweden” 75-92.
Andersen Oddmund: “The settlement mounds in Divtasvuona/Tysfjord, North Norway. Traces of a Sámi fisher-farmer economy” 93-116.
Posted in Andersen Oddmund, Junka-Aikio Laura, Leu Traian C, Svestad Asgeir, Vakhtin Nikolai, Volume 36 - 2019
Tagged Divtasvuona, Neo-politicization, Reburial. Sámi research, Sámi fisher-farmer, Sámi reburial, Settlement, Tourism, Tysfjord
Bergman Ingela & Ramqvist Per H: Hunters of forests and waters: Late Iron Age and Medieval subsistence and social processes in coastal northern Sweden. 1-28.
Schilar Hannelene & Keskitalo E. Carina: Ethnic boundaries and boundary-making in handicrafts: examples from northern Norway, Sweden and Finland. 29-48.
Berg-Nordlie Mikkel: The governance of urban indigenous spaces: Norwegian Sami examples. 49-72.
Bleie Tone: Historic settlement and pastoralism in Arctic and Tibetian Plateau: towards a comparison. 73-93.
Posted in Berg-Nordlie Mikkel, Bergman Ingela, Bleie Tone, Keskitalo E.Carina, Ramqvist Per H., Schilar Hannelene, Volume 35 - 2018
Tagged Coastal Northern Sweden, Governance, Hunters, Late Iron Age, Northern Finland, Northern Norway, Northern Sweden, Pastoralism, Tibet
Nordin Jonas M. & Ojala Carl-Gösta: Copper worlds: a historical archaeology of Abraham and Jakob Momma-Reenstierna and their industrial enterprise in the Torne River Valley, c. 1650–1680. 103-133.
Bergman Ingela & Ramqvist Per H.: Farmer-fishermen: interior lake fishing and inter-cultural and intra-cultural relations among coastal and interior Sámi communities in northern Sweden AD 1200–1600. 134-158.
Mankova Petia: Heterogeneity and spontaneity: reindeer races, bureaucratic designs and indigenous transformations at the Festival of the North in Murmansk. 159-177.
Amundsen Hilde Rigmor: Changing histories and ethnicities in a Sámi and Norse borderland. 178-197.
Posted in Amundsen Hilde Rigmor, Bergman Ingela, Mankova Petia, Nordin Jonas M., Ojala Carl-Gösta, Ramqvist Per H., Volume 34 - 2017
Tagged Ethnicity, Farmer-fishermen, Festival of the North, Murmansk, Reindeer, Sámi, Sweden, Torne River Valley
Johnsen Kathrine I. & Benjaminsen Tor A. : The art of governing and everyday resistance: “rationalization” of Sámi reindeer husbandry in Norway since the 1970s. 1-25.
Lundesgaard Jon & Tevlina Victoria V. : Russian timber industry in the 1920s: on the short history of Russnorvegoles. 26-49.
Dadykina Margarita, Kraikovski Alexei & Lajus Julia: Mastering the Arctic marine environment: organizational practices of Pomor hunting expeditions to Svalbard (Spitsbergen) in the eighteenth century. 50-69.
Andreassen Bengt-Ove: A review of theories on the Laestadian rørelse: on the academic construction of something extraordinary and exotic. 70-89.
Sääskilahti Nina: Reframing belonging: affective localism and the early fiction of Reino Rinne. 90-101.
Posted in Andreassen Bengt-Ove, Dadykina Margarita, Johnsen Kathrine I., Kraikovski Alexei, Lajus Julia, Lundesgaard Jon, Sääskilahti Nina, Tevlina Victoria V., Tor A., Volume 34 - 2017
Tagged Arctic, Laestadianism, Marine Environment, Norway, Pomor, Reindeer husbandry, Reino Rinne, Russia, Russnorvegoles, Spitsbergen, Svalbard, Timber Industry
Ryall Anka: Introduction. 119-122.
Aarekol Lena: Arctic trophy hunters, tourism and masculinities, 1827-1914. 123-139.
Stadius Peter: Petsamo: bringing modernity to Finland’s Arctic Ocean shore 1920-1939. 140-165.
Høvik Ingeborg: Reproducing the indigenous: John Møller’s studio portraits of Greenlanders in context. 166-188.
