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Publications in Scientific Journals and Antologies




  • Heimtun, B. (2021). Single women and holidaymaking. In Correia,  A. & Dolnicar,  S. (eds), Women’s voices in tourism research: Contributions to knowledge and letters to future generations (Chapter 34).

  • Sand, S.A. & Vordal, T. (2021). ‘Northern, not Nordic noir’: A Norwegian case study on crime series and strategies for transnational television. Journal of Scandinavian Cinema 11(2):157-176. DOI: 10.1386/jsca_00045_1

  • Kramvig, B. & Avango, D. (2021). The multiple landscapes of Biedjovággi: Ontological conflicts on indigenous land. Polar Record 57. DOI:

  • Kramvig, B. & Kvidal-Røvik, T. (2021). Samisk design som kreative mellomrom. In Gran, A.B. & Olsen, B.E. (Eds.), Lokal, digital og kreativ næring: Perspektiver og eksempler på nærings- og samfunnsutvikling i Norge (pp. 202-217, Chapter 11). Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.

  • Guttorm, H., Kantonen, L., Kramvig, B., & Pyhälä, A. (2021). Decolonized Research-Storying: Bringing Indigenous Ontologies and Care into the Practices of Research Writing. In P. K. Virtanen, P. Keskitalo, & T. Olsen (Eds.), Indigenous Research Methodologies in Sámi and Nordic Contexts. Brill Sense.

  • Kvidal-Røvik, T. (2021). Toy discourses in “the most gender equal country in the world.” In Hains, R.C. & Jennings, N.A. (Eds.), The Marketing of Children’s Toys: Critical Perspectives on Children’s Consumer Culture (pp. 223-242). Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Maher, P., Jóhannesson, G.Þ., Kvidal-Røvik, T., Müller, D., Rantala, O. (2021), Touring the Arctic: Shades of grey towards a sustainable future. In Natcher, D. and Koivurova,T. (Eds.), Renewable Economies in the Arctic. Routledge. ISBN 9781032000305


  • Øyen, G. (2020). Det «nye» kvenske hjemmet? Kunstprosjekt som musealt brudd. Norsk museumstidsskrift, 6(2), 101-116. 10.18261/issn.2464-2525-2020-02-04 ER
  • Sand, S. A. (2020). Creative clusters – urban utopia or regional remedy? A Nordic perspective on the role of the creative industries in regional development. Nordic Journal of Media Studies, 2, 109–120.
  • Kramvig, B. (2020). Landskap som hjem. Norsk antropologisk tidsskrift, 31(1-02), 88-102. 10.18261/issn.1504-2898-2020-01-02-08 ER
  • Kvidal-Røvik, T. & Cordes, A. (2020). Into the Unknown [Amas Mu Vuordá]? Listening to Indigenous Voices on the Meanings of Disney’s Frozen 2 [Jikŋon 2]. Journal of International and Intercultual Communication.
  • Chow, P. S., & Sand, S. A. (2020). Regional screen ecosystems at the peripheries: Production and talent development in Tromsø and Aarhus. Journal of Scandinavian Cinema, 10(2).
  • Kramvig, B., Ren, C. Jóhannesson, G.T., Pashkevich, A. & Höckert, E. (2020). 20 years of research on Arctic and Indigenous cultures in Nordic tourism: A review and future research agenda.Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism. ISSN 1502-2250.s doi:
  • Andreasen, S.M. (2020). Moral economies of exclusion: politics of fear through antagonistic anonymity. Global Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Current Affairs 2-3, 347-366.

  • Angell, E., Nygaard, V. & Selle, P. (2020). Industrial developmentin the North – Sámi interests squeezed between globalization and tradition. Acta Borealia.

  • Heimtun, B. & Jacobsen, J.K.S. (2020). Withstanding winter vulnerabilities: A way of life in a northern seaside community. Journal of Rural Studies 79, 197-204.

  • Mathisen, S. R. (2020). Souvenirs and the Commodification of Sámi Spirituality in Tourism. Religions, 11(9), 429.

  • Hermansen, N., & Olsen, K. (2020). Learning the Sámi language outside of the Sámi core area in Norway. Acta Borealia, 1-15.

  • Jæger, K. (2020). Event start-ups as catalysts for place, sport and tourism development: Moment scapes and geographical considerations. Sport in Society, 23(1), 40-55.

