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A place in the memory of nation. Minority policy towards the Finnish speakers in Sweden and Norway2002 Acta borealia 19 (2): 103-23
  • Lars Elenius
0800-3831
When did the Pomors come to Svalbard?2002 Acta borealia 19 (2): 125-45
  • Tora Hultgreen
0800-3831
Cultural policies of the north Calotte2002 Acta borealia 19 (2): 147-64
  • Trond Thuen
0800-3831
Bjarmaland revisited2002 Acta borealia 19 (2): 165-79
  • Tatjana N. Jackson
0800-3831
A self triggered device to catch elk as early as the neolithic: a study from an archaeological and ethnological point of view2002 Acta borealia 19 (2): 181-8
  • Anders Huggert
0800-3831
The colonisation of the Russian Barents sea coast (mid-19th to early 20th century): two approaches to the economic development of the area2002 Acta borealia 19 (1): 5-25
  • Aleksei IUrchenko
H6/KVT [ACTA-]0800-3831
Functional ladles or ceremonial cutlery ? A cultural biography of prehistoric wooden spoons from Finland2002 Acta borealia 19 (1): 27-47
  • Visa Immonen
H6/KVT [ACTA-]0800-3831
The two-wood bow2002 Acta borealia 19 (1): 49-73
  • Ragnar Insulander
H6/KVT [ACTA-]0800-3831
The Russia of the Tsar and north Norway: 'the Russian danger' revisited2002 Acta borealia 19 (1): 75-94
  • Jens Petter Nielsen
H6/KVT [ACTA-]0800-3831
The tension between culture and nature: Fridtjof Nansen's understanding of arctic minorities2001 Acta borealia 18 (1): 3-23
  • Harald Dag Jølle
0800-3831
Trade, tribute and household responses: the archaeological excavations at GeahĨeváinjárga 244 B in the Varanger fjord, north Norway2001 Acta borealia 18 (1): 25-50
  • Knut Odner
0800-3831
Creating Kvenness: identity building among the arctic Finns in northern Norway2001 Acta borealia 18 (1): 51-67
  • Teemu Ryymin
0800-3831
Time-bound theories about the origin of the Finns2001 Acta borealia 18 (1): 69-80
  • Janne Vikuna
0800-3831
Review article on Siberian survival: the Nenets and their story2001 Acta borealia 18 (1): 81-6
  • IUlian Konstantinov
0800-3831review arcticle on Siberian survival: the Nenets and their story by A Golovnyov and G Osherenko (Ithaca and London: Cornell Univ Pr, 1999)
Traditional Saami knowedge of predators and Swedish environmental policy2001 Acta borealia 18 (2): 3-22
  • Eivind Torp
0800-3831
From universal homogeneity to essential heterogeneity: on the visual construction of the 'Lappish race'2001 Acta borealia 18 (2): 23-39
  • Cathrine Baglo
0800-3831
The displacement of Nenets women from reindeer herding and the tundra in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug, northwestern Russia2001 Acta borealia 18 (2): 41-60
  • Tuula Tuisku
0800-3831
Gerhard Schøning, Gothicism and the re-evaluation of northern landscapes2001 Acta borealia 18 (2): 61-84
  • Stian Bones Larsen
0800-3831
A note on ethnography & interpretation & imagination2001 Acta borealia 18 (2): 86-94
  • Robert Paine
0800-3831
The Saami between East and West in the middle ages: an archaeological contribution to the history of the reindeer breeding2000 Acta borealia 17 (1): 3-39
  • Thomas Wallerstrøm
0800-3831
The quest for cod: some causes of fishing conflicts in the North Atlantic2000 Acta borealia 17 (1): 41-50
  • Jon T. Thór
0800-3831
A church at Lyckselet and a sacrificial site on Altarberget - the two worlds of the Saami2000 Acta borealia 17 (1): 51-75
  • Anders Huggert
0800-3831
The revival of rituals among the Sakha-Yakut and the Hokkaido Ainu2000 Acta borealia 17 (1): 77-115
  • Takako Yamada
0800-3831
The Russian north - the Russian arctic2000 Acta borealia 17 (2): 3-4
  • Bjornar Olsen
  • Bjørnar Olsen
  • Dikka Storm
  • Jens Petter Nielsen
  • Trond Thuen
0800-3831introduction to special issue
The eastern Saami: a short account of their history and identity2000 Acta borealia 17 (2): 5-37
  • Elena Sergeeva
0800-3831in special issue 'The Russian north - the Russian Arctic'
The Ter Saami according to the Russian census of 1858: ethno-social characteristics2000 Acta borealia 17 (2): 39-48
