Here are my publications which you can download by highlighting the title. / Dát leat mu artihkkalat maid sáhtát luđet deaddilemiin artihkkala nama.

The Pursuit of Inuit Sovereignty in Greenland.” Northern Public Affairs (2017): 5.2. pp. 45-48.

“Indigenous Epistemes.” A Companion to Critical and Cultural Theory. Ed. I. Szeman, S. Blacker, and J. Sully. Wiley-Blackwell (forthcoming in 2017).

“‘To See What State We Are In’: First Years of the Greenland Self-Government Act and the Pursuit of Inuit Sovereignty.” Ethnopolitics 6.2 (2017): 179-95. DOI: 10.1080/17449057.2015.1074393.

Indigenous Women’s Rights and International Law. Challenges of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.Handbook on Indigenous Peoples’ Rights. Eds. Lennox, Corinne and Damien Short. London & New York: Routledge, 2016. 129-45.

Decolonizing Feminism in the North: A Conversation with Rauna Kuokkanen.NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 23.4 (2015): 275-81.

Gendered Violence and Politics in Indigenous Communities: The Cases of Aboriginal Women in Canada and Sámi Women in Scandinavia.” International Feminist Journal of Politics  17:2 (2015): 271-288.

“Gean jiena mii gullat Sámedikkis? Sámi iešmearrideami guorahallan.” Gába 1/2014. [Maiddái dárogillii/Også på norsk.]

“Violence Against Women, Indigenous Self-Determination and Autonomy in Sami Society.” L’Image du Sápmi 2. Ed. K. Anderson. pp. 436-452. Örebro University Press, 2013.

Self-Determination and Indigenous Women’s Rights at the Intersection of International Human Rights.” Human Rights Quarterly 34.1 (2012): 225-50.

From Indigenous Economies to Market-Based Self-Governance: A Feminist Political Economy Analysis.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 44.2 (2011): 275–97.

Indigenous Economies, Theories of Subsistence and Women: Exploring the Social Economy Model for Indigenous Governance.” American Indian Quarterly 35.2 (2011): 215-240.

Self-Determination and Indigenous Women – “Whose Voice Is It We Hear in the Sámi Parliament?”” International Journal of Minority and Group Rights 18.1 (2011): 39-62.

Achievements of Indigenous Self-Determination. The Case of the Sami Parliaments in Finland and Norway.”  Indigenous Diplomacies. Ed. J. Marshall Beier. New York: Palgrave, 2009. pp. 97-114.

Indigenous Women in Traditional Economies – The Case of Sami Reindeer Herding.” Signs, Journal of Women in Culture and Society 34.3 (2009): 499-503.

“Globalization as Racialized, Sexualized Violence – The Case of Indigenous Women.” International Feminist Journal of Politics 10.2 (June 2008): 216-233.

“Mitä on saamelaisten hyvinvointi? Tarkastelua kansainvälisessä alkuperäiskansojen kontekstissa.” SámiSoster -seuran 10-vuotisjuhlaseminaari, Inari 21.4.2008.

“Mii lea sámiid buresbirgejupmi? Geahčaduvvon riikkaidgaskasaš álgoálbmotkonteavsttas.” Sámi Soster-searvvi 10-jagi ávvuseminára, Anár 21.4.2008.

Sami Higher Education and Research: Toward Building a Vision for Future.”  Indigenous Peoples: Self-Determination – Knowledge – Indigeneity. Ed. Henry Minde. Amsterdam: Eburon, 2008. 267-86.

What is Hospitality in the Academy? Epistemic Ignorance and the (Im)Possible Gift.” Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies 30.1 (2008): 60-82.

From Research as Colonialism to Reclaiming Autonomy: Toward a Research Ethics Framework in Sápmi.” Ethics in Sámi and Indigenous Research. Report from a Seminar in Kárášjohka, Norway, Nov. 23-24, 2006. Kautokeino: Sami Institute, 2008. 48-63.

Sámenissonat, “árbevierru” ja veahkaválddi hámit.” Sámi dieđalaš áigečála 1 (2008): 28-48.

Politics of Form and Alternative Autonomies: Indigenous Women, Subsistence Economies and the Gift Paradigm.” The Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition Working Paper Series. Hamilton, ON: McMaster University, 2007.

Myths and Realities of Sami Women: A Postcolonial Feminist Analysis for the Decolonization and Transformation of Sami Society.”  Making Space for Aboriginal Feminism. Ed. Joyce Green. Halifax, N.S.: Fernwood Books, 2007. 72-92.

The Gift Logic of Indigenous Philosophies in the Academy.”  Women and the Gift Economy. A Radically Different Worldview Is Possible. Ed. Genevieve Vaughan. Toronto: Inanna, 2007. 71-83.

