Konstantinov Yulian, Istomin Kirill, Ryzhkova Inna & Mitina Yulia: “Uncontrolled sovkhoism”: administering reindeer husbandry in the Russian far north (Kola Peninsula) 95-114.
Allemann Lukas: “I do not know if mum knew what was going on”: social reproduction in boarding schools in Soviet Lapland. 115-142.
Elenius Lars: Were the “Kainulaiset” in Kalix River valley Finnish or Swedish-speakers? 143-175.
Keränen Mari: Language maintenance through corpus planning – the case of Kven. 176-191.
Posted in Allemann Lukas, Elenius Lars, Istomin Kirill, Keränen Mari, Konstantinov Yulian, Mitina Yulia, Volume 35 - 2018
Tagged Kalix River valley, Kola Peninsula, Kven, Language, Reindeer husbandry, Russia, Social reproduction, Soviet Lapland
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