With the Lapps in the High Mountains: A Woman among the Sami, 1907-1908

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  1. With the Lapps in the High Mountains: A Woman among the Sami, 1907-1908
  2. Emilie Demant Hatt ()
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  4. With the Lapps in the High Mountains by Emilie Demant Hatt (thoughts)
  5. Coming of Age in Sami Culture

With the Lapps in the High Mountains: A Woman among the Sami, 1907-1908

A single woman in her thirties, Demant Hatt immersed herself in the Sami language and culture. She writes vividly of daily life, women's work, children's play, and the care of reindeer herds in Lapland a century ago. While still an art student in Copenhagen in , Demant Hatt had taken a vacation trip to northern Sweden, where she chanced to meet Sami wolf hunter Johan Turi.

His dream of writing a book about his people sparked her interest in the culture, and she began to study the Sami language at the University of Copenhagen. Though not formally trained as an ethnographer, she had an eye for detail. The journals, photographs, sketches, and paintings she made during her travels with the Sami enriched her eventual book, and in With the Lapps in the High Mountains she memorably portrays people, dogs, reindeer, and the beauty of the landscape above the Arctic Circle.

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Emilie Demant Hatt ()

So, one had to wait a Whole Month for release. No wonder they were such a crabby bunch for the most part. I appreciate the author's skepticism toward the idea of Laestadian "ecstasy" being a remnant of Sami shamanism. That was a surreal moment.

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Finally I was telling the truth and it was rejected! If some one avoids taking communion they become a point of gossip since it is automatically assumed that they must have some unconfessed sin bothering their conscience.


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So it is easier to 'fess up on communion Sunday to avoid having to 'fess up later on for having taken communion in an unworthy manner. Worse yet, if some one does not take communion they will certainly be 'reminded' of this fact and everyone will want to know what the reason unconfessed sin was for abstaining.

With the Lapps in the High Mountains by Emilie Demant Hatt (thoughts)

So it is better to get the whole emotionally burdensome experience done with on communion Sunday. I thought everyone had figured out how to homogenize those confessions into a very generic "need forgiveness for being such a poor Christian, so many lusts and desires, so much wrong thinking, so cold hearted, mumble, mumble, mumble to cover anything else ".

It used to amaze me how some people could turn on a faucet of tears and wail loudly. I always wondered how much was just for show -- "see, I am not only a less worthy, more sinful person than you are because that seemed to be a sort of contest , I can also proclaim it most loudly". Perhaps I am in too cynical a mood today. When I visited an OALC service for the first time a few years back, I was surprised at how loudly the guy sitting on the pew in front of me was confessing to his wife.


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  • Is that by design? Apparently, in the past week, he had been impatient, short tempered, and not a loving husband, among other things. An amusing aside: My mother was raised a Catholic, and hated going to the confessional. She was worried about what people would think of her, given how much time she was spending in that little booth! No, CVOW, you're not too cynical. I remember thinking that on more than one occasion. And the loudest ones were often the most gossipy and critical of everyone. I'm not sure what that says CVOW, I had to chuckle when I read your description of what is basically the general Laestadian confession of the, "need forgiveness for being such a poor Christian, so many lusts and desires, so much wrong thinking, so cold hearted, mumble, mumble, mumble to cover anything else ".

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    As I got a little older I realized that the confessions were all pretty much about the same old stuff which made me wonder that if everyone was essentially guilty of the same old crap then there was not much point in a select few having to flog themselves while they enumerated their sinful minutiae. Years later I discovered that the so-called 'dead faith Lutheran churches of the world' had pretty much the same sort of public confession of sin as part of their liturgy in their hymnals.

    Their confessions seemed more encompassing and they actually seemed quite a bit better and no one had to wail and castigate themselves or 'mumble, mumble, mumble to cover everything else ' during their time of confession. The congregation just seemed to accept the pastor's pronouncement of absolution and they went about their service. Maybe Laestadian's need to adopt a general oral confession that includes a 'Mia Maxima Culpa' to ensure that every sin is covered.