Saamelaiset ja kolonialismin vaikutukset nykypäivänä”. Kolonialismin jäljet: keskustat, periferiat ja Suomi. Toim. J. Kuortti, M. Lehtinen & O. Löytty. Helsinki: Gaudeamus, 2007. 142-155.

The Responsibility of the Academy: A Call for Doing Homework.” Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, special issue on audit culture and higher education (Summer 2007): 75-90.

With Marja K. Bulmer. “Suttesája – from a Sacred Sami Site and Natural Spring to a Water Bottling Plant? The Effects of Globalization in Northern Europe.”  Echoes from the Poisoned Well: Global Memories of Environmental Injustice. Eds. Sylvia Washington, Paul Rosier and Heather Goodall. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2006. 209-24.

Sami Women, Autonomy and Decolonization in the Age of Globalization.” Keynote Speech at Rethinking Nordic Colonialism. A Postcolonial Exhibition Project in Five Acts. Act 4: Beyond Subject and State? Indigenous Interests in the Age of Globalization. Arctic Center, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, June 17, 2006. [*On the website, click Act 4, Essays & Papers]

The Logic of the Gift – Reclaiming Indigenous Peoples’ Philosophies.” Re-Ethnicizing the Mind? Cultural Revival in Contemporary Thought. Ed. T. Botz-Bornstein. Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2006. 251-71.

Indigenous Peoples on Two Continents: Self-Determination Processes in Sámi and First Nations Societies.” European Review of Native American Studies 20:2 (2006): 25-30.

Láhi and Attáldat: The Philosophy of the Gift and Sami Education.” Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 34, special Issue on Indigenous Humanities. Eds. C. McConaghy & M. Battiste (2005): 20-32.

Border Crossings, Pathfinders and New Visions: The Role of Sami Literature in Contemporary Society.” Nordlit, Special Issue on Northern Minorities 15 (2004): 91-104.

Saamelaisnaiset, feministinen analyysi ja saamelaisyhteiskunnan dekolonisaatio”. Tasa-arvon haasteita globaalin ja lokaalin rajapinnoilla. Toim. K. Kailo, V. Sunnari & H. Vuori. University of Oulu. 2004. 143-160.

The Gift as a Worldview in Indigenous Thought.” Il Dono/The Gift: A Feminist Analysis. Special edition in English of the Athanor Journal. Ed. G.Vaughan (2004): 81-96.

’Survivance’ in Sami and First Nations Boarding School Narratives – Reading Novels by Kerttu Vuolab and Shirley Sterling.” American Indian Quarterly 27.3/4 (2003): 697-727.

Toward a New Relation of Hospitality in the Academy.” American Indian Quarterly 27.1 & 2 (2003): 267-95.

With Betty Bastien, Jürgen Kremer and Patricia Vickers. “Healing the Impact of Colonization, Genocide, Missionization, and Racism on Indigenous Populations.”  The Impact of War Trauma on Civilian Populations. Eds. S. Krippner and T. McIntyre. New York: Greenwood Press, 2003. 25-38.

Knowing the Indigenous ‘Other’ Beyond the ‘Arrogance of Conscience’?Proceedings of the Canadian Critical Race Conference 2003: Pedagogy and Practice.

Alkuperäiskansojen diskurssi ja dekolonisaatio”. Kojootteja, Sulkapäähineitä, uraanikaivoksia. Pohjois-Amerikan intiaanien kirjallisuuksia ja kulttuureja. Toim. S. Lakomäki & M. Savolainen. University of Oulu, 2002. 240-64.

Let’s Vote Who Is Most Authentic! Politics of Identity in Contemporary Sami Literature.”  (Ad)Dressing Our Words. Aboriginal Perspectives on Aboriginal Literatures. Ed. Armand Garnet Ruffo. Penticton: Theytus, 2001. 79-100.

Towards an ‘Indigenous Paradigm’ from a Sami Perspective.” The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 20.2 (2000): 411-36.

Etnostressistä sillanrakennukseen. Saamelaisen nykykirjallisuuden minäkuvat.”  Pohjoiset identiteetit ja mentaliteetit, osa I: Outamaalta tunturiin. Toim. Marja Tuominen, et al. Rovaniemi: University of Lapland, 1999. 95-112.

From the Jungle Back to the Duottar.”  Awakened Voice. Sami Traditional Knowledge. Ed. Elina Helander. Guovdageaidnu: Sami Institute, 1996. 54-63.

Paltto, Kirsti (trans. & ed. Rauna Kuokkanen). “Publishing Sámi Literature—from Christian Translations to Sámi Publishing Houses.” Studies in American Indian Literatures 22.2 (2010): 42-58.