Bergesen Rognald Heiseldal: Dutch Images of Indigenous Sámi Religion. Jan Luykens Illustrations of Lapland. 103-124.
Lehtola Veli-Pekka: Second World War as a trigger for transcultural changes among Sámi people in Finland. 125 – 147.
Maureira Teresa Miranda and Stenbacka Susanne: Indigenous Tourism and Processes of Resilience – About Communicative Strategies among Tourism Workers in Quebec . 148 – 170.
Vakhtin Nikolai: Indigenous minorities of Siberian and Russian Sociolinguistics of the 1920s: A life apart? 171 – 189.
Hersoug Bjørn, Finstad Bjørn-Petter and Christensen Pål: A system of Norwegian fish sales unions – An anachronism or successful adaptation to modern fisheries? 190 – 204.
Posted in Volume 32 - 2015
Tagged Canada, Finland, Fisheries, Indigenous, Lapland, Norway, Religion, Resilience, Russia, Sámi, Siberia, Tourism
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 23(2), 2006
Tuija Hautala-Hirvioja: The Image of the Sàmi in Finnish Visual Arts before the Second World War. 97-115
Daniel Lindmark: Pietism and Colonialism. Swedish Schooling in Eigthteenth-century Sàpmi. 116-129
Roald Berg: Gender in Polar Air: Roald Amundsen and his Aeronautics. 130-144
Teija Alenius & Ville Laakso: Palaeoecology and Archaeology in the Village of Uukuniemi, Eastern Finland. 145-165
Volume 17(1), 2000
Wallerström, Thomas: The Saami between East and West in the Middle Ages: An archaeological contribution to the history of reindeer breeding. 3-40
Thór, Jon Th.: The quest for cod: Some causes of fishing conflicts in the North Atlantic. 41-50
Huggert, Anders: A church at Lycksele and a sacrificial site on Altaberget – the two worlds of the Saami. 51-76
Yamada, Takado: The revival of rituals among the Sakha-Yakut and the Hokkaido Ainu. 77-116
Posted in Huggert Anders, Thór Jon Th., Volume 17 - 2000, Wallerström Thomas, Yamada Takako
Tagged Altaberget, Fishing, Hokkaido Ainu, Middle Age, Norway, Reindeer pastoralism, Religion, Sahka-Yakut, Sweden
Volume 15(1), 1998
The Editors: Introduction. 3-4
Minde, Henry: Constructing ‘Laestadianism’: A case for Saami survival? 5-26
Aas, Steinar: North Norway – The frontier of the North? 27-42
Anttonen, Marjut: The dilemma of some present-day Norwegians with Finnish-speaking ancestry. 43-58
Morantz, Toby: The Past and the Future of Ethnohistory. 59-77
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