Corpus ID: 170943993

Statuksettomat saamelaiset Paikantumisia saamelaisuuden rajoilla

@inproceedings{Sarivaara2012StatuksettomatSP,
  title={Statuksettomat saamelaiset Paikantumisia saamelaisuuden rajoilla},
  author={Erika Sarivaara},
  year={2012}
}
Akateeminen vaitoskirja, joka Lapin yliopiston kasvatustieteiden tiedekunnansuostumuksella esitetaan julkisesti tarkastettavaksi Lapin yliopiston Fellman-salissa kesakuun 13. paivana 2012 klo 12. Ohjaaja: professori Kaarina Maatta, Lapin yliopisto Esitarkastajat: professori Anna-Riitta Lindgren, Tromssan yliopisto; professori Helena Ruotsala, Turun yliopisto Vastavaittaja: professori Tere Vaden, Aalto-yliopisto Kustos: professori Kaarina Maatta 
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