Eglinger Hanna: Nomadic, ecstatic, magic: Arctic primitivism in Scandinavia around 1900. 189-214.
Posted in Aarekol Lena, Eglinger Hanna, Høvik Ingeborg, Ryall Anka, Stadius Peter, Volume 33 - 2016
Tagged Arctic, Finland, Greenland, Indigenous, John Møller, Masculinity, Modernity, Nomadic, Petsamo, Primitivism, Scandinavia, Tourism, Trophy hunters
Hood Bryan C. and Melsæther Stine Grøvdal: Shellfish exploitation in Stone Age Arctic Norway: procurement patterns and household activities. 1-29.
Hakamäki Ville: Late Iron Age transculturalism in northern “periphery”: understanding the long-term prehistoric occupational area of Viinivaara E, Finland. 30-51.
Bergman Ingela and Edlund Lars-Erik: Bikarlar and Sámi – inter-cultural contacts beyond state control: reconsidering the standing of external tradesmen (birkarlar) in medieval Sámi societies. 52-80.
Oslund Karen: Greenland in the center: what happend when the Danish-Norwegian officials met English and Dutch whalers in Disko Bay, 1780-1820. 81-99.
Konstantinov Yulian and Ryzhkova Inna: Pre-emptive mobilities: Russian real estate abroad (the case of owners from Murmansk Region). 100-117.
Posted in Bergman Ingela, Edlund Lars-Erik, Hakamäki Ville, Hood B.C., Konstantinov Yulian, Melsæther Stine G., Oslund Karen, Ryzhkova Inna, Volume 33 - 2016
Tagged Arctic, Birkarlar, Disko Bay, Finland, Greenland, Iron Age, Mobility, Murmansk, Norway, Russia, Sámi, Shellfish, Stone Age, Whale
Bergesen Rognald Heiseldal: Dutch Images of Indigenous Sámi Religion. Jan Luykens Illustrations of Lapland. 103-124.
Lehtola Veli-Pekka: Second World War as a trigger for transcultural changes among Sámi people in Finland. 125 – 147.
Maureira Teresa Miranda and Stenbacka Susanne: Indigenous Tourism and Processes of Resilience – About Communicative Strategies among Tourism Workers in Quebec . 148 – 170.
Vakhtin Nikolai: Indigenous minorities of Siberian and Russian Sociolinguistics of the 1920s: A life apart? 171 – 189.
Hersoug Bjørn, Finstad Bjørn-Petter and Christensen Pål: A system of Norwegian fish sales unions – An anachronism or successful adaptation to modern fisheries? 190 – 204.
Posted in Volume 32 - 2015
Tagged Canada, Finland, Fisheries, Indigenous, Lapland, Norway, Religion, Resilience, Russia, Sámi, Siberia, Tourism
Nordvik Torgeir: Between Critism and Loyalty. The Laestadian Lyngen Group’s Relation to the Church of Norway. 1-19.
Lund Julie: Living Places and Animated Objects? Sámi Sacrificial Places with Metal Objects and their South Scandinavian Parallels. 20-39.
Berg-Nordlie Mikkel: Two Centuries of Russian Sámi Policy: Arrangements for Autonomy and Participation Seen in Light of Imperial, Soviet and Federal Indigenous Minority Policy 1822–2014. 40-67.
Leete Art & Lipin Vladimir: The Concept of Truth in the Komi Hunting Stories. 68-84.
Sollid Hilde: Hierarchical Dialect Encounters in Norway. 111-130.
Nyseth Toril & Pedersen Paul: Urban Sámi Identities in Scandinavia: Hybridities, Ambivalences and Cultural Innovation. 131-151.
Maruyama Hiroshi: Japan’s Policies Towards the Ainu Language and Culture with Special Reference to North Fennoscandian Sami Policies. 152-175.
Kylli Ritva Maria: Bread and Power in the “Land of No Bread” – Low Carbohydrate Sámi diet in Transition. 176-197.
Posted in Kylli Ritva Maria, Maruyama Hiroshi, Nyseth Toril, Pedersen Paul, Sollid Hilde, Volume 31 - 2014
Tagged Ainu, Dialect, Fennoscandia, Japan, Norway, Sami diet, Scandinavia, Urbanization