Volume 18(2), 2001
Torp, Eivind: Traditional Sami Knowledge of Predators and Swedish Environmental Policy. 3-22
Baglo, Cathrine: From Universal Homogeneity to Essential Heterogeneity: On The Visual Construction Of “The Lappish Race”. 23-40
Tuisku, Tuula: The Displacement of Nenets Women from Reindeer Herding and the Tundra in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Northwestern Russia. 41-60
Larsen, Stian Bones: Gerhard Schøning, Gothicism and the Re-evaluation of Northern Landscapes. 61-84
Paine, Robert: A Note on Ethnography & Interpretation & Imagination. 86-94
Volume 16(1), 1999
Bayliss-Smith, Tim and Mulk, Inga-Maria: Sailing boats in Padjelanta: Sámi rock engravings from the mountain in Laponia, Northern Sweden. 3-42
Hagen, Rune: The witch-hunt in early modern Finnmark. 43-62
Paine, Robert: “Reindeer theft?” Notes on how a culture is put at odds with itself. 63-82
Torp, Eivind: Reindeer-herding and the call for sustainability in the Swedish mountain region. 83-97
Tuulentie, Seija: “Culture alone will not put bread on the table.” The many facets of the debate on the preservation of Sami culture. 97-116
Kuropjatnik, Marina: Expeditions to Sámi territories. A History of the studies of the Kola Sámi in the 1920s-1930s. 117-124
Posted in Bayliss-Smith Tim, Hagen Rune, Kuropjatnik Marina, Mulk Inga-Maria, Paine Robert, Torp Eivind, Tuulentie Seija, Volume 16 - 1999
Tagged Kola Sámi, Reindeer pastoralism, Russia, Sweden, Witch-hunt
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
Volume 7(2), 1990
Sumkin, V.J.: On the Ethnogenesis of the Sami: An Archaeological View. 3-20.
Engelstad, E.: The meaning of sedentism and mobility in an archaeological and historic context. 21-35.
Jensen, L.V.: Whaler’s clothing from a 17th-18th century cemetery at Likneset, Northwest Svalbard. A discussion of the cemetery’s dating and Svalbard’s role during the pelagic whaling period. 36-55.
Godal, J.: Measurements, figures and formulas for the interpretation of Western Norwegian boats and Viking ships. 56-80.
Torp, E.: Information about information: Relating different historical sources to one another. 81-85.
Posted in Engelstad E., Godal J., Jensen L.V., Sumkin V.J., Torp Eivind, Volume 7 - 1990
Tagged Ethnogenesis, Mobility, Sedentism, Svalbard, Viking Ships, Whaling