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Title Borderland studies meets child studies : a European encounter / Machteld Venken (ed.).
Imprint Frankfurt am Main : Peter Lang Edition, an imprint of Peter Lang GmbH, 2017.

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Series Studies in contemporary history, 2364-2874 ; volume 6
Studies in contemporary history (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) ; v. 6.
Subject Children -- Europe -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
Borderlands -- Europe -- History -- 20th century.
Alt Name Venken, Machteld,
Description 1 online resource (194 pages) : illustrations, maps.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Destitute children in Alsace from the beginning of the twentieth century to the end of the 1930s : orphan care in Strasbourg, in between France and Germany / Catherine Maurer, Gabrielle Ripplinger -- Childhood in the Memel Region / Ruth Leiserowitz -- Youth movements in Alsace and the issue of national identity, 1918-1970 / Julien Fuchs -- The everyday life of children in Polish-German borderland during the early postwar period / Beata Halicka -- "We remain what we are" : "Wir bleiben was wir sind" : North Schleswig German identities in children's education after 1945 / Tobias Haimin Wung-Sung -- Generational conflicts, the spirit of '68 and cultural emancipation in the German speaking community of Belgium : a historical essay about the '73 generation / Andreas Fickers.
Summary This edited volume provides a comparative analysis of the history of borderland children during the 20th Century. More than their parents, children were envisioned to play a crucial role in bringing about a peaceful Europe. The contributions show the complexity of nationalisation within various spheres of borderland children s lives and display the dichotomy between nationalist policies and manifest non-national practices of borderland children. Despite the different imaginations of East and West that had influenced peace negotiators after both World Wars, moreover, borderland children in Western and Central Europe invented practices that contributed to the creation of a socially cohesive Europe.
Note Grant Number: Austrian Science Fund (FWF) PUB 401
ISBN 9783653070804 (electronic bk.)
3653070805 (electronic bk.)
9783631675557 (hardback ; alkaline paper)
3631675550
9783631675557
9783631712108 (EPUB)
9783631712115 (MOBI)
OCLC # 1038440059


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