Cultural adaptation of a spy from Finland in the Balkans is the topic of Sabira Ståhlberg’s chapter “Sipping Coffee with the Enemy: Otto von Essen in Moldavia, Wallachia, and Bulgaria (1829-1830)”.
Sabira Ståhlberg’s review of Christian Mauder: In the Sultan’s Salon. Learning, Religion, and Rulership at the Mamluk Court of Qāniṣawh al-Ghawrī (r. 1501–1516) has been published in Studia Orientalia Electronica.
A new book documents Tatar women roles and visibility in Finland during the past century.
At the ICLA conference end of July 2022 Dr. Sabira Stahlberg discussed writing systems, languages and code-switching.
A rare palm disappears in London and is later found in Berlin. Is it the same palm?
Easy to Read adventure about critical reading of historical sources.
There are rumours about mould in Philip’s school. Politicians promise to save it. Who can Philip and his friends trust?
Easy to Read book about critical reading of sources.
The article investigates various aspects of Sámi local knowledge about organisms used for their material culture of sports and games.
The article discusses how a rather unknown wild shrub, mostly unnoticed in peasant folk botany along the northern European coasts, has become common as a cultivated plant.
Professor Johanna Domokos analyses Sabira Ståhlberg’s multilingual poetry in an article on semantic and semiotic multilingualism.
Even a short conflict destroys more than anything in the world.
A horrible form of conflict is war.
War is dangerous for all.
Editor Sabira Ståhlberg was interviewed about the new book Tatar language preservation strategies and innovative practices.
The journey by Göran Schildt in 1963 to Bulgaria and Romania is discussed in a new article about multilingual and multicultural strategies.