Acta Borealia (2016) Volume 33(2)

Volume 33(2)

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.

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Acta Borealia (2016) Volume 33(1)

Volume 33(1)

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.

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Acta Borealia (2015) Volume 32(2)

Volume 32(2)

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.

Book Reviews.

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Acta Borealia (2015) Volume 32(1)

Volume 32(1)

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.

Book Reviews.

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Acta Borealia (2014) Volume 31(2)

Volume 31(2)

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.

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Acta Borealia (2014) Volume 31(1)

Volume 31(1)

Barlindhaug Stine & Corbett Jon: Living a Long Way from Home: Communicating Land-related Knowledge in Dispersed Indigenous Communities, an Alternative Approach. 1-24.
Valkonen Jarno & Valkonen Sanna: Contesting the Nature Relations of Sámi Culture. 25-40.
Heith Anne: Valkeapää’s Use of Photographs in Beaivi áhčážan: Indigenous Counter-History versus Documentation in the Age of Photography. 41-58.
Landqvist Hans: “‘Ruottiksi’, translated Paul Muotka patiently. ‘Kiitos.'” Mikael Niemi, Meänkieli and Readers Inside and Outside Tornedalen. 59-82.
Salo Matti: High-Tech Centre in the Periphery: The Political, Economic and Cultural Factors behind the Emergence and Development of the Oulo ICT Phenomenon in Northern Finland. 83-107.

Obituary: 
Trond Thuen 1943-2013. 108-110.

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Acta Borealia (2013) Volume 30(2)

Volume 30(2)

Beach Hugh: Linking Essentialist and Constructivist Ethnicity. 129-153.
Berg Roald: From “Spitsbergen” to “Svalbard”. Norwegianization in Norway and in the “Norwegian Sea”, 1820–1925. 154-173.
Bjørklund Ivar: Domestication, Reindeer Husbandry and the Development of Sámi Pastoralism. 174-189.
Fonneland Trude A.: Sami Tourism and the Signposting of Spirituality. The Case of Sami Tour: a Spiritual Entrepreneur in the Contemporary Experience Economy. 190-208.
Kristiansen Roald E.: Two Northern Grimoires: The Trondenes and Vesterålen Black Books. 209-222.

Book Review: 
Sejersen Frank: The Indigenous Space and Marginalized Peoples in the United Nations. 223-226.

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Acta Borealia (2013) Volume 30(1)

Volume 30(1)

Arne Eide, Knut Heen, Claire Armstrong, Ola Flaaten & Anatoly Vasiliev: Challenges and Successes in the Management of a Shared Fish Stock – The Case of the Russian–Norwegian Barents Sea Cod Fishery. 1-20.
Paul Fryer & Ari Lehtinen: 
Iz’vatas and the diaspora space of humans and non-humans in the Russian North. 21-38.
Camilla Brattland: Proving Fishers Right. Effects of the Integration of Experience-Based Knowledge in Ecosystem-Based Management. 39-59.
Harald Beyer Broch: Monkfish Mysteries. A Narrative Analysis of Place-making and Knowledge Production among North Norwegian Fishermen. 60-74.
Bodil Hansen Blix, Torunn Hamran & Hans Ketil Normann: 
“The Old Sami” – who is he and how should he be cared for? A discourse analysis of Norwegian policy documents regarding care services for elderly Sami. 75-100.
Jukka Nyysönen: Sami Counter-Narratives of Colonial Finland. Articulation, Reception and the Boundaries of the Politically Possible. 101-121.

Book Review:
Vladislava Vladimirova: Bridging Divides. Ethnopolitical Leadership among the Russian Sami. 122-127.

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Acta Borealia (2012) Volume 29(2)

Volume 29(2)

Volume 29(2), 2012 – Special Issue: The History of Research into Aurora Borealis

Robert Marc Friedman: Introduction: The Aurora in History. 115-118.
Päivi Maria Pihlaja: Northern Laboratories of Nature and the Quest for Scientific Honour in Early Modern Sweden. 119-136.
Sven Widmalm: Auroral Research and the Character of Astronomy in Enlightenment Sweden. 137-156.
Per Pippin Aspaas & Truls Lynne Hansen: The Role of the Societas Meteorologica Palatina (1781-1792) in the History of Auroral Research. 157-176
Vidar Enebakk: Appropriating the Aurora: Christopher Hansteen and the Circumpolar Auroral Rings. 177-196.
Ulrike Spring: Between Spectacle and Science: The Aurora in Central Europe, 1870s – 1880s. 197-215.

Research Paper:
Steinar Aas: Norwegian and Soviet/Russian World War II Memory Policy during the Cold War and the Post-Soviet Years. 216-239

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Acta Borealia (2012): Volume 29(1)

Volume 29(1), 2012

Roger Jørgensen: The Social and Material Context of the Iron Age Blacksmith in North Norway. 1-34
Hugo Reinert: Knives for the Slaughter – Notes on the Reform and Governance of Indigenous Reindeer Slaughter in Norway. 35-55
Cato Christensen: Reclaiming the Past: On the History-making Significance of the Sámi Film The Kautokeino Rebellion. 56-76
Line Esborg: (Re)constructed Cultural Heritage. 77-97*
Lill Rastad Bjørst: Climate Testimonies and Climate-crisis Narratives. Inuit Delegated to Speak on Behalf of the Climate. 98-113

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