scientific publications

2017

Avango D, Roberts P. Heritage, Conservation and the Geopolitcs of Svalbard : Writing the History of Arctic Environments. In: Anna Stenport SML-AK, editor. Arctic Environmental Modernities : From the Age of Polar Exploration to the Era of the Anthropocene: Palgrave Macmillan; 2017. p. 125-43.

Avango D, Roberts P. Industrial Heritage and Arctic Mining Sites: Material Remains as Resources for the Present – and Future. In: Robert CT, Lill Rastad B, editors. Heritage and Change in the Arctic: Resources for the Present, and the Future. Aalborg: Aalborg Universitetsforlag; 2017. p. 127-57.

Eklund N, Elfving J. Russian Private Military Companies–Redwater? Eurasian Daily Monitor. 2017;14(39).

Eklund N, van der Watt L-M. Refracting (geo)political choices in the Arctic. The Polar Journal. 2017;7(1):86-103.

Haugseth P, Wråkberg U. Tourism experiences of post-Soviet borderlands. In: Lee Y-S, Weaver D, Prebensen N, editors. Arctic Tourism Experiences Production, Consumption and Sustainability. Wallingford: CABI; 2017.

Kinossian N, Wråkberg U. Palimpsests in. In: Schimanski J, Wolfe SF, editors. Border aesthetics: Concepts and intersection. London and New York: Berghahn Publishers; 2017. p. 90-110.

Lajus D, Stogova D, Lajus J. Importance of Consideration of Climate Change at Managing Fish Stocks: A Case of Northern Russian Fisheries. In: Latola K, Savela H, editors. The Interconnected Arctic — UArctic Congress 2016. Cham: Springer International Publishing; 2017. p. 127-34.

Müller DK, Hoppstadius F. Sami tourism at the crossroads : Globalization as a challenge for business, environment and culture in Swedish Sápmi. In: Viken A, Müller DK, editors. Tourism and Indigeneity in the Arctic. Bristol: Channel View Publications; 2017. p. 71-86.

Müller DK, Viken A. Toward a de-essentializing of indigenous tourism? In: Viken A, Müller DK, editors. Tourism and Indigeneity in the Arctic. Bristol: Channel View Publications; 2017. p. 281-9.

Müller DK, Viken A. Indigenous tourism in the Arctic. In: Viken A, Müller DK, editors. Tourism and Indigeneity in the Arctic. Bristol: Channel View Publications; 2017. p. 1-15.

van der Watt L-M, Nilsson LM. Hållbar utveckling i norra Sverige: bundna mönster och historiska brytpunkter 2017. Available from: http://www.mistraarctic.se/wp-content/uploads/Mistra-Arctic-report-no-5-3.pdf.

Viken A, Müller DK. Tourism and Indigeneity in the Arctic. Bristol: Channel View Publications; 2017 2017. 291 p.

Viken A, Müller DK. Indigeneity and indigenous tourism. In: Viken A, Müller DK, editors. Tourism and Indigeneity in the Arctic. Bristol: Channel View Publications; 2017. p. 16-32.

 

2016

Anderson I, Robson B, Connolly M, Al-Yaman F, Bjertness E, King A, et al. Indigenous and tribal peoples’ health (The Lancet–Lowitja Institute Global Collaboration): a population study. The Lancet. 2016;388(10040):131-57.

Avango D. Acting artefacts: on the meanings of material culture in Antarctica.” In Antarctica and the Humanities. In: Peder Roberts P, Howkins A, Van der W L-M, editors. Antarctica and the Humanities. London: Palgrave Macmillan; 2016. p. 159-79.

Avango D. Att konstruera naturresurser : industriella framtidsvisioner om Svalbard 1870-1930. Ottar. 2016;131(2):41-9.

Avango D, Roberts P. Resource extraction and sustainable arctic communities. TICCIH bulletin / The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage. 2016;71:12.

Balto A, Sköld P. Saami research. In: Olsson M-O, Backman F, Elenius L, editors. Encyclopedia of the Barents Region Vol 2, N-Y. 2. Oslo: Pax; 2016. p. 289-91.

Carson DB, Carson D. Mobilities and path dependence: challenges for tourism and “attractive” industry development in a remote company town. . In: Carson D, Carson DB, Lundmark L, editors. Tourism, mobilities, and development in sparsely populated areas. Abingdon: Abingdon : Routledge; 2016. p. 460 – 79.

