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From Destalinization to the Global Sixties: The Baltic Union Republics in the 1950s–1960s
Programm des Narratologischen Kolloquiums des Zentrums für Erzählforschung (ZEF) im Sommersemester 2018:
Donnerstag, 14.6.2018, 18:15-20 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Jens Brockmeier (Paris): "Simultaneität und Erzählung"
Donnerstag, 21.6.2018, 18:15-20 Uhr
PD Dr. Felicitas Meifert-Menhard (München): "The Ethics and Aesthetics of Consequences in Fiction"
Donnerstag, 5.7.2018, 18:15-20 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Fritz Breithaupt (Bloomington): "Emotionen erzählen: Serielle Reproduktion von Narration"
I am looking for panelists regarding Visual History of Childhood for SHCY 2019, Australia. I would like to organize a panel about Visual methodologies we are able to use in order to gain deeper knowledge about children' lives in historic perspectives. For decades, childhood historians have analyzed mostly textual documents such as letters and diaries to recreate childhood history. As a new branch of educational sciences, we shall introduce Visual History of Childhood.