Book Review Anne Torekoven StrÃ¸m, redaktÃ¸r, K v e n e n e - en glemt minoritiet?. Informasjonsavdelningen, Universitetet i TromsÃ¸ (The K v e n i - A Forgotten Minority?, Editor Anne Torekoven StrÃ¸m, the Information Office, the University o f TromsÃ¸), TromsÃ¸, 1995, iv + 58 pages. The present book (in Norwegian) is a report from a conference on the Kveni, held by the University of Tromso at the Tromso Museum on 14 November 1994 with about 100 partic- ipants and financial support from the Nordic Council. The book is divided into four parts: introduction, the Kveni in history, the Kveni today, and the Kveni in the future. The conference agenda and a list of participants are reproduced in annexes. By way o f introduction, Bjprnar Seppola (Leader o f the Kveni Association) provides brief information about the Kveni population in Norway. He estimates that the Kveni today number about 2 0 - 3 0 0 0 0 persons, with 10-15000 o f them speaking their native tongue. He asserts that the Kveni have a long and common history based on early migration from Finland and Sweden, cultural characteristics such as a language o f their
Nordic Journal of International Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1996
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