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Parting Ways: The Birth and Death of “Childhood” in the Life Narratives of Peruvian War Veterans

This week, our guest contributor José Ignacio Mogrovejo discusses his use of oral history narratives to explore Peruvian War veterans’ recollections of their youth prior to the Peruvian Ecuadorian War of 1941.   By José Ignacio Mogrovejo Childhood, both as an idea and a biological experience, has been a highly contested concept in the social […]

Author Interview: Childhood Narratives of World War 2 on the Home Front

Frances Davey and Joanna Salapska-Gelleri answered a few of our questions about their OHR article, “’We Hung around the Radio with Great Interest’: Accessing Childhood Recollections of World War II through Interdisciplinarity” published in the brand new issue, 47.1. Tell us about the Childhood Narratives of World War II on the Home Front project. Childhood […]

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