References for the poster “The Kensington Runestone and the Ideology of Settler Colonialism”

Printed sources

Boeck, B.J. (2005), “A Tale of Two Stones: Comparing contested epigraphic artifacts from Kensington Minnesota and Kiev an Rus’” in Russian History 32, pp. 297-312

Brady, Miranda J. (2008), “Governmentality and the National Museum of the American Indian: understanding the indigenous museum in a settler society” in Social Identities 14, pp. 763-773

Hjorthén, Adam (2011), “Displaying a Controversy: The Kensington Rune Stone as Transnational Historical Culture” in The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly 62, pp. 78-105

Holtorf, Cornelius (2013), “On Pastness: A Reconsideration of Materiality in Archaeological Object Authenticity” in Anthropologcal Quarterly 86, pp. 426-443

Krueger, David M. (2015), Myths of the Rune Stone: Viking Martyrs and the Birthplace of America, University of Minnesota Press

Susag, Chris and Peter Susag (2000), “Scandinavian Group Identity: The Kensington Runestone and the Ole Oppe Festival” in Swedish-American Historical Society 51, pp. 30-51

Williams, Henrik (2011), “The Kensington Stone again” in Swedish American Genealogist 3, p. 11

Williams, Henrik (2012), “The Kensington Runestone: Fact and Fiction” in The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly 63, pp. 3-22

Wrightson, Kelsey R. (2017), “The Limits of Recognition: The Spirit Sings, Canadian Museums and the Colonial Politics of Recognition” in Museum Anthropology 40, pp. 36-51

Øverland, Orm (2000), “Old and new homelands, old and new mythologies: The creation of ethnic memory in the United States” in Runblom, Harald (ed.) (2000), Migrants and the Homeland. Images, symbols and realities, Uppsala: Uppsala University, pp. 43-73.

Online sources

“Holy Grail in America – Trailer” <https://youtu.be/IorksKF6B6g> [accessed 26 May 2020]

Kensington Runestone Museum website, < https://runestonemuseum.org/ > [accessed 26 May 2020]

“Kensingtonrunor i Hälsingland”, K-Blogg <http://www.k-blogg.se/2019/03/09/kensingtonrunor-i-halsingland/> [accessed 26 May 2020]

“Preserving the Past at the Runestone Museum Foundation” <https://youtu.be/OrH5UxzTdKQ> [accessed 26 May 2020]

“The Kensington Runestone: a Minnesota Mystery” <https://youtu.be/Uo2nHmGcV_U> [accessed 26 May 2020]

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