  • Marina Kuropiatnik
0800-3831in special issue 'The Russian north - the Russian Arctic'
Pre-Soviet pasts of reindeer-herding collectives: ethnographies of transition in Murmansk region2000 Acta borealia 17 (2): 49-64
  • IUlian Konstantinov
0800-3831in special issue 'The Russian north - the Russian Arctic'
The civil war in Northern Russia, 19181-19202000 Acta borealia 17 (2): 65-82
  • Vladislav Goldin
0800-3831in special issue 'The Russian north - the Russian Arctic'
Who were these brave men ? Personnel of the Russian and Norwegian polar expeditions in 1980-19172000 Acta borealia 17 (2): 83-101
  • Svetlana A. KHorkina
0800-3831in special issue 'The Russian north - the Russian Arctic'
Sailing boats in Padjelanta: Sámi rock engravings from the mountains in Laponia, northern Sweden1999 Acta borealia 16 (1): 3-41
  • Inga-Maria Mulk
  • Tim Bayliss-Smith
0800-3831
The witch-hunt in early modern Finnmark1999 Acta borealia 16 (1): 43-62
  • Rune Hage
0800-3831
Sami subsistence activities: spatial aspects and structuration1999 Acta borealia 16 (2): 7-25
  • Elina Helander
0800-3831in special issue on research at the Arctic Centre
Acta borealia special issue on research at the Arctic Centre1999 Acta borealia 16 (2): 3-5
  • Janne Hukkinen
  • Richard Langlais
0800-3831introduction to special issue on research at the Arctic Centre
The effectiveness of public participation in the environmental impact assessment process: a case study of the projected Sierilä hydropower station at Oikarainen, northern Finland1999 Acta borealia 16 (2): 27-41
  • Arja Huttunen
0800-3831in special issue on research at the Arctic Centre
Expeditions to Sámi territories: a history of the studies of the Kola Sámi in the 1920s-1930s1999 Acta borealia 16 (1): 117-24
  • Marina Kuropiatnik
0800-3831
Total security as threat: the blurring of hard and soft security in northern Europe1999 Acta borealia 16 (2): 63-79
  • Richard Langlais
0800-3831in special issue on research at the Arctic Centre
Human environmental interactions in Upper Lapland, Finland: development of participatory research strategies1999 Acta borealia 16 (2): 43-61
  • Janne Hukkinen
  • Ludger Müller-Wille
0800-3831in special issue on research at the Arctic Centre
'Reindeer theft' ? Notes on how a culture is put at odds with itself1999 Acta borealia 16 (1): 63-82
  • Robert Paine
0800-3831
Reindeer-herding and the call for sustainability in the Swedish mountain region1999 Acta borealia 16 (1): 83-95
  • Eivind Torp
0800-3831
'Culture alone will not put bread on the table': the many facets of the debate on the preservation of Sami culture1999 Acta borealia 16 (1): 97-115
  • Seija Tuulentie
0800-3831
North Norway - the frontier of the North ?1998 Acta borealia 15 (1): 27-41
  • Steinar Aas
0800-3831
Niivertussannguaq - a survey of the faunal remains from a Saqqaq settlement in the Disco Bay area of western Greenland1998 Acta borealia 15 (2): 129-37
  • Tine Nord Andreasen
0800-3831
The dilemma of some present-day Norwegians with Finnish-speaking ancestry1998 Acta borealia 15 (1): 43-57
  • Marjut Anttonen
0800-3831
Red sandstone and Greenlandic wood: two diagnostic artefacts in the interpretation of a newly discovered saeter in southern Greenland1998 Acta borealia 15 (2): 153-74
  • Maria Hinnerson Berglund
0800-3831
Theory on ice: the discourse of eastern Canadian arctic palaeo-Eskimo archaeology1998 Acta borealia 15 (2): 3-58
  • Bryan C. Hood
0800-3831
Dorset dwellings in west Greenland1998 Acta borealia 15 (2): 59-80
  • Jens Fog Jensen
0800-3831
Raw material distribution - social space, social interaction1998 Acta borealia 15 (2): 139-52
  • Erik Brinch Petersen
  • Jens Fog Jensen
0800-3831
Constructing 'Laestadianism': a case for Sami survival ?1998 Acta borealia 15 (1): 5-25
  • Henry Minde
0800-3831
The past and the future of ethnohistory1998 Acta borealia 15 (1): 59-77
  • Toby Morantz
0800-3831
Saqqaq housing and settlement in southern Disco Bay, west Greenland1998 Acta borealia 15 (2): 81-128
  • Bjornar Olsen
  • Bjørnar Olsen
0800-3831