Sabira Ståhlberg discusses hidden multilingual aspects of the poet Edith Södergran’s special language use.
Sabira Ståhlberg is a co-author of the ethnobiological article “Outdoor activities foster local plant knowledge in Karelia, NE Europe”.
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.
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.
The journey by Göran Schildt in 1963 to Bulgaria and Romania is discussed in a new article about multilingual and multicultural strategies.
Family terminology can be a challenge for language and culture learners. Kinship structures differ greatly even within Europe.
The contacts between ordinary people in Finland and Bulgaria, Sweden and Serbia are a little researched but important aspect of the common history of Europe.
A new article by Sabira Ståhlberg and Ingvar Svanberg about a Barbary lion kept in Uppsala at the beginning of the 1800s has been published recently.
A new article, Folk Knowledge in Southern Siberia in the 1770s: Johan Peter Falck’s Ethnobiological Observations, has been published recently in Studia Orientalia Electronica.
Tatar language preservation strategies and innovative practices is the topic of the special issue of Journal of Endangered Languages (Summer 2021). Guest Editor: Sabira Stahlberg.
Exotic birds became popular as pets in Sweden in the eighteenth century. Sabira Ståhlberg and Ingvar Svanberg discuss a painting of a parakeet from around 1750.