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Sámi prehistories

Carl-Gösta Ojala

Sámi prehistories

the politics of archaeology and identity in northernmost Europe

by Carl-Gösta Ojala

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Published by Uppsala universitet, Institutionen för arkeologi och antik historia in Uppsala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Government relations,
  • Ethnic identity,
  • Sami (European people),
  • Ethnoarchaeology,
  • Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCarl-Gösta Ojala
    SeriesOccasional papers in archaeology -- 47
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDL42.L36 O35 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination353 p. :
    Number of Pages353
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24915905M
    ISBN 109150620967
    ISBN 109789150620962
    LC Control Number2010411112

    hat, Sami Shalom Chetrit, and Yehouda Shenhav as part of a political project of intervention into the normative terms of Zionist discourse.4 This project evolved from a history of Mizrahi activism, which began as a protest movement responding to the discriminatory economic, social, and cultural treatment of "Mizrahim" (non-European Jews) in.   Video Software we use: Ad-free videos. You can support us by purchasing something through our Amazon-Url, thanks:) Haplogroup R1b, also .

    Research output: Book/Report › Book Forthcoming ‘One Cannot Be a Good Historian and a Good Controversialist at the Same Time’: The Politics of Historiography in Renan’s Histoire des Origines du Christianisme from Jesus to Paul, The largest defined unit of time is the supereon, composed of are divided into eras, which are in turn divided into periods, epochs and terms eonothem, erathem, system, series, and stage are used to refer to the layers of rock that correspond to these periods of geologic time.. Geologists qualify these units as Early, Mid, and Late when referring to time, and Lower, Middle.

    99 On Sami claims for control of cultural heritage management, see Carl-Gösta Ojala, Sámi Prehistories: The Politics of Archaeology and Identity in Northernmost Europe (Uppsala, ), pt. IV: “Contesting the North: Sámi Self-Determination and the Repatriation and Reburial Debates,” – Historie světa, v běžné řeči, je v historii lidstva (nebo lidskou historii), jak bylo stanoveno z archeologii, antropologie, genetiky, lingvistiky a dalších oborů; a pro období od doby vynálezu písma, ze zaznamenané historii a z druhotných zdrojů a studií.. Lidstva sepsaná historie předcházela jeho prehistorie, počínaje paleolitu éry („starší doby kamenné“), za.


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During recent glacial phases, the eastern European plains saw the development of a broad range of cultural traditions (Kozlowski, ), based on relational networks between humans and animals specific to the immense areas that formed their territory ().Rarely practiced in Western models where, paradoxically, analogies are often extracted from the most distant exotic contexts, these.

In the article, I turn to the Sámi tradition of yoiking to narrate, remember, empower, and heal. I set out for a quest for my own voice, as a Sámi woman in academia, struggling in an aggressive natural resource exploiting colonial system which is a constant threat to Sámi culture, tradition, health, well-being, and long-term survival.

Sámi Prehistories The Politics of Archaeology and Identity in Northernmost Europe the home of the nature-loving Sámi. As Peter Davidson puts in his book about the notion of the North in literature, painting, mythology and popular imagination: Two opposing ideas of north repeat (and contradict each other) from European antiquity to the.

Abstract. Emerging Sámi archaeologies have overlooked the colonial processes of the Early Modern period. Although Sámi agency is emphasized, symmetry, and reciprocity are set as.

1 Yoik is traditional Sámi singing/recital where the story being told is an inherent part of the music produced. Identified by the Swedish state church as heathen, the tradition has disappeared in many families, while kept secret in others.

With Sámi cultural revitalisation taking place over the last two decades, the tradition has started to regain force. Sámi Prehistories. The Politics of Archaeology and Identity in Northernmost Europe.

Department of Archaeology and Ancient History. Occasional papers in archaeology pp. Uppsala. ISBN Oosterbeek L. Diffusion, Dissemination and Interaction.

The Contradictions of Past Realities or of Present Perspectives. A Sami family in front of a goahti in the foreground and a lavvu in the background (the picture is taken around ).

The Saami nomads of Lapland did not set up established communities or dwellings until the late s, as with most nomadic groups their housing structures needed to be easily assembled, broken down, and transported from place.

PETZÄLL, Åke (ed.), Theoria. Volume VII Part I. Lund Gleerup pp. Original printed wrappers. A few markings in red or blue. Contents: Olof Kinberg: The Concep. The Pleistocene glaciations scoured the landscape clean and covered much of it in deep quaternary sediments. Therefore, no undisputed Early or Middle Palaeolithic sites or finds are known from Sweden.

As far as it is currently known, the country's prehistory begins in the Allerød interstadial c. 12, BC with Late Palaeolithic hunting camps of the Bromme culture at the edge of the ice in.

9, to 4, BC) The Younger Dryas was followed by the Holocene, which began around 9, BC, and continues to the present. There was then limited occupation by Ahrensburgian hunter gatherers, but this came to an end when there was a final downturn in temperature which lasted from around 9, to 9, BC.

Mesolithic people occupied Britain by around 9, BC, and it has been occupied. Sámi Prehistories. The Politics of Archaeology and Identity in Northernmost Europe. Uppsala Universitet. Ojala, Carl-Gösta & Nordin, Jonas M. Mining Sápmi: Colonial histories, Sámi archaeology, and the exploitation of natural resources in Northern Sweden.

Arctic Anthropolgy 52(2): 6– Smith, Claire & Wobst, H. Martin (toim.)   For a study of this kind of conflict in Sweden and their wider legal and economic consequences, see C.-G. Ojala, Sámi Prehistories: The Politics of Archaeology and Identity in Northernmost Europe, Uppsala, L.I. Hansen and B.

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