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Leder
(side 4-5)
av Ingjerd Hoëm og Christian Krohn-Hansen
Innledning
(side 6-15)
av Gro B. Ween og Rune Flikke
Nature as practice: nature in recent Norwegian anthropological theoryThe article provides a framework for this issue of NAT by outlining recent theoretical approaches to environmental anthropology. The ‘performative turn’ in ...
(side 16-26)
av Marianne Elisabeth Lien
A common response to displacement is to introduce elements from a remembered place thought of as ‘home’. This explains the urge among colonial settlers of the 19th century to transform ...
(side 28-43)
av Rolf David Ramslien
In this article I argue for the necessity of reading new meanings into the concept of anthropomorphism. I both draw on and criticize Kay Milton (2005a) who argues that «anthropomorphism ...
(side 44-56)
av Stine Rybråten
«We are Qeqertarsuarmiut»: Nature relations and local belonging among women in Qeqertarsuaq, western Greenland Living conditions, ways of life, and world views have changed since the time that intimate knowledge ...
(side 57-68)
av Anne-Katrine Brun Norbye
A taste of place, a taste of freedom and nature. Memories, perceptions and emotions in the (re)-construction of place Places are analysed as both physical localities and socio-cultural ...
(side 69-77)
av Sofia Josefine Spjuth og Marianne Elisbeth Lien
«Invisible» landscape Both snow and wind, separately or together, can isolate as well as invite to social life and dwelling in the landscape, as it often does in Båtsfjord. The ...
(side 79-94)
av Gunnvor Berge
Prescription and standardization: On the dominant role of law and economy in multilateral environmental negotiations In this article, the author argues that law and economy are the two dicsiplines that ...
(side 95-108)
av Gro B. Ween
This article analyses a conflict ignited in course of the production a new type of Norwegian nature; a national park designed according to guidelines of the New Country Plan for ...
Fremveksten av norsk sosialantropologi
Bokomtaler
(side 117-129)
av Øyvind Eikrem, Aud Talle, Pia Lane, Jan-Kåre Breivik, Ada Engebrigtsen og Anne Kathrine Larsen
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