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Rapid growth of interest in the research of childhood during the last several decades can be regarded not only as an indicator but also as an important factor in the long-term processes of changes, which have radically transformed history as a scientific discipline. With the growth of the history of childhood as a discipline a series of problems neglected until then has been opened, and along the questions about the new sources and equivalent methods of research. This is especially true for historiography in the South East European countries, where social history and historical anthropology is still marginal. The volume comprises 18 contributions to the topic with authors from all countries of the region, focussing on the 19th and 20th century. Topics like "upbringing of female children in Serbia" or "rural childhoods in mountain regions of Austria and Greece" are as well touched as "children and war" and "children and migration." This is the first volume that provides an international readership with an overall picture on childhood in South Eastern Europe.
Title: Childhood in South East Europe : Historical Perspectives on Growing Up in the 19th and 20th Century
Categories: Eastern Europe,
Publisher: Transaction Publishers: 2004
ISBN Number: 3825864391
ISBN Number 13: 9783825864392
Binding: paperback / softcover
Book Details: paperback / softcover, Transaction Publishers
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Seller ID: 864391
Description: Growing interest in research on childhood can be regarded as an important factor in what has been learned about the long-term processes of change. Certainly research on childhood has radically transformed history as an academic discipline. This is especially true for historiography in South East Europe, where social history and historical anthropology is still marginal. This book presents 18 contributions; topics include the upbringing of female children in Serbia, rural childhoods in mountain regions of Austria and Greece, children and war, and children and migration. It is the first book to provide an international readership with an overall picture on childhood in southeastern Europe.
Slobodan Naumovic teaches anthropology at University of Belgrad, Serbia. Miroslav Jovanovic is a member of the Association for Social History.