Themes

Martha Sandwall-Bergström 100 år

Introduktion
by Mia Östergren (Volume 36, 2013)

Animals and the unspoken: intertwined lives in Martha Sandwall-Bergström’s Kulla-Gulla series
by Kelly Hübben (Volume 36, 2013)

Urbana rum. En analys av Majkens vuxenblivande i Martha Sandwall-Bergströms romantrilogi om familjen Oskarsson
by Lydia Wistisen (Volume 36, 2013)

Att skilja äkta kärlek från falsk. Manliga och omanliga kroppar i Martha Sandwall-Bergströms Kulla-Gullaserie
by Hilda Jakobsson (Volume 36, 2013)

Homelessness

Introduktion
by Mia Östergren (Volume 36, 2013)

Dagens Rødhette i en flerkulturell kontekst – mulighet for en ny identitet? 

by Hanne Kiil and Elise Seip Tønnessen (Volume 36, 2013)

Mobile characters, mobile texts: homelessness and intertextuality in contemporary texts for young people
by Mavis Reimer (Volume 36, 2013)

Sven Wernström

Introduktion (Swedish)

by Björn Sundmark (Volume 35, 2012)

Introduction (English)
by Björn Sundmark (Volume 35, 2012)

Från flygkamrater till rymdrevolutionärer. Om Sven Wernströms tidigaste science fiction
by Jerry Määttä (Volume 35, 2012)

‘‘The provocation is titillating.’’ Sven Wernström in Iceland
by Olga Holownia (Volume 35, 2012)

’’Kan verka skrämmande på små barn.’’ Våld, sex och historiebruk i tv-serien Trälarna
by Tommy Gustafsson (Volume 35, 2012)

’’Sverige i rövarhänder.’’ Berättelsen om nationen i Sven Wernströms Den underbara resan1
by Maria Andersson (Volume 35, 2012)

Guilt

Introduktion (Swedish)
by Björn Sundmark (Volume 35, 2012)

Introduction (English)
by Björn Sundmark (Volume 35, 2012)

“The Hope – the One Hope – is that Your Generation will Prove Wiser and More Responsible than Mine.” Constructions of Guilt in a Selection of Disaster Texts for Young Adults
by Elizabeth Braithwaite (Volume 35, 2012)

Guilt, Empathy and the Ethical Potential of Children's Literature
by Maria Nikolajeva (Volume 35, 2012)