Encountering different territorialities: political fragmentation of the sami homeland

@inproceedings{Karppi2001EncounteringDT,
  title={Encountering different territorialities: political fragmentation of the sami homeland},
  author={Kristiina Karppi},
  year={2001}
}
Territoriality is approached in this paper by examining the changing relationship between the small group of indigenous Sami people and the nation–states in which they reside. The Sami have for centuries been a geographically peripheral northern group, but they have nevertheless experienced altering conditions of state border demarcations and nationalistic ideologies. The flexible system of Sami villages, siidas, has had a fundamentally different approach to territoriality than the states with… CONTINUE READING