Carson DB, Carson D, Lundmark L. Tourism and mobilities in sparsely populated areas: towards a framework and research agenda. . In: Carson D, Carson DB, Lundmark L, editors. Tourism, mobilities, and development in sparsely populated areas. Abingdon: Abingdon : Routledge; 2016. p. 1-14.

Carson DB, Carson DA, Nordin G, Sköld P. Lessons from the Arctic past: The resource cycle, hydro energy development, and the human geography of Jokkmokk, Sweden. Energy Research & Social Science. 2016;16:13-24.

Carson DB, Sköld P, Carson DA, Nilsson LM. The local demography of resource economies : long term implications of natural resource industries for demographic development in sparsely populated areas. In: Taylor  A, Carson DB, Saxinger G, editors. Settlements at the edge : remote human settlements in developed nations. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing; 2016. p. 357-78.

de la Barre S, Maher P, Dawson J, Hillmer-Pegram K, Huijbens E, Lamers M, et al. Tourism and Arctic Observation Systems: exploring the relationships. Polar Research. 2016;35.

Dubois A, Carson D. Placing northern development: The case of North Sweden. Local Economy: The Journal of the Local Economy Policy Unit. 2016;31(7):795-811.

Eklund N. Oligarchy in Transition? The Potential of Military Privatization in Early 21st Century Russia2016. 370-97 p.

Geissler PW, Kelly AH, Sismondo S, Roberts P, Paglia E. Science as national belonging: The construction of Svalbard as a Norwegian space. Social Studies of Science. 2016;46(6):894-911.

Goodsite M, Bertelsen R, Cassotta Pertoldi-Bianchi S, Ren J, van der Watt L-M, Johannsson H. The role of science diplomacy: a historical development and international legal framework of arctic research stations under conditions of climate change, post-cold war geopolitics and globalization/power transition. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. 2016;6(4):645-61.

Hacquebord L, Avango D. Industrial heritage sites in Spitsbergen (Svalbard), South Georgia and the Antarctic Peninsula: Sources of historical information. Polar Science. 2016;10(3):433-40.

Jakobson L, Melvin N. The new Arctic governance. Jakobson L, Melvin N, Sipri, editors. Oxford: Oxford : Oxford University Press; 2016.

Keskitalo ECH, Juhola S, Baron N, Fyhn H, Klein J. Implementing Local Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Actions: The Role of Various Policy Instruments in a Multi-Level Governance Context. Climate. 2016;4(1).

Hillmer-Pegram, K, de la Barre S, Maher P, Jackie D, Huijbens E, Lamers M, et al. Arctic Tourism Should be used as a Vehicle for Arctic Observing Systems. Arctic Observing Summit, short statement. 2016 [Available from: http://www.arcticobservingsummit.org/sites/arcticobservingsummit.org/files/Hillmer-Pegram%20et%20al_REVISEDRC-Tourism%20%20AOS%20short%20statement_AOS%20%202016_REVISED-FORMATTED.pdf.

Kjellsson A, Sörlin S. Kvinnor i jakten. In: Danell K, editor. Jaktens historia i Sverige : vilt, människa, samhälle, kultur. Första upplagan. ed: Stockholm : Liber; 2016. p. 145-55.

Klimenko E. Ruslands politik i Arktis. Udenrigs [Internet]. 2016; 1(2016):[38-45 pp.]. Available from: http://udenrigs.dk/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/20161.pdf.

Klimenko E. Russia’s Arctic security policy: Still quiet in the High North? . SIPRI Policy Paper No 45 [Internet]. 2016. Available from: https://www.sipri.org/publications/2016/sipri-policy-papers/russias-arctic-security-policy-still-quiet-high-north

Larsson L, Keskitalo ECH, Åkermark J. Climate Change Adaptation and Vulnerability Planning within the Municipal and Regional System: Examples from Northern Sweden. Journal Of Northern Studies. 2016;10(1):67-90.

Leu TC, Müller DK. Maintaining inherited occupations in changing times: the role of tourism among reindeer herders in northern Sweden. Polar Geography. 2016;39(1):40-57.

Müller DK. On the Location of Tourism: An Outlook from Europe’s Northern Periphery. 2016. p. 113-24.

Nilsson AE. Signals From the Arctic: Security Concerns Beyond Historic Experience – Part 1 [Internet]. The German Marshall Fund of the United states. 2016. Available from: http://www.gmfus.org/blog/2016/09/19/signals-arctic-security-concerns-beyond-historic-experience-part-1.