  • Kramvig, B., & Førde, A. (2020). Stories of reconciliation enacted in the everyday lives of Sámi tourism entrepreneurs. Acta Borealia, 1-16.

  • Kramvig, B., & Verran, H. (2020). Stories, stones, and memories in the land of dormant reciprocity: Opening up Possibilities for Reconciliation with a politics that works tensions of dissensus and consensus with care. I JE Henriksen, I. Hydle & B. Kramvig (Red.). Recognition, Reconciliation and Restoration: Applying a Postcolonial Understanding in Social Work and Healing.



  • White, P., Morgan, N., Pritchard, A. & Heimtun, B. (2019). Framing the land of the Northern Lights. Annals of Tourism Research 78, doi: 10.1016/j.annals.2019.06.006.
  • Henriksen, J. E., Hydle, I. M. & Kramvig, B. (2019). Applying a Decolonized Understanding in Healing Processes. ISBN 978-82-8104-392-3.
  • Olsen, K. (2019). Indigenous tourism and the Barents Euro-Arctic Region (BEAR). Arktika i Sever [Arctic and North], 34, 35-45. DOI: 10.17238/issn2221-2698.2019.34.44

  • Jæger, K. (2019). Tourists and Communities in Rural Festival Encounters: A mutually beneficial relationship? PhD-avhandling. Stavanger: UiS.
  • Heimtun, B. (2019). Holidays with aging parents: pleasures, duties and constraints. Annals of Tourism Research 76(May), 129-139.
  • Sand, S. A. (2019). Indigenous Television for the Majority: Analyzing NRK Sapmi’s Muitte Mu (Remember Me). Television & New Media, 1-15.

  • Sand, S. A. (2019). Small places, universal stories. Diversity, film policy and the geographical dimension of filmmaking. Nordisk kulturpolitisk tidsskrift 22(1), 8-25.

  • Kvidal-Røvik, T. & Jæger, K. (2019). Cultural sites of tension in the Iditarod of Alaska. In Wise, N. & Harris, J. (Eds.), Events, Places and Societies (pp. 143-155). London, New York: Routledge.

  • Jæger, K. (2019). Event start-ups as catalysts for place, sport and tourism development: Momentscapes and geographical considerations. Sport in Society, DOI: 10.1080/17430437.2018.1555218


  • Andersen, A.-M. & Olsen, K. (2018). Det stikker så smertelig, spesielt når man forsøker. Norskspråklighet i samiske kjerneområder. Norsk pedagogisk tidsskrift 102(1), 49 - 60.
  • Brattland, C., Kramvig, B. and Verran, H. (2018). Doing Indigenous Methodologies: Toward a Practice of the “Careful Partial Participant” ab-Original 2(1), 74-96.
  • Kramvig, B. & Flemmen, A. B. (2018). Turbulent indigenous objects: Controversies around cultural appropriation and recognition of difference. Journal of Material Culture.

  • Rantala, O., Hallikainen, V., Ilola. H. & Tuulentie, S. (2018). The Softening of Adventure Tourism in Finnish Lapland. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism 18(4), 1-19.

  • Rantala, O. & Tuulentie, S. (2018). On the beaten track: How do narratives from organised hiking differ from “real” hiking narratives? In Hall, C.M., Ram, Y. & Shoval, N. (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Walking. Routledge.

  • Granås, B. (2018). Destinizing Finnmark: Place making through dogsledding. Annals of Tourism Research 72, 48-57.

  • Kvidal-Røvik, T. (2018). Nature Articulations in Norwegian Advertising Discourse: A Depoliticized Discourse of Climate Change. Environmental Communication.

  • Kvidal-Røvik, T. (2018). The Meaning of a Feminist T-Shirt. Social Media, Postmodern Aesthetics, and the Potential for Sociopolitical Change. Media & Communication, special issue on Media, Globalization and Social Change.

  • Andersen, A.M. & Olsen, K. (2018). «Det stikker så smertelig, spesielt når man forsøker….» Norsk pedagogisk tidsskrift 102(01), 49-60.

  • Sand, S. (2018). Supporting ‘Film Cultural Peripheries’? The dilemmas of regional film policy in Norway. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 24(1), 85-102.


  • Bursta, B. (2017) Negotiating Sami Place and Identity: Do Scottish Traditions Help Sami to be More Sami? I Y.-S. Lee, D. Weaver & N. Prebensen (red.) Arctic Tourism Experiences. Production, Consumption and Sustainability, 48-55. Wallingford: CABI.

