Sámi Society Matters

“The Sami have their own concept of time and place, their own relationship to nature, their own rules for how nature is used, traditional livelihoods and rights of usufruct since time immemorial. They also have their own domains that shape linguistic behaviour and systems of knowledge and concepts based on traditions.”

- Elina Helander-Renvall

 

Sisällys: 

Foreword
Sanna Valkonen & Jarno Valkonen


Part I

Sami Subsistence Activities—Spatial Aspects and Structuration

Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Snow and Sámi Reindeer Herding

Beyond the Pale: Locating Sea Sami Women Outside the Official
Fisheries Discourse in Northern Norway


Part II

Animism, Personhood and the Nature of Reality: Sami Perspectives

Relationships Between Sámi Reindeer Herders, Lands, and Reindeer


Part III

Globalization and Traditional Livelihoods

On Customary Law Among the Saami People


Part IV

Reflections on Indigenous Research—Towards a New Paradigm

Knowing/Knowledge from The Sami Society: An Interview with Elina Helander-Renvall
Jarno Valkonen


Selected publications of Elina Helander / Helander-Renvall, 1984–2015


ISBN-10:
952-310-980-3
Kieli:
Englanti
Kustantaja:
Lapland University Press
Painos:
1.
Painovuosi:
2016
Sivumäärä:
192
Tekijät:
Elina Helander-Renvall sekä toimittajat Jarno Valkonen & Sanna Valkonen
Viivakoodi 9789523109803
Tuotekoodi 024023
32,00 €