Volume 26(1), 2009
Lars Liedgren & Ingela Bergman: Aspects of the Construction of Prehistoric Stallo-Foundations and Stallo-Buildings. 2-26
Yulian Konstantinov: Roadlessness and the Person: Modes of Travel in the Reindeer Herding Part of the Kola Peninsula. 27-49
Johan Schimanski & Ulrike Spring: Explorers’ Bodies in Arctic Mediascapes: Celebrating the Return of the Austro-Hungarian Polar Expedition in 1874. 50-76
Harald Beyer Broch: Tracks that Matter: On Space, Place and Hare Indian Ethnobiology with special reference to the Marten (martes americana). 77-95
Teemu Ryymin & Astri Andresen: Effecting Equality: Norwegian Health Policy in Finnmark, 1945-1970s. 96-114
Posted in Andresen Astri, Bergman Ingela, Broch Harald Beyer, Konstantinov Yulian, Liedgren Lars, Ryymin Teemu, Schimanski Johan, Spring Ulrike, Volume 26 - 2009
Tagged Finnmark, Indians, Kola Sámi, Polar Expedition, Reindeer pastoralism, Russia
Volume 24(2), 2007
Svein Atle Skålevåg: Medical Hermeneutics of Murder. Race, Medicine and Law in a Murder Case from Finnmark, 1911. 109-129
Astri Andresen: In the Wake of the Kautokeino Event: Changing Perceptions of Insanity and the Sámi 1852-1965. 130-142
Teemu Ryymin: Civilising the “Uncivilized”: The Fight against Tuberculosis in Northern Norway at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century. 143-162
Ann Grubbström: Estonian Swedish Ethnic Survival – Examples from Nuckö in the Interwar Period. 162-175
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 9(2), 1992
Paine, R.: Social construction of the “Tragedy of the commons” and Saami reindeer pastoralism. 3-20.
Odner, K.: Ethnicity and traditions in Northern Fenno-Scandinavia. “Finns and terfinns” ten years after. 21-36.
Bjørklund, I.: The anatomy of a millennarian movement. Some organizational conditions for the Sami revolt in Guovdageaidnu in 1852. 37-46.
Hansen, L.I.: Just K. Qvigstad’s contributions to the study of Sami culture. 47-68.
Hood, B.C.: Chert sources and distribution patterns in the Stone Age of West Finnmark, North Norway: A preliminary view. 69-84.
Hermanns-Auðardóttir, M.: The beginning of settlement in Iceland from an archaeological point of view. 85-135.
Posted in Bjørklund Ivar, Hansen Lars-Ivar, Hermanns-Auðardóttir M., Hood B.C., Odner K., Paine Robert, Volume 9 - 1992
Tagged Ethnicity, Fennoscandia, Finnmark, Iceland, Just Qvigstad, Kautokeino, Reindeer pastoralism, Stone Age
Volume 3(1), 1986
Jernsletten, R.: The Land Sales Act of 1902 as means of Norwegianization. 3-20.
Nielsen, A.R.: Economic adaption among the Coast Sami population in Finnmark c. 1700. 21-41.
Storli, I.: A review of archaeological research on Sami prehistory. 43-63.
Holm-Olsen, I.M.: Settlement studies and the archaeological survey of North Norway. A discussion based on the survey of North Troms. 65-85.