Acta Borealia (2009): Volume 26(2)

Volume 26(2), 2009
Birgitta Berglund: Fugela Federum in Archaeological Perspective – Eider Down as a Trade Commodity in Prehistoric Northern Europe. 110-135
Teija Alenius, Mika Lavento & Matti Saarnisto: Pollen-Analytical Results from Lake Katajajävri – Aspects of the History of Settlement in the Finnish Inland Regions. 136-155
Karl-Dag Vorren: Farm Development in the Malangen Area, Northern Norway – A Pollen-Analytical Case Study. 156-174
Bjørg Evjen: Research on and by “the Other”. Focusing on the Researcher’s Encounter with the Lule Sami in a Historically Changing Context. 175-193
Inga Maria Mulk: Conflicts Over the Repatriation of Sami Cultural Heritage in Sweden. 194-215

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Acta Borealia (2005): Volume 22(2)

Volume 22(2), 2005
Ingebjørg Hage: Reconstruction of North Norway after the Second World War – New Opportunities for Female Architects? 99-127

Birgitta Berglund: Recently Discovered Gievrie (South-Saami Shaman Drums) – Contexts, Meanings and Narratives. 128-152
Veli-Pekka Leothala: Research and Activism in Sàmi Politics: The Ideas and Achievements of Karl Nikul towards Securing Governance for the Sàmi. 153-169
Yulian Konstantinov: From ‘Traditional’ to Collectivized Reindeer Herding on the Kola Peninsula: Continuity or Disruption? 170-188

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