A historical ethnobiological article, “Peasant Food Provision Strategies and Scientific Proposals for Famine Foods in Eighteenth-Century Sweden”, by Ingvar Svanberg and Sabira Ståhlberg, has recently been published in the journal Gastronomy.
Sabira Ståhlberg’s popular book about languages, multilingualism and language learning has now been published in German with the title Bunte Sprache.
Sabira Ståhlberg’s Easy-to-read work Multicoloured book, for all who change languages and cultures, has recently been published in German.
Sabira Stahlberg’s popular book about how to use Easy-to-read literature has now been published in English.
Finland Tatar language was presented by Sabira Ståhlberg in Journal of Endangered Languages in a special issue on Language Documentation in Comparative Turkic Linguistics.
How did part of the jawbone of a Little Owl reach pre-Roman Sweden? Ingvar Svanberg and Sabira Ståhlberg discuss an archaeological find.
Sabira Ståhlberg’s multilingual poem “Balalar of imperier – Children of Empires” with more than 40 languages has been published in Journal of Literary Multilingualism.
Sabira has recently published three new PolyGlot Anthropocene Poetry videos from the collection “Wan Sun”.
A new book, Code-Switching in Arts, contains an interview and artistic reflections on multilingualism by Sabira Ståhlberg.
Sabira Ståhlberg discusses hidden multilingual aspects of the poet Edith Södergran’s special language use.
Sabira Ståhlberg participated on 9 June 2023 in the Workshop on the Theatre of the Anthropocene. An Overture at the 10. Theater Olympics in Budapest, Hungary.
Sabira Ståhlberg is a co-author of the ethnobiological article “Outdoor activities foster local plant knowledge in Karelia, NE Europe”.