HEALTH – SELF-HELP
Psykopat-testen: Se faresignalene og kom deg unna!
Published by Kagge Forlag, 2019
Psychopaths are everywhere. You might find one amongst your closest family members, your friend group or even in the workplace. Although they might all act in different ways, psychopaths will always have one thing in common: you can never trust them. They play by their own rules, and have little, if any, empathy with those affected. Many of those caught in a psychopath’s web require several years to return to their normal lives.
– Twenty years of documentation from the Mediterranean
Budbringeren fra Helvete – Tjue år med vitnesbyrd fra Middelhavet
Published by Quintano Forlag, 2021
In the last twenty years, tens of thousands of people have drowned while escaping war and humanitarian abuses. At the bottom of the Mediterranean lies mobile phones with missed calls and worried text messages that will never get an answer. The Mediterranean has become a floating burial ground, and the islands are like small tombstones protruding.
CRAFT – SEWING
Redesign. Sy fantastiske klede av loppisfunn og gamle plagg
Published by Samlaget, 2021
“We’re always hearing how the textile industry is one of the world’s most polluting industries. Norwegians throw away 23 kilos of clothes each per. This is probably not an exception in the Western world. Interest in the environment and sustainability is higher than ever before and I think it is important for people who want to change their lifestyle to have access to the right tools and assistance. I want this book to be just such a tool – a tool that can help encourage recycling while sparking inventiveness and creative joy,” says the author.
Edvard Munch. Nærbilde av et geni
Published by Sem & Stenersen Forlag, 2013
In 1944 Rolf E.
Stenersen wrote a biography of the world-renowned painter Edvard Munch, which
became an instant classic. Living up to its title – Edvard Munch. Close-up
of a Genius – presents a portrait that is so intimate, refreshingly honest
and revealing that the artist emerges from the pages. The Norwegian daily
Dagbladet wrote in 2004: “Spanning one hundred and fifty pages, it may well be
the best biography ever written in Norwegian. By any account, it is one of the
most personal, revealing and, not least, humorous books about a Norwegian.”
Bløff – Hvordan juks og selvbedrag gjør oss til ekte mennesker
Published by Cappelen Damm, 2014
Cheating and deception are not commonly considered among humanity’s most noble features. Still they are inextricably linked to our creativity and social capabilities.
Nilen. Historiens elv
Published by Aschehoug, 2012.
English edition 2021 (Spring).
The Nile offers a rich account of a long and fascinating history. Professor Terje Tvedt’s new book is the most comprehensive book about the Nile ever written. The author travels upstream along the river’s mouth to its sources. The result is a travelogue through 5000 years and 11 countries, from the Mediterranean to Central Africa.
Vann – En reise i vannets historie
Published by Kagge Forlag, 2007/2011
The future of water is the future of humankind. Are we living in the century of droughts? Of floods? Or both? How water will run in our societies will impact global power relations, the environment and the balance between rich and poor. It will define war and peace and the destinies of countries and continents. Nobody can escape the consequences. These are issues raised by professor and historian Terje Tvedt in his book “A Journey in the future of water” More…
Ære være mine døtre
Published by Kagge Forlag, 2017
During the past three years, Lene Wold has spent a considerable amount of time in Jordan with a man who has killed both his mother and one of his two daughters in order to restore his family’s honour. Wold has travelled around Jordan and interviewed a number of people about honour killing. The author portrays the man’s upbringing, culture and dilemmas that shaped him as a person and the choices he made. Wold’s other important source is Amina. This daughter spent several years in prison after the failed murder attempt in order to protect her from her own family. In Jordan, it is the women, the survivors of attempted honour killings, who are imprisoned – not the perpetrators.