Nordic Partners

 

Nordic Coordinator: Roxana Crisólogo Correa
Contact: noxlitcoordination@gmail.com

 
SivuvaloPLATFORM

Sivuvalo Platform (Helsinki) – FIN
www.sivuvalo.com

Sivuvalo is a multilingual literature platform that since 2013 has been working in Finland to make visible the literary works, rights and viewpoints of immigrant language writers. Sivuvalo was created by poet and art worker Roxana Crisólogo that started the mapping of immigrant language writers based in Finland with a grant from the Kone foundation. Part of Sivuvalo working team was Daniel Malpica, poet, designer and multimedia artist. Sivuvalo organizes multilingual literary readings all over Finland as well as seminars, workshops, conversations, inviting writers and experts.
The current board members of Sivuvalo are  Polina Kopylova, José Luis Rico Carrillo, Anne Ketola as well Roxana Crisólogo.

Contact: sivuvalo.project@gmail.com

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petzetera... Texts & Other Texts (Malmö) – SWE
http://sv.petzetera.com

Petzetera… is the sole proprietor of Petronella Zetterlund, MA in Hispanic Sutdies is a translator, editor and project manager. Petzetera… is the Swedish partner in NOXLit and Petronella Zetterlund is the administrator of the project.

Contact: noxlitadm@gmail.com



Sacramento Roselló-Martinez

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Sacramento is a writer and researcher in Literature and Cultural Studies. She attained her PhD from Georgetown University and worked as a lecturer in the USA. In 2012 she moved to Denmark as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for Medieval Literature at SDU (Odense) where she also taught Hispanic Cultures and Literatures. Since then she has taught at Aarhus University, and the online programs for University of Barcelona and Instituto de Empresa in Spain.
Sacramento has been a Visiting Scholar at University of York in the UK and Universidad de Alicante in Spain where she is researching methodology models for the study of multilingual national literatures; her research explores notions of disruption and innovation as a way of defining national literatures as multilingual dynamic systems. In the fall of 2020, she will join the faculty of English, German and Romance Languages department at University of Copenhagen as a postdoctoral fellow. 
Sacramento has been a volunteer partner with different organizations working on migration and diversity in the Scandinavian arts and culture sector. She leads workshops on inclusion and diversity in Finland and Denmark.
Sacramento became a NOXLit coordinator for Denmark in 2020.

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