A new book, Code-Switching in Arts, contains an interview and artistic reflections on multilingualism by Sabira Ståhlberg.
A journey into the depths of the Polyglocean: Sabira (Ståhlberg) talks and walks about in a polyglot author’s life.
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)”.
A new book documents Tatar women roles and visibility in Finland during the past century.
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.
Sabira Stahlberg’s new poetry book Wan Sun discusses Anthropocene, the period when human activities influence Nature.
Sabira Stahlberg’s books have been translated for the first time into Serbian
Sabira Stahlberg’s Easy Read books are being translated into Serbian
In the future the centre takes care of everything:
weather, health, news, traffic and robbers.
But not everyone likes the centre.
Some people in society think that it controls far too much.
Plex combines phones and computers and adapts to the user.
A lightning strikes a restaurant.
The plex of four friends suddenly start exchanging information with each other.
An app should help Philip study better at school.
His class is competing about results and soon everybody gets better marks.
But strange things begin to happen.