Nilsson AE. Signals From the Arctic: Security Concerns Beyond Historic Experience – Part 2 [Internet]. The German Marshall Fund of the United states. 2016. Available from: http://www.gmfus.org/blog/2016/09/19/signals-arctic-security-concerns-beyond-historic-experience-part-2.

Paglia E. The Northward Course of the Anthropocene : Transformation, Temporality and Telecoupling in a Time of Environmental Crisis [Doctoral thesis, comprehensive summary]. Stockholm: KTH Royal Institute of Technology; 2016. Available from: http://fhs.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:890480/FULLTEXT01.pdf

Pashkevich A, Stjernström O, Lundmark L. Nature-based tourism, conservation and institutional governance: a case study from the Russian Arctic. The Polar Journal. 2016;6(1):112-30.

Petrov AN, Burnsilver S, Chapin FS, Fondahl G, Graybill J, Keil K, et al. Arctic sustainability research: toward a new agenda. Polar Geography. 2016;39(3):165-78.

Roberts P, Jørgensen D. Animals as instruments of Norwegian imperial authority in the interwar Arctic. Journal for the History of Environment and Society. 2016;1(1):65-87.

Sköld P. Sjukdomar och död. In: Axelsson P, Engberg E, Lantto P, Wisselgren M, editors. Samiska rötter: släktforska i svenska Sápmi. Solna: Solna : Sveriges släktforskarförbund; 2016.

Svensson D. Scientizing performance in endurance sports: The emergence of ‘rational training’ in cross-country skiing, 1930-1980: Framväxten av “rationell träning” för längdskidåkning, 1930-1980. 2016.

Svensson D, Sörlin S. Science, sport and landscape : The development of high-altitude training methods after 1945. 2016.

Sörlin S. Do Glaciers Speak?: The political aesthetics of vo/ice. In: Thorpe J, Rutherford S, Sandberg A, editors. Methodological Challenges in Nature-Culture and Environmental History Research. New York: Routledge; 2016. p. 13-30.

Tano S, Pettersson Ö, Stjernström O. Labour income effects of the recent “mining boom” in northern Sweden. Resources Policy. 2016;49:31-40.

Wezeman ST. Military capabilities in the Arctic: A new cold war in the High North? Background paper [Internet]. 2016. Available from: https://www.sipri.org/publications/2016/sipri-background-papers/military-capabilities-arctic.

 

2015

Avango D. Spetsbergen och sveriges roll i den globala resurskolonialismen. Ymer. 2015;135:151-76.

Eklund N. Vision Impossible?: Some aspects of the current Russian debates about the military sciences. Journal On Baltic Security. 2015;1(1):71-84.

Höhler S. Myths of Spatial Conquest : Air and Sea Between Obscurity and Enlightenment. In: Hoffmann K, Mehrtens H, Wenk S, editors. Myths, Gender and the Military Conquest of Air and Sea. Oldenburg: BIS Oldenburg; 2015. p. 113-29.

Jürisoo M, Nilsson AE. Global context of mineral resources in northern Europe: geopolitical and sustainability dynamics2015. Available from: https://www.sei-international.org/mediamanager/documents/Publications/NEW/sei-db-north-europe-minerals.pdf.

Kalemeneva E. Vague Borders: Blurred But Still There. 2015. Available from: http://www.secondworldurbanity.org/second-world-urbanity-2/vague-borders-blurred-but-still-there/.

Keskitalo ECH. The role of discourse analysis in understanding spatial systems”. In: Jensen LC, Honneland G, editors. Handbook of the Politics of the Arctic. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing; 2015. p. 826-50.

Keskitalo ECH, Nuttall M. Globalization of the “Arctic”. In: Evengård B, Nymand Larsen J, Paasche Ø, editors. The new Arctic. Cham: Springer; 2015. p. 175-87.

Klimenko E. Russia and the Arctic: an end to cooperation? Essay [Internet]. 2015. Available from: https://www.sipri.org/commentary/essay/2015/russia-and-arctic-end-cooperation.

Klimenko E. US leadership in the Arctic Council: What choices does the USA have?2015. Available from: https://www.sipri.org/commentary/expert-comment/wed-04-22-2015-14-00/22-apr-2015-us-leadership-arctic-council-what-choices-does-usa-have.

