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The silent language of ethnicity
The article argues that in everyday life, in ethnically mixed communities in the Arctic region, the concept of Saaminess is dynamic and situated. Social practices that sustain impure identityExpand
"The Future can only be Imagined" - Innovation in Farm Tourism from a Phenomenological Perspective
This article relates to the fast growing research literature on innovation by adopting a phenomenological perspective of change and how change comes about. We visited nineteen farms in Norway in aExpand
Stories of reconciliation enacted in the everyday lives of Sámi tourism entrepreneurs
ABSTRACT Reconciliation has gained political interest in Norway, where a commission was established in 2018 to investigate the injustices committed in the past towards the Sámi and Kven. In thisExpand
20 years of research on Arctic and Indigenous cultures in Nordic tourism: a review and future research agenda
ABSTRACT Through a critical reading of previous research, this article explores local and indigenous cultures in the context of Nordic Arctic tourism and how its consequences have been researched inExpand
Turbulent indigenous objects: Controversies around cultural appropriation and recognition of difference
This article addresses an ongoing controversy in Noway around designing and naming Sámi (indigenous) objects. The authors argue that controversies in many academic debates have been framed inExpand
The multiple landscapes of Biedjovággi: Ontological conflicts on indigenous land
Abstract In this article, we engage with environmental conflicts on indigenous land through a focus on an attempt to gain social licence to reopen and operate the Biedjovággi mine inExpand