Hood Bryan C. and Melsæther Stine Grøvdal: Shellfish exploitation in Stone Age Arctic Norway: procurement patterns and household activities. 1-29.
Hakamäki Ville: Late Iron Age transculturalism in northern “periphery”: understanding the long-term prehistoric occupational area of Viinivaara E, Finland. 30-51.
Bergman Ingela and Edlund Lars-Erik: Bikarlar and Sámi – inter-cultural contacts beyond state control: reconsidering the standing of external tradesmen (birkarlar) in medieval Sámi societies. 52-80.
Oslund Karen: Greenland in the center: what happend when the Danish-Norwegian officials met English and Dutch whalers in Disko Bay, 1780-1820. 81-99.
Konstantinov Yulian and Ryzhkova Inna: Pre-emptive mobilities: Russian real estate abroad (the case of owners from Murmansk Region). 100-117.
Posted in Bergman Ingela, Edlund Lars-Erik, Hakamäki Ville, Hood B.C., Konstantinov Yulian, Melsæther Stine G., Oslund Karen, Ryzhkova Inna, Volume 33 - 2016
Tagged Arctic, Birkarlar, Disko Bay, Finland, Greenland, Iron Age, Mobility, Murmansk, Norway, Russia, Sámi, Shellfish, Stone Age, Whale
Volume 28(1), 2011
Bengt-Ove Andreassen: History as Religious Self-mediation: The case of the Firstborn Laestadians. 1-18
Mikkel Berg-Nordlie: Need and Misery in the Eastern Periphery: Nordic Sámi Media Debate on the Kola Sámi. 19-36
Leif Christian Jensen & Geir Hønneland: Framing the High North: Public Discourses in Norway after 2000. 37-54
Gørill Nielsen & Stephen Wickler: Boathouses as Indicators of Ethnic Interaction? 55-88
Vladislava K. Vladimirova: “We are Reindeer People, We Come from Reindeer”. Reindeer herding in Representations of the Sami in Russia. 89-113
Posted in Andreassen Bengt-Ove, Berg-Nordlie Mikkel, Hønneland Geir, Jensen Leif Christian, Nielsen Gørill, Vladimirova Vladislava K., Volume 28 - 2011, Wickler Stephen
Tagged Authority, Boathouses, Discourse, Discourse analysis, Ethnic interaction, Ethnographic tourism, Firstborn, High North, Indigenous, Indigenous ethnopolitics, Iron Age, Kola Peninsula, Kola Sámi, Laestadianism, Media studies, Mediation, Medieval Period, National identity discourse, Northern Norway, Norwegian High North politics, Religion, Representation, Russia and the West, Sami reindeer herding, Soviet ethnography, Story line
Volume 13(1), 1996
Bjerkli, B.: Land Use, Traditionalism and Rights. 3-21.
Kennedy, J.C.: “Our heritage, our Identity”. 23-34.
Opedal, A.: A.W. Brøgger and the Norwegianization of the Prehistory of North Norway. 35-46.
Mulk, I.M.: The Role of the Sámi in Fur Trading during the Late Iron Age and Nordic Medieval period in the Light of the Sámi Sacrificial Sites in Lapland, Northern Sweden. 47-80.
Storli, I.: On the Historiography of Sami Reindeer pastoralism. 81-115.
Volume 6(2), 1989
Sammallahti, P.: A linguist looks at Saami prehistory. 3-11.
Storå, N.: Pearl fishing among the Eastern Saami. 12-27.
Jørgensen, R.: Criteria for dating prehistoric graves – Stone Age, Bronze Age or Iron Age? 28-41.
Starkov, V.F.: Soviet archaeological expedition studies on Archipelago of Svalbard – Results and prospects. 42-46.
Zavyalov, V.I.: Excavation methods employed to study old Russian settlements and their specific features in studying Pomor complexes on Svalbard. 47-51.
Chernosvitov, P.Y.: Excavations of a Pomor settlement in Ekrolhamna – Methods and prospects. 52-56.
Posted in Chernosvitov P.Y., Jørgensen R., Sammallahti P., Starkov V.F., Storå Nils, Volume 6 - 1989, Zavyalov V.I.
Tagged Bronze Age, Eastern Sami, Iron Age, Language, Pomor, Russia, Stone Age, Svalbard