Acta Borealia (2021) Volume 38(1)
Hiss Florian, Pesch Anja Maria and Sollid Hilde: “Multilingual encounters in Northern Norway” 1-4.
Niiranen Leena: “Minority language learning in Kven through conversation” 5-22.
Pesch Anna Maria:”They call me anneanne! translanguaging as a theoretical and pedagogical challenge and opportunity in the kindergarten context in Norway” 23-42.
Hiss Florian and Loppacher Anna: “The working language is Norwegian. Not that this means anything, it seems: when expectations meets the new multilingual reality” 43-59.
Sætermo Monica and Sollid Hilde: “Reported language attitudes among Norwegian speaking in-migrants in Tromsø” 60-80.
Acta Borealia (2020) Volume 37(1-2)
Nurmi Risto, Kuusela Jari-Matti and Hakamäki Ville: “Swedenization of the North – the early medieval Swedish northern expansion and the emerge of the Birkarls” 1-26.
Kramvig Britt and Førde Anniken: “Stories of reconciliation enacted in the everyday lives of Sámi tourism entrepreneurs” 27-42.
Angell Elisabeth, Nygaard Vigdis and Selle Per :”Industrial development in the North – Sámi interests squeezed between globalisation and tradition” 43-62.
Hermansen Nina and Olsen Kjell: “Learning the Sámi language outside the Sámi core area in Norway” 63-77.
Beyer Broch Harald: “Mastering the Environment: frontier behaviour at the ocean Klondike during Greenland halibut fishery” 78-93.
Tennberg Monica, Vuojala-Magga Terhi and Vola Joonas: “Social resilience in practice: insights from Finnish Lapland ” 94-109.
Acta Borealia (2019) Volume 36(2)
Elenius Lars: “The dissolution of ancient Kvenland and the transformation of the Kvens as an ethnic group of people. On changing ethnic categorizations in communicative and collective memories” 117-148.
Laruelle Marlene: “Postcolonial polar cities? New indigenous and cosmopolitan urbanness in the Arctic” 149-165.
Wråkberg Urban:”A. E. Nordenskiöld in Swedish memory: the origin and uses of Arctic heroism” 166-182.
Nordin Jonas Monié: “The Sámi, state subjugation and strategic interaction: individual mobility within multicultural networks” 183-185.