Klimenko E. Arctic Council Gets New Leader: what choice will Washington make? RIAC 2015.

Klimenko E. Russia’s Evolving Arctic Strategy: Drivers, Challenges and New Opportunities. SIPRI Policy Paper no 42 [Internet]. 2015. Available from: https://www.sipri.org/publications/2014/sipri-policy-papers/russias-evolving-arctic-strategy-drivers-challenges-and-new-opportunities.

Müller DK. Issues in Arctic tourism. In: Evengård B, Nymand Larsen J, Paasche Ø,  editors. The New Arctic. Heidelberg: Springer Berlin/Heidelberg; 2015. p. 147-58.

Nilsson AE, Carlsen H, van der Watt L-M. Uncertain Futures : The Changing Global Context of the European Arctic : Report of a Scenario-building Workshop in Pajala, Sweden. SEI working paper [Internet]. 2015 2015:[41 p.]. Available from: http://www.sei-international.org/publications?pid=2833

Pettersson M, Oksanen A, Mingaleva T, Petrov V, Masloboev V. License to Mine: A Comparison of the Scope of the Environmental Assessment in Sweden, Finland and Russia. Natural Resources. 2015;6:237-55.

Roberts P, van der Watt L-M. On past, present and future Arctic expeditions. In: Evengård B, Nymand Larsen J, Paasche Ø, editors. The New Arctic. Springer Verlag: Springer International Publishing; 2015. p. 57-68.

Sköld, Sandström, Bolaane. Under the same sun : parallel issues and mutual challenges for San and Sami peoples and research. Sköld P, Sandström M, Bolaane M, Umeå universitet. Centrum för samisk f, editors. Umeå: Umeå : Vaartoe/Centre for Sami Research CeSam; 2015.

Sköld P. Perpetual adaption? : challanges for the Sami and reindeer husbandry in Sweden. In: Evengård B, Nymand Larsen J, Paasche Ø, editor. The new Arctic. Cham: Springer; 2015. p. 39-55.

Sköld P, Nordin G. Metodologiska utmaningar vid studier av urfolk i en nordisk kontext. In: Paul P, Torill N, editors. City-Saami : Same i byen eller bysame? Skandinaviske byer i et samisk perspektiv. Kárášjohka: ČálliidLágádusas; 2015. p. 31-57.

Sköld P, Sandström M, Bolaane M. Epilogue. In: Sköld P, Sandström M, Bolaane M, Umeå universitet. Centrum för samisk f, editors. Under the same sun : parallel issues and mutual challenges for San and Sami peoples and research. Umeå: Umeå : Vaartoe/Centre for Sami Research CeSam; 2015. p. 193-7.

Sköld P, Sandström M, Bolaane M. Introduction. In: Sköld P, Sandström M, Bolaane M, Umeå universitet. Centrum för samisk f, editors. Under the same sun : parallel issues and mutual challenges for San and Sami peoples and research. Umeå: Umeå : Vaartoe/Centre for Sami Research CeSam; 2015. p. 1-16.

Sköld P, Sandström M, Bolaane M. The two faces of culture – Sami participation during the European Capital of Culture 2014 project In: Sköld P, Sandström M, Bolaane M, Umeå universitet. Centrum för samisk f, editors. Under the same sun : parallel issues and mutual challenges for San and Sami peoples and research. Umeå: Umeå : Vaartoe/Centre for Sami Research CeSam; 2015. p. 51-60.

Sommerkorn M, Nilsson AE. Governance of Arctic Ecosystem Services. 2015. In: The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) Scoping Study for the Arctic [Internet]. [51-76]. Available from: https://oaarchive.arctic-council.org/handle/11374/1321?show=full.

Svensson D, Sörlin S. Science, sport et environnement: Le développement des techniques d’entraînement en altitude depuis 19452015. 193-212 p.

Svensson D, Sörlin S, Wormbs N. The movement heritage : Scale, place, and pathscapes in Anthropocene tourism. In: Martin G, Edward H, editors. Tourism and the Anthropocene. London: Routledge; 2015. p. 131-51.

Söderholm K, Söderholm P, Helenius H, Pettersson M, Viklund R, Masloboev V, et al. Environmental regulation and competitiveness in the mining industry: Permitting processes with special focus on Finland, Sweden and Russia. Resources Policy. 2015;43:130-42.

