Ethnologia Scandinavica, no. 47Editorial. By Lars-Eric Jönsson
Inscribing Possession. Køge Huskors and Other Tales of Demonic Possession
across Genres and Cultural Fields in Denmark-Norway (1647–1716).
By John Odemark
Are Fashion Histories Sustainable? Some Concerns about Engaging the Past in
Present Fashion Practices in the Age of the Anthropocene.
By Marie Riegels Melchior
Expectations and Experiences of Cultural Activity among Professionals in Care of Older People. By Kristina Gustafsson
Synchronizing the Self with Science. How lndividuals with Parkinson’s Disease
Move Along with Clinical Trials. By Markus ldvall
Kinaesthetic Dispositions and Cultural Knowledge. Tracking Change and
Continuity by Analysing Movement. By Miia-Leena Tiili
Transnational Work and Family Life from a Local Perspective. An Ethnological
Study of Highlyskilled
Foreigners’ Work and Family Life in Sønderborg, Denmark.
By Siri Daa Funder
Respecting Swedish Muslims. Claims of Truth Conceming National and Religious
Belonging in Sweden. By David Gunnarsson
Place-Making in the Late Nineteenth-Century American Southwest. By Eva Reme
Wild Animals in Human Assistance. Historical Practices, Semiotic Grounds and
Future Prospects. By Riin Magnus and Ingvar Svanberg