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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 (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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