Acta Borealia Vol. 17 No. 1/2000 Available

Date: 
6 October 2000

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Vol. 17 No. 1 2000 of the Nordic journal of circumpolar societies ACTA
BOREALIA has just been published.

ACTA BOREALIA is a biannual, multidisciplinary journal for cultural
studies. The journal presents results from basic research on northern
societies, including reviews of new books about the north. The
contributing authors are mainly from the Nordic countries, but the
journal accepts any contributions related to the circumpolar region
within the disciplines of history, archaeology, anthropology, sociology,
geography, political science, and linguistics.

CONTENTS of Vol. 17 No. 1:

Thomas Wallerström: The Saami between East and West in the Middle Ages:
an archaelogical contribution to the history of reindeer breeding.

Jon Th. Thór: The quest for cod: some causes of fishing conflicts in the
North Atlantic.

Anders Huggert: A church at Lycksele and a sacrificial site on
Altaberget - the two worlds of the Saami.

Takako Yamada: The revival of rituals among the Sakha-Yakut and the
Hokkaido Ainu.

Book reviews
New books

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