Van der Watt L-M. Changing climate, changing weather : a factsheet on environmental change in the Barents Region. Umeå; 2015 2015. Report No.: 978-91-7601-369-4 (ISBN) Contract No.: 3.

Wråkberg U. The Path-dependence of Russia’s Northern Industry and Some Aspects of Its Future Development. In: Goldin V, Troshina T, editors. International Relations in the European North and in the Arctic in the First Quarter of the 20th Century: Historical Experience and Contemporary Times: Northern (Arctic) Federal University in Archangelsk; 2015. p. 304-13.

Wråkberg U. The Politics of Place Names: A Summation. 2015. In: Proceedings of a Workshop on the Historic Place Names of Franz Josef Land: Oslo,Norway, 12-13 May 2015 [Internet]. Tromsø: University Library and Department of Anthropology, Penn State University. Available from: http://septentrio.uit.no/index.php/SCS/issue/view/303.

Wråkberg U. The Loss of Built Heritage in Northern Norway during WWII and the Failing Interest to Restore It in the Official Post-War Rebuilding Policy”, . In: Zhigunova G, editor. Social Development of Northern Territories in Russia and Foreign Countries: Experience, Challenges, Prospects Murmansk: Murmansk State Humanities University. p. 257-62.

 

2014

Avango D, Grönlund-Myrberg L. Falun copper mine – industrial heritage in mining futures. In: Albrecht H, Hansell F, editors. Industrial and Mining Landscapes within world heritage context. Freiberg: IWTG/TU Bergakademie Freiberg; 2014. p. 142-53.

Byström J, Müller DK. Tourism labor market impacts of national parks: the case of Swedish Lapland. Zeitschrift Für Wirtschaftsgeographie. 2014;58(2-3):115-26.

Höhler S. Die Weltmeere: Science und Fiction des Unerschöpflichen in Zeiten neuer Wachstumsgrenzen. Geschichte Und Gesellschaft. 2014;40(3):437-51.

Müller DK, Brouder P. Dynamic development or destined to decline? : The case of arctic tourism businesses and local labour markets in Jokkmokk, Sweden. In: Viken A, Granås B, editors. Tourism Destination Development: turns and tactics. Farnham, UK: Ashgate; 2014. p. 227-44.

Nilsson AE. Hållbar utveckling som norm och politiskt verktyg. In: Torgny N, editor. Miljöpolitikens spelplan: rapport från Miljöforskningsberedningen. Stockholm: Fritzes; 2014. p. 221-30.

Nordin G, Sköld P. The complex fertility of indigenous Sami and non-reindeer-herding settlers in Jokkmokk 1815–1895. Polar Geography. 2014;37(2):157-76.

Pashkevich A, Stjernström O. Making Russian Arctic accessible for tourists: analysis of the institutional barriers. Polar Geography. 2014;37(2):1-20.

Robin L, Avango D, Keogh L, Möllers N, Scherer B, Trischler H. Three galleries of the Anthropocene. The Anthropocene Review. 2014;1(3):207-24.

Schweitzer P, Sköld P, Ulturgasheva O. Cultures and identities. 2014. In: Arctic human development report: regional processes and global linkages [Internet]. Copenhagen: Copenhagen : Nordic Council of Ministers. Available from: http://arcticjournal.com/sites/default/files/fulltext03.pdf.

Vlakhov A. Resursy v rossiiskoi chasti Barentseva Evro-Arkticheskogo regiona kak marker identichnosti (In English: Resources in the Russian part of the Barents Euro-Arctic Region as an identity marker). In: Davydov DVA, editor. Sibirskii Sbornik – 4 Grani sotsial’nogo: Antropologicheskie perspektivy issledovaniia sotsialnykh otnoshenii i kul’tury. St. Petersburg2014. p. 189-99.

Vlakhov A. Regional’naia identichnost v rossiiskoi chasti Barentseva Evro-Arkticheskogo regiona (In English: Identities in the Russian North within the framework of the Barents Euro-Arctic Region). In: Belokurova Y, Nozhenko M, editors. vzglyad rossiiskikh issledovatelei (In English: Made in Europe: Russian researchers’ insight). 2. St Petersburg, Russia: Norma; 2014. p. 1511-184.

Vlakhov A. Review of: Anna Sirina. Evenki and Evens in the Modern World: Self-Consciousness, Nature Management and World View. Vostochnaia literatura, 2012 // Antropologichesky Forum (Forum for Anthropology and Culture). 2014;23:269–76.