  • Førde, A. & Kramvig, B. (2017) Creative Industries as a Base for Local Development: The Challenges of Planning for the Un-known. I A. Hamdouch, T. Nyseth, C. Demaziere, A. Førde, J. Serrano, & N. Aarsæther (red.) Creative approaches to planning and local development Insight from small and medium size towns, 81-97. London: Routledge.

  • Heimtun, B. & B. Lovelock (2017) Communicating Paradox: Uncertainty and the Northern Lights. Tourism Management, 61: 63-69.

  • Heimtun, B. (2017) Spending the Holidays at Home: Midlife Single Women’s Experiences. I C. Khoo-Lattimore & E. Wilson (red.) Women and Travel: Historic and Contemporary Perspectives, 201-219. Toronto: Apple Academic Press.

  • Jæger, K. & Mathisen, L. (2017) Co-creation in events: values of volunteers and volunteer tourists at Iditarod in Alaska and the Finnmark Race in Norway. I A. Benson & N. Wise (red.) International Sport Volunteering - where are we now?, 21-38. Routledge.

  • Kramvig, B. & Methi, H. (2017) Stories of Hope: The Dark ecology journeys. I R. van der Dun, C. Ren & G.T. Johannesson (red.) Co-creating Tourism Research. Towards Collaborative Ways of Knowing. Routledge.

  • Kramvig, B. (2017) Orientalism or cultural encounters? Tourism assembling culture, capital, and identities. I A. Viken & D. Müller (red.) Tourism and Indigeneity in the Arctic, 50-71. Bristol: Channel View Publications.

  • Kvidal-Røvik, T. (2017) A gender perspective on discourses of industry development in a sparsely populated northern Norwegian community. Journal of Rural and Community Development, in print.

  • Mathisen, S. R. (2017) Northern Lights Experiences in the Arctic Dark: Old Imaginaries and New Tourism Narratives. I Y.-S. Lee, D.B. Weaver & N.K. Prebensen (red.) Arctic Tourism Experiences: Production, Consumption and Sustainability, 67-78. Wallingford/Boston: CABI 2017.

  • Mathisen, S. R. (2017) Mellom borealisme og orientalisme. Fortellinger og forestillinger om ‘de andre’ i nordlysturismen. Tidsskrift for kulturforskning 16 (2/2017): 55-70. Oslo: Novus forlag.

  • Mathisen, S. R. (2017) The Three Burials of Aslak Hætta and Mons Somby. Repatriation Narratives and Ritual Performances. Museum Worlds: Advances in Research 5 (2017): 22-34.

  • Olsen, K. (2017) Authenticity as a Concept in Tourism Research. I R. Sharpley (red.) Tourist Experience. Critical concepts in Tourism. Vol. 1, 159-182. London: Routledge.

  • Olsen, K. (2017) What does the Siedi Do? Tourism as a Part of a Continued Tradition? I A. Viken& D. Müller (red.) Arctic Indigenous Tourism, 225-245. London: Channel View Publications.

  • Olsen, K. (2017) Indigenous tourism and the Barents Region. I U. Wråkberg, O.Ivanishcheva& P. Høgseth (red.) High North Crossroads: Nordic-Russian Tourism, Heritage and Borderland Politics. Murmansk: MASU.

  • Olsen, K. (2017) World Heritage List = Tourism Attractiveness? In Y.-S. Lee, D. Weaver & N. Prebensen (red.) Arctic Tourism Experiences. Production, Consumption and Sustainability, 48- 55. Wallingford: CABI.

  • Sand, S. A. (2017). How to Succeed with Film Production in the Regions? A Study of Key Success Factors in the Norwegian Regional Film Business. Nordicom Review, 38(1), 113-125.

  • Sand, S.A. (2017) Voices From the Peripheries. A Study of the Regional Film- and Television Business in Norway. PhD-avhandling. Lillehammer/Trondheim: Høgskolen i Innlandet/NTNU.

  • Sand, S.A. (2017) Different Places, Different Stories? The Importance of Place in Regional Film and Television Production. I E. Bakøy, R. Puijk & A. Spicer (red.), Building Sustainable and Successful Film and Television Businesses: A Cross-National Perspective, 89-107. Bristol: Intellect Ltd. S.


