Monthly Archives: May 2014

ORHELIA’s trip to Lovozero

Last weekend our almost complete research team of the ORHELIA project (only Roza was unfortunately missing) went to Lovozero, the Sami ‘capital’ of Russian Lapland. It was probably my shortest field trip ever, with only one full day at our … Continue reading

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VSP Journal in Arctic Anthropology – by Nikolai Vakhtin

(A Fantasy) No one can read everything others write in one’s field. One of the reasons is that we use too many words to express our thoughts. Papers start with theories and explanations that the reader either knows or doesn’t … Continue reading

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