MARTOR 18 / 2013

Remembering Childhood

Contents • Sommaire

Ioana POPESCU, Simina BĂDICĂ
Two Introductions

(Auto)ethnographies of Contemporary Childhood

Mihaela PRECUP
Children, Heroes, and Foes in a Communist Family Album

Iuliana DUMITRU
Childhood in 2 Mai. An Insider’s Perspective

Anamaria IUGA
Children’s Part in Performing Customs

Cristina BEZZI
Romanian “Left Behind” Children? Experiences of Transnational Childhood and Families in Europe

Visual Traces and Oral Histories

Melinda BLOS-JÁNI
Men with the Movie Camera between 1945 and 1989. Domesticating Moving Image Technology under Communism

Dana MIHĂILESCU
Children’s Erratic Memories of the Holocaust: On Cross-Cutting Exchanges in Exhibitions and Visual Projects about Child Survivors and Children of Survivors

Simona ADAM
Growing Up in Banat Region. Childhood Memories in Life-Stories

Nadezhda VELINOVA GALABOVA
The Image of the Teacher in the Reminiscences of Sofia English Language School’s Alumni from the 1970s

Museology of Childhood

Lila PASSIMA
Childhood – The World Seen Through Binoculars

Rodica MARINESCU
The Childhood Museum – Guestbook

Georgeta ROȘU
Clay toys in the Collection of the Romanian National Peasant Museum

Bogdan IANCU
The Károly Kós Experiment: Participatory Museography, Material Culture and Childhood

Reviews

Sanda GOLOPENŢIA (ed.), Școala sociologică de la București [The Bucharest Sociological School], special issue of the journal Secolul 21 (review by Stelu ȘERBAN)

Smaranda VULTUR, Francezi în Banat, bănăţeni în Franţa. Memorie şi identitate [The French in Banat. People of Banat in France. Memory and Identity] (review by Ana PASCU)

History and Anthropology. Special Issue: Politics and Performance in South-Eastern Europe 1/2013 (review by Stelu ȘERBAN)