  • Heimtun, B. and Viken, A. (2016). Nordlysturismen – en institusjonelt betinget utvikling? In A. Viken (ed.) Turisme. Destinasjonsutvikling, 175-197. Oslo: Gyldendal.

  • Sand, S. A. (2016). Hvordan lykkes med spillefilmproduksjon i regionene? En analyse av to selskaper. In E. Bakøy, T. Helseth, & R. Puijk (Eds.), Bak kamera: Norsk film og TV i et produksjonsperspektiv (pp. 93-106). Vallset: Oplandske Bokforlag.
  • Heimtun, B. (2016). Emotions and Affects at Work on Northern Lights Tours. Hospitality & Society, 6(3): 223-241.

  • Jæger, K. & Olsen, K (2016). On Commodification: Volunteer Experiences in Festivals. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, DOI: 10.1080/14766825.2016.1168827.

  • Kvidal-Røvik, T. & Olsen, K. (2016). Pådriver, bremsekloss eller irrelevant? Utviklingsprosesser i nord og representasjoner av det samiske i norsk nasjonalpresse. In E. Angell, Eikeland, S. & P. Selle (Eds.), Nordområdene i endring - Urfolkspolitikk og utvikling. (pp. 323-342). Oslo: Fagbokforlaget.

  • Kvidal-Røvik, T. & Ljunggren, B. (2016). Governing gendered understandings of innovation: A discourse analysis of a national innovation policy programme. In Alsos, G., Hytti, U. & Ljunggren, E. (eds). Research Handbook on Gender and Innovation (pp. 189-213, Chapter 10). Cheltenham: Edward Edgar Publisher.

  • Kramvig, B. & Flemmen A.B. (2016) ‘What alters when the Sami traditional costume travels?’ Affective investments in the Sápmi, in Jonas Frykman and Maja Povrzanović Frykman, (eds.) Sensitive Objects: Affects and Material Culture, Lund: Nordic Academic Press. pp.179-199

  • Kramvig, B., Kristoffersen, B. & Førde, A. (2016), ‘ Responsible cohabitation in Arctic Waters. The Promise of a Spectacle touristic, in Abram, S. & K. A. Lund (eds.) Green Ice, Palgrave (in print)

  • Kramvig, B. & Pettersen, M. (2016). ‘Living land – Below as Above’, in Living Earth, Fieldnotes from the Dark Ecology Project, Amsterdam: Sonic Act Press pp.131-141

  • Kristoffersen, B., Norum, R. & Kramvig, B. (2016), ‘Arctic whale-watching and Anthropocene Ethics’, in Hujbens, Edward and Martin Gren (eds.), Tourism & the Anthropocene. London: Routledge, pp. 94-110.

  • Kramvig, B. & Verran, H. (2016), Gender and Indigeneity as Generative Differentiations - Reflections on Reconciliation, Violence and Storytelling in Sápmi Tidskrift for kjønnsforskning 3-4/2016 Side: 55- 66 DOI: 10.18261/issn.1891-1781-2016-03-04-05

  • Kramvig, B. & Førde, A. (2016), ‘Creative Industries as a Base for Local Development: The Challenges of Planning for the Un-known’, in Abdelillah Hamdouch, Torill Nyseth, Christophe Demaziere, Anniken Førde, Jose Serrano, Nils Aarsaether (eds), Creative approaches to planning and local development Insight from small and medium size towns, London: Routledge; pp.81-97.

  • Kramvig, B., Kristoffersen, B. & Førde, A. (2016), Responsible cohabitation in Arctic Waters. The Promise of a Spectacle touristic, in Abram, S. & K. A. Lund (eds.) Green Ice, Palgrave.

  • Olsen, K. (2016). Hva er det samiske? In Per Selle, Sveinung Eikeland og Eva Josefsen (red.). Hvordan påvirker samepolitikken utviklingsprosesser i nord? Oslo: Cappelen Akademisk Forlag.

  • Sletvold, O. (2016). Standardisering og kritisk masse. Destinasjonsutvikling med cruiseturisme. In A. Viken (ed.) Turisme. Destinasjonsutvikling, 175-197. Oslo: Gyldendal.


  • Abelsen, B. & Kvidal-Røvik, T. (2015). Organisering av destinasjonsmarkedsføring. In Ø. Jensen & K. Skallerud (Eds.), Innovativt og opplevelsesbasert verdiskaping i reiselivsnæringen (kap 16). Cappelen Damm.

