Bilde av Junka-Aikio, Laura
Bilde av Junka-Aikio, Laura
The Arctic University Museum of Norway laura.o.junka-aikio@uit.no Tromsø

Laura Junka-Aikio


Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellow (INREPOSA); Project Leader (NESAR)


  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Whose settler colonial state? Arctic Railway, state transformation and settler self-indigenization in Northern Finland
    Postcolonial Studies 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Toxic speech, political self-Indigenization and the ethics and politics of critique: Notes from Finland
    Routledge 2022
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Jäämerenrata, pohjoiset identiteetit ja nykykolonialismi
    Gaudeamus 2022
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Self-Indigenization, Sámi Research, and the Political Contexts of Knowledge Production
    Routledge 2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio, Jukka Nyyssönen, Veli-Pekka Lehtola :
    Sámi Research in Transition - Introduction
    Routledge 2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Indigenous Culture Jamming: Suohpanterror and the Art of Articulating a Sámi Political Community
    University of British Columbia Press 2021
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Institutionalization, neo-politicization and the politics of defining Sámi research
    Acta Borealia 2019 ARKIV / DOI
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Institutionalization, neo-politicization and the politics of defining Sami research
    Acta Borealia 2019 DOI
  • Laura Junka-Aikio, Jukka Nyyssönen, Veli-Pekka Lehtola :
    Sámi Research in Transition: Knowledge, Politics and Social Change
    Routledge 2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Race-Shifting, Self-Indigenization: Transnational Perspectives.
    2022
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Sámi Research in Transition: Introduction
    2022
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Indigenous Culture Jamming: Suohpanterror and the Art of Articulating a Sámi Political Community
    2022
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Opening words
    2022
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Arctic Ocean Railway, indigenous identity appropriation and the politics of settler colonial knowledge production in Finland
    2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Kuva kolonialismista nyky-Suomessa
    Politiikasta.fi 25. October 2021 FULLTEKST
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    KEYNOTE LECTURE: Whose Settler Colonialism? Indigeneity, hinterland communities and the Arctic Ocean Railway. Session II: Who gets to tell the Arctic stories?
    2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    KEYNOTE LECTURE: Confessions of a bordering actor, vol. 2: On the politics and ethics of vision, visualization and scholarship in Gaza and Northern Finland.
    2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Settler self-Indigenization: concept, politics and theory
    2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio, Darryl Leroux, Circe Sturm, Veli-Pekka Lehtola, Sandi Wemigwase, Kawennakon Bonnie Whitlow et al.:
    ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: The (Recent) Settler Turn to Indigeneity: Indigenous Self-Determination and the Challenge of “Race Shifting”
    2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Toxic speech, political self-Indigenization and the ethics and politics of critique: notes from Finland
    2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio, Circe Sturm, Suzanne Ingram, Victoria Grieve-Williams, Darryl Leroux :
    ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: Race-shifting in settler nations: idiosyncratic individuals, settler colonial appropriation, identity fraud
    2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Whose Settler Colonial State? The Arctic Railway, Hinterland Communities and Self-indigenization in Northern Finland
    2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Self-Indigenization, Sámi Research and the Political Contexts of Knowledge Production
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    The politics of identity and affect in online hate speech targeting the Sámi
    2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    Ten problems faced by a Sámi who studies her own community
    Routledge 2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio, Kaija Anttonen :
    From research on Sámi handicraft to duodji research
    Routledge 2021
  • Laura Junka-Aikio :
    DISCUSSANT for the panel Local and global resistance and adaption to extractive industries
    2020
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    SHORT ARTICLE: Hvorfor utgir hvite personer seg for å være svarte?
    Forskning.no 2020
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Sámi Research in Transition: a book talk
    2020
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Dearvva! Tiõrv! Tiervâ! - Anarâškielâlâš wikipedia, Laura Junka-Aikio artikkâl já uđđâ koronaravvuuh
    15. October 2020
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Camping in Gaza
    Women Photographers from The AmberSide Collection 2019
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Race-Shifting and Indigenous Research: the Case of Sámi Research in Finland
    2019
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Decolonisation, institutionalization and Arctification – on the politics of contemporary Sámi research
    2019
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Rountable talk in a session titled "Encountering Indigenous thought and practice: Dialogue, inclusion, appropriation?"
    2019
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Extractivism, Indigenous rights and inter-ethnic tension in Northern Finland - the case of the Arctic Corridor
    2019
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Politics, Knowledge and Protest at the Finnish-Russian Borderlands: The Case of the Arctic Corridor
    2018
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Indigenous Culture Jamming: Suohpanterror and the art of articulating a Sámi political community
    2018
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Institutionalisation, Neopoliticisation and the politics of defining "Sami research"
    2018
  • Laura Orvokki Junka-Aikio :
    Everybody's Sami Research: Institutionalisation, Neo-politicisation and the problem of defining a research field ethico-politically
    2018

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