Phytonyms (plant names) and other ethnobiological aspects of vegetation in the Loptuq (Loplik) habitat are discussed in a new article by Ingvar Svanberg, Patrick Hällzon and Sabira Ståhlberg.
Welcome to an exciting three-day workshop at Luckan and meet interesting people! Enjoy sharing stories together and write your own story.
Aviculture: a history is a comprehensive overview of the history of bird keeping across the world. In Chapter 6, researchers Sabira Ståhlberg and Ingvar Svanberg discuss domestic pest control with the help of birds.
In an article in Svenska landsmål och svenskt folkliv 2017, researchers Ingvar Svanberg and Sabira Ståhlberg discuss how wolf lichen was used in traditional folk biology for killing wolves in Scandinavia.
Seminar about Tatars in Finland in the transnational context of the Baltic Sea on 17 October 2018 at the Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki
Tell your own story and listen to the stories of others. We all have something to tell, real or invented stories, from our family or relatives, or something we have heard. Life in Finland and elsewhere and meetings between people can be sources for funny, thought-provoking and interesting stories.
The heart beats faster, when the cook is in the kitchen. With pans and pots aromas and tastes are created…
Three new Easy Read books tell about pollution in the earth, air and water.
Eighteen Easy Reads by Sabira Stahlberg have been published during 2017–2018 – see the Easy Read book list here, and Bokpil and Lecti Book Studio. The books are available at Lecti Bookshop.