  • Eira, S. S. (2015). In front of and behind the camera: Media images from Northern Norway. International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics11(3), 315-327.

  • Granås, B. (2015). Fra stedsteori til teori om sammenkastethet: Materialitet, historie og geografi i lesninger av hundekjøring i Norge. In M. Aure, N. Gunnerud Berg, J. Cruickshank & B. Dale (Eds.), Med sans for sted – nyere teorier (299-315). Oslo: Fagbokforlaget.

  • Jæger, K. & Kvidal-Røvik, T. (2015). “Du får som fortjent”: Destinasjonsmarkedsføring, eventer og sosiale medier. In Ellingsen, K.A & Blindheim, T. (Eds).  Regional merkevarebygging (kap 7). Oslo: Fagbokforlaget.

  • Kvidal-Røvik, T. (2015). Sted som retorikk: Et kritisk-retorisk perspektiv på sted. In M. Aure, N. Gunnerud Berg, J. Cruickshank & B. Dale (Eds.), Med sans for sted – nyere teorier (99-115). Oslo: Fagbokforlaget.

  • Kvidal-Røvik, T. (2015). Stedsforståelser og likestilling i arbeids- og næringsliv. In G.A.Alsos, H. Bjørkhaug, A.Bolsø & E. Ljunggren (Eds.), Kjønn og næringsliv i Norge (211-226). Oslo: Cappelen Damm forlag.

  • Kramvig, B. (2015). ‘Gifts of Dreams, Connecting to Sami Epistemic Practice’, in B. Miller (ed.), Traditional Sami Health and Healing Practices. Edmonton: Polynya Press/University of Alberta Press, 2015, pp. 183–209

  • Kramvig, B. & Førde, A. (2015). Sted, kunnskap og kreativitet. In M. Aure, N. Gunnerud Berg, J. Cruickshank & B. Dale (Eds.), Med sans for sted – nyere teorier. Oslo: Fagbokforlaget.

  • Mathisen S.R. (2015). Contextualizing Exhibited Versions of Sami Noaidevuohta. In: Kraft S.E., Fonneland T., Lewis J.R. (eds) Nordic Neoshamanisms. Palgrave Studies in New Religions and Alternative Spiritualities. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

  • Mathisen, S.R. (2015). “Constituting Scholarly Versions of a «Sámi Folk Medicine»: Research Practices in the Colonial Contact Zone.” In Barbara Miller (ed.): Patterns of Health and Healing among the Sámi. Patterns of Northern Traditional Healing vol. 2. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press.

  • Olsen, K. (2015). Samisk revitalisering som utgangspunkt for individuelle identitetsprosesser og politisk mobilisering i kyst og fjordstrøk i Finnmark. In Bjørn Bjerkli & Per Selle (eds) Den samepolitiske utviklingen på 2000-tallet. Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk.

  • Stien, K. & Kramvig, B. & Liabø, R. B. (2015). To be or not to be: Når å skrive er å skrive seg inn i et fellesskap. Fagbokforlaget. ISBN 978-82-450-1395-5


  • Abelsen, B., Eide, D., Kvidal, T. & Leenheer, A.S. (2014). Re-organizing destination marketing organizations. In G. Alsos, D. Eide & E.L. Madsen (Eds). Handbook of Research on Innovation in Tourism Industries.  Cheltenham: E. Elgar. 277-302. 

  • Granås, B. (2014).A place for whom? A place for what? The powers of destinization. In Tourism Destination Development. Turns and Tactics. Ashgate 2014 ISBN 978-1-4724-1658-2. s. 79-92

  • Johansson, L. B. & Olsen, K. (2014). Grensekryssing – studentutveksling som et springbrett ut i den store verden? In Arvid Viken & Bjarge S. Fors (eds.), Grenseliv. Tromsø:  Orkana Akademisk, pp. 71-82. ISBN 978-82-8104-235-3

  • Kramvig, B. (2014). Sted, stier, konflikt og forsoning. In Vit at jeg elsker deg, Orkana forlag.

  • Kvidal, T. & Ljunggren, E. (2014). Introducing gender in a policy programme: A Multi-level analysis of an innovation policy programme. The Journal of Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 32, 39-53. 

  • Mathisen, S.R. (2014). Nordlys, Magi, og Turisme. DIN: Religionsvitenskapelig tidsskrift 1, 69-92.

