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Bridging Divides : Indra Overland : 9781782389194

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Mikkel Berg-Nordlie studied Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Oslo and Russian Studies at the University of Tromso, where he is writing a PhD on Russian Sami politics. Lost Land, Broken Culture Chapter 4. For the Sámi of the Nordic countries, the last decades of the 20th century were a renaissance of sorts: their indigenous rights were partially recognized, they experienced a cultural and linguistic revival and Sámi parliaments were established. The Sámi are a Northern indigenous people whose land, Sápmi, spreads over the territories of four states: Finland, Norway, Sweden, and Russia. For the Nordic Sámi, the last decades of the twentieth century saw their indigenous rights partially recognized, a cultural and linguistic revival, and the establishment of Sámi parliaments.

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Bridging Divides, Indra Overland Mikkel Berg

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It is a valuable contribution to the literature on language loss and bilingualism and the phenomenon of gender shift frequently discussed in recent anthropological literature about the Russian North. His research is focused on indigenous and ethnic minority-related issues, including, but not limited to, Russia and the Nordic Countries. He did his PhD at the University of Cambridge and has previously worked for the University of Tromso, the Norwegian Refugee Council and the Nordic Research Board. Mikkel Berg-Nordlie is a Researcher at the Department of International Studies and Migration of the Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research and is completing a Ph. Email Newsletters Sign up for our email newsletters to get customized updates on new Berghahn publications.

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Bridging Divides : Indra Overland : 9781782389194

bridging divides overl and indra berg nordlie mikkel

The Russian Sami, however, did not have the same opportunities and were isolated behind the closed border until the dissolution of the Soviet Union. For the Nordic Sami, the last decades of the 20th century saw their indigenous rights partially recognized, a cultural and linguistic revival and the establishment of Sami parliaments. The Soviet Sámi, on the other hand, had little opportunity to develop independent ethno-political organizations and were isolated from their ethnic kin across the closed border. Lost Land, Broken Culture Chapter 4. It is a valuable contribution to the literature on language loss and bilingualism and the phenomenon of gender shift frequently discussed in recent anthropological literature about the Russian North. Table of contents Chapter 1. The Russian Sami, however, did not have the same opportunities and were isolated behind the closed border until the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

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Bridging Divides : Indra Overland : 9780857456670

bridging divides overl and indra berg nordlie mikkel

. The Russian Sámi, however, did not have the same opportunities and were isolated behind the closed border until the dissolution of the Soviet Union. He did his PhD at the University of Cambridge and has previously worked for the University of Tromso, the Norwegian Refugee Council and the Nordic Research Board. His recent publications include Caspian Energy Politics co-edited, 2009 and Russian Renewable Energy co-authored, 2009. The Sami are a Northern indigenous people whose land, Sapmi, covers territory in Finland, Norway, Russia, and Sweden.

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Bridging Divides: A new book on Russian Sámi politcs

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The Russian Sámi, however, did not have the same opportunities and were isolated behind the closed border until the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The Sámi are a Northern indigenous people whose land, Sápmi, covers territory in Finland, Norway, Russia, and Sweden. Indra Overland is Head of the Department of Russian and Eurasian Studies at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. Table of Contents Acknowledgements Transcription Chapter 1. For the Nordic Sami, the last decades of the twentieth century saw their indigenous rights partially recognized, a cultural and linguistic revival, and the establishment of Sami parliaments. For the Nordic Sámi, the last decades of the twentieth century saw their indigenous rights partially recognized, a cultural and linguistic revival, and the establishment of Sámi parliaments.

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Bridging divides : ethno

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Mikkel Berg-Nordlie studied Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Oslo and Russian Studies at the University of Tromso, where he is writing a PhD on Russian Sami politics. The Sámi are a Northern indigenous people whose land, Sápmi, covers territory in Finland, Norway, Russia, and Sweden. This book tells the story of what happened in the two decades that followed: the Russian Sámi attempted a linguistic revival, sought to mend the Cold War scars across Sápmi, and established their own independent ethno-political organizations. The Russian Sámi, however, did not have the same opportunities and were isolated behind the closed border until the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Conclusions Appendixes: Glossary and Abbreviations; Sámi population estimates; Nuclear bomb testing on the Kola Peninsula; Inter-ethnic relations; Language; Three Intertwined Social Problems; The complexity of ethnic identity. His research is focused on indigenous and ethnic minority-related issues - in the Russian North, Siberia and Far East, the Caucasus, Nepal and the Nordic Countries. His research is focused on indigenous and ethnic minority-related issues - in the Russian North, Siberia and Far East, the Caucasus, Nepal and the Nordic Countries.

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Bridging divides : ethno

bridging divides overl and indra berg nordlie mikkel

For the Nordic Sámi, the last decades of the twentieth century saw their indigenous rights partially recognized, a cultural and linguistic revival, and the establishment of Sámi parliaments. The focus on the book is on the challenges and conflicts associated with leading a small ethno-political revival movement, and the establishment of new relationships with the Nordic Sámi afterhaving been sundered from them during the Soviet Era. The Russian Sámi, however, did not have the same opportunities and were isolated behind the closed border until the dissolution of the Soviet Union. His research is focused on indigenous and ethnic minority-related issues, including, but not limited to, Russia and the Nordic Countries. This book examines the following two decades and the Russian Sámi's attempt to achieve a linguistic revival, to mend the Cold War scars, and to es.

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Bridging Divides: A new book on Russian Sámi politcs

bridging divides overl and indra berg nordlie mikkel

His recent publications include Caspian Energy Politics co-edited, 2009 and Russian Renewable Energy co-authored, 2009. Who are the Russian Sámi? Lost Land, Broken Culture Chapter 4. Lost Land, Broken Culture Chapter 4. This book examines the following two decades and the Russian Sami's attempt to achieve a linguistic revival, to mend the Cold War scars, and to establish their own independent ethno-political organizations. His recent publications include Caspian Energy Politics co-edited, 2009 and Russian Renewable Energy co-authored, 2009. Mikkel Berg-Nordlie is a Researcher at the Department of International Studies and Migration of the Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research and is completing a Ph. Responsibility: Indra Overland and Mikkel Berg-Nordlie.

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Bridging Divides : Indra Overland : 9780857456670

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Who are the Russian Sami? His recent publications include Caspian Energy Politics co-edited, 2009 and Russian Renewable Energy co-authored, 2009. The Sami are a Northern indigenous people whose land, Sapmi, covers territory in Finland, Norway, Russia and Sweden. Who are the Russian Sámi? Who are the Russian Sámi? This book examines the following two decades and the Russian Sami's attempt to achieve a linguistic revival, to mend the Cold War scars, and to establish their own independent ethno-political organizations. Bridging Divides by and accounts for key events in the establishing phase of post-Soviet Sámi ethno-politics during the 1990s. Indra Overland is Head of the Department of Russian and Eurasian Studies at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. His research is focused on indigenous and ethnic minority-related issues, including, but not limited to, Russia and the Nordic Countries.

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