Volume 11-12, 1994-1995
Fagertun, F.: Introduction. 3-4.
Berg, R.: A Norwegian Policy of the North before World War I? 5-18.
Nielsen, J.P.: The Old Russia and the New Norway (1905-1917); Neighbourliness without fear? 19-36.
Khorkina, S.: Russia and Norway – Conflicts and Cooperation in Arctic exploration, 1893-1905. 37-43.
Lillebø, G.O.: Norwegian seal hunting in the eastern part of the Polar Sea, 1917-1936: conflicts between Norway and the Soviet Union based on economic and territorial interests. 45-62.
Drivenes, E.A.: Adolf Hoel – polar ideologue and imperialist of the Polar Sea? 63-72.
Evjen, B.: An Arctic Society – A laboratory: Longyearbyen, Svalbard 1916-1975. 73-81.
Fagertun, F.: U-2 flights in the North: Western Strategy, Intelligence Requirements and Political risks. 83-92.
Bravo, M.T.: Hunting and the Art of Snow Machines: an Anthropological Reflection on Situated Techniques. 93-103.
Røsnes, B.A., Storm, D. & Sveum, T.: Bibliography of Acta Borealia: A Nordic Journal of Circumpolar Societies 1984-1994/1995. 105-128.
Bratrein, H.D., Hansen, L.I. & Holm-Olsen, I.M.: Letter from the editors. 129-130.
Abstracting & Indexing
The articles of Acta Borealia are recorded in the Thompson Reuters' Arts and Humanities Citation Index, the Lapponica database of Rovaniemi Public Library and the database of the Scott Polar Research Institute Library, Cambridge.
These databases are part of the NISC-DISC Arctic & Antarctic CD-ROM and the PolarPac CD-ROM from WLN.