  • Mathisen, S.R. (2014). Trolldomskyndige samer i Norsk folkeminnesamling. I Esborg, L. & Johannesen, D. (Eds). En vild endevending av al virkelighet. Novus forlag.

  • Olsen, K. (2014). Kjønnsbetingede grensefortellinger. In Arvid Viken & Bjarge S. Fors (eds.), Grenseliv. Tromsø: Orkana Akademisk, pp. 129-144. ISBN 978-82-8104-235-3

  • Olsen, K. (2014). Reise og tverrkulturell kommunikasjon. In Jens K. Jacobsen & Arvid Viken (red.), Turisme – som fenomen og næring. Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk. 4. utgave.

  • Viken, A. & Granås, B. (2014). Dimensions of tourism destinations. In Viken, A. & Granås, B. (Eds): Tourism Destination Development. Turns and Tactics. Ashgate 2014 ISBN 978-1-4724-1658-2. s. 1-20




Kofta og jeg. Om å tråkle sammen en sjøsamisk familiehistorie (2023). Beate Bursta. Utenfor Allfarvei forlag.

Recognition, Reconciliation and Restoration: Applying a Decolonized Understanding in Social Work and Healing Processes (2020).
Edited by J. E. Henriksen, I. Hydle and B. Kramvig

Street Khoisan: On belonging, recognition and survival (2019).
Siv Øvernes. Unisa Press.

Tourism Destination Development. Turns and Tactics (2014).
Edited by A. Viken. and B. Granås.

Identities, Ethnicities and Borderzones: Examples from Finnmark, Northern Norway (2010).
K. Olsen


Academic Reports and articles:

Arctic Tourism in Times of Change: Uncertain Futures – From Overtourism to Re-starting Tourism (2022).
Jóhannesson, G.T., Welling, J., Müller, D.K., Lundmark, L., Nilsson, R.O., de la Barre, S., Granås, B., Kvidal-Røvik, T., Rantala, O., Tervo-Kankare, K. and Maher, P.

Kvenske perspektiver i samtidskunsten. Se Kunst Magasin (2022).
Gyrid Øyen

Fra tegl til tre - mangfold som maktskifte i museumsarkitekturen (2021).
Gyrid Øyen and Tord Øyen

Arctic tourism in times of change: Dimensions of Urban Tourism (2020).
D.K. Müller, D.A. Carson, S. de la Barre, B. Granås, G.T. Jóhannesson, G. Øyen, O. Rantala, J. Saarinen, T. Salmela, K. Tervo-Kankare

Cultural sensitivity and tourism: Report from Northern Norway (2020). C. Brattland, K. Jæger, K. Olsen, E. M. Dunfjell Oskal, and A. Viken

Arctic tourism in times of change: Seasonality (2019). O. Rantala, S. de la Barre, B. Granås, Gunnar Þór Jóhannesson


Newspaper/Media Contributions:

Debatt: Samisk historie på samiske premisser

Debatt: «Jævla hore, sett deg ned på kne»... Mener vi at jenter må finne seg i å bli kalt hore?

Debatt: Nytt faglig fellesskap – fra fysisk distansering til digital og sosial samhandling

Debatt: Er fornorskingen virkelig et tilbakelagt kapittel?

Debatt: Hva skjer når joik blir lørdagsunderholdning?

Debatt: Ikke la lyset over byen vår slukne!

Debatt: Kampen om beiteområder er flyttet inn i rettssalene

Debatt: Ansvarlig reiseliv som motor i nord?

Debatt: Det multikulturelle Nord

Debatt: Vi må lytte til samiske voldsofre

Debatt: Det er ikke oljen som gjør at det går bra i nord


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Alta Museum (12.9.2020 - 30.4.2021)
Produsert av D.S. Sara og B. Bursta.

Sjøsamisk kultur og historie

at Måsøy museum / by B. Bursta

Finnmarksløpet for første gang (2012)

Visninger: Northern Character, Fjellfilmfestivalen, Nordkapp filmfestival

The Kilt & The Kofte / Kofta & Kilten

by B. Bursta and K. Nicolaysen

Joikefeber / Yoik Fever

with contributions by B. Bursta

Ella fiskerjente (2007)

Dokumentarfilm, produsert for NRK,
by S. Sand

Karrierekvinnen fra vidda (2005)

Dokumentarfilm, produsert for NRK,
by S. Sand