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
Volume 23(2), 2006
Tuija Hautala-Hirvioja: The Image of the Sàmi in Finnish Visual Arts before the Second World War. 97-115
Daniel Lindmark: Pietism and Colonialism. Swedish Schooling in Eigthteenth-century Sàpmi. 116-129
Roald Berg: Gender in Polar Air: Roald Amundsen and his Aeronautics. 130-144
Teija Alenius & Ville Laakso: Palaeoecology and Archaeology in the Village of Uukuniemi, Eastern Finland. 145-165
Volume 17(1), 2000
Wallerström, Thomas: The Saami between East and West in the Middle Ages: An archaeological contribution to the history of reindeer breeding. 3-40
Thór, Jon Th.: The quest for cod: Some causes of fishing conflicts in the North Atlantic. 41-50
Huggert, Anders: A church at Lycksele and a sacrificial site on Altaberget – the two worlds of the Saami. 51-76
Yamada, Takado: The revival of rituals among the Sakha-Yakut and the Hokkaido Ainu. 77-116
Posted in Huggert Anders, Thór Jon Th., Volume 17 - 2000, Wallerström Thomas, Yamada Takako
Tagged Altaberget, Fishing, Hokkaido Ainu, Middle Age, Norway, Reindeer pastoralism, Religion, Sahka-Yakut, Sweden
Volume 15(1), 1998
The Editors: Introduction. 3-4
Minde, Henry: Constructing ‘Laestadianism’: A case for Saami survival? 5-26
Aas, Steinar: North Norway – The frontier of the North? 27-42
Anttonen, Marjut: The dilemma of some present-day Norwegians with Finnish-speaking ancestry. 43-58
Morantz, Toby: The Past and the Future of Ethnohistory. 59-77
Volume 13(2), 1996
The Editors.: Introduction. 2.11
Anderzén, S.: “The Ways of the Textword” in Church Tradition: Christian Mission Schooling among the Saami in Torne and Kemi Laplands in the 1700s. 3-22.
Simonsen, P.: The Stone Ages of the Tjong Peninsula. 23-52.
Konstantinov, Y.: Field Research of Reindeer-Herding in the Kola Peninsula: Problems and Challenges. 53-68.
Berg, B.A.: Government Intervention into Sámi Reindeer Management in Norway: Has it prevented or provoked “Tragedies of the Commons”? 69-89.
Antilla, S. and E. Torp.: Environment, Adjustment and Private Economic Strategies in Reindeer Pastoralism: Combining Game Theory with Participatory Action Theory. 91-108.
Elgvin, D.T.: Reindeer pastoralism in Southern Norway: A model for Northern Norway? 109-124.
Kuropjatnik, M.: Sergej Sergel and his visit to Finnmark, Norway. 125-134.
Posted in Anderzén Sölve, Anttila Sven, Berg Bård A., Elgvin Dag, Konstantinov Yulian, Kuropjatnik Marina, Simonsen Povl, Torp Eivind, Volume 13 - 1996
Tagged Finnmark, Reindeer pastoralism, Religion, Sergej Sergel, Stone Age