Pērle-Sīle, Ginta, Reinsone, Sanita. Manuscript Transcription as a Tool for Deep Reading and Teaching of Folklore. DHNB 2022, CEUR-WS Proceedings Vol-3232, ed. by Berglund, K., La Mela, M., Zwart, I., 2022, 390-400.
Reinsone, Sanita, Platonova, Marina, Smirnova, Tatjana, Seņko, Zane. Advancing Academic Discipline of Digital Humanities in Latvia. History of Engineering Sciences and Institutions of Higher Education, No. 6, 2022, 142-154. DOI: 10.7250/HESIHE.2022.008
Reinsone, Sanita, Platonova, Marina, Smirnova, Tatjana, Seņko, Zane. Starpdisciplinārās akadēmiskās jomas digitālās humanitārās zinātnes aizsākumi Latvijā. Inženierzinātņu un augstskolu vēsture, Nr. 6, 2022, 136-148. DOI: 10.7250/IAV.2022.008
Other research-related publications
Reinsone, Sanita. The Poetics of Getting Lost in Legends, Stories, and Conversations / Apmaldīšanās poētika teikās, stāstos un sarunās (in Latvian). Riga: LU LFMI, 2017 (peer-reviewed monograph). See at ILFA Publishing
Publications in cultural media
Sanita Reinsone (text), Kristīne Jurjāne (illustrations). Kus mul patarei! Kā Igaunijas leļļi bēga uz Latviju. (Kus mul patarei! How Estonian dolls fled to Latvia). Published by Liels un Mazs, 2017
This work was inspired by the author's conversations with her children during summers in Northern Vidzeme and visits to Estonia. The book is written as a storyteller's account of legendary events, blending reality and imagination in the style of a fairy tale. The story takes place in Estonia and Latvia, where the worlds of humans and puppets coexist. Playing with the stereotypes that exist between Latvians and Estonians, geographical characteristics and languages, the author introduces children to the regions, language, and traditions of the real-life neighbouring country of Estonia by portraying it as a "land of toys".