Miscellanea Posttotalitariana Wratislaviensia Special Issue, vol. 2 (7)/2017

Agnieszka Matusiak (red.), Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak, Mateusz Świetlicki (red. tem.)
ISBN: 978-83-229-3601-6
Liczba stron: 132
Format B5, oprawa broszurowa
Rok wydania: 2017
Cena: 35,00 PLN   

This special volume of Miscellanea Posttotalitariana Wratislaviensia is monographic in nature and showcases a variety of thought-provoking approaches to children’s literature and culture. The authors are interested in exploring how children’s culture produced in the formerly Soviet-ruled countries has addressed the experience of post-communist subjects, both those who have lived in the former regime and those for whom it is a memory passed by older generations — today, no one under 28 was even alive when the communist rule in East-Central Europe still existed; no one under 35 or so has any meaningful memories of it. The contributions to the present volume capture selective engagements with the thematic, generic, and media diversity of post-communist children’s culture. We hope to initiate a more wide-ranging discussion on post-1989 children’s culture in East-Central Europe as reflecting a shared experience, regional interactions, and nuances of the distinct paths each of the countries in question have taken since 1989.


JUSTYNA DESZCZ-TRYHUBCZAK, MATEUSZ ŚWIETLICKI (Introduction)
We Are the Children of the Transformation: Post-communist Children’s Cultures in Central, Eastern, and Southeast Europe
GABRIELA ABRASOWICZ
Lost in Transitions: Childhood and Child Characters in Post-Yugoslav Playwriting
TETIANA KACHAK
Children of the Post-communist Period in Contemporary Ukrainian Literature for Young Readers
ANASTASIA ULANOWICZ
“We are the People”: The Holodomor and North American-Ukrainian Diasporic Memory in Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch’s Enough
MATEUSZ ŚWIETLICKI
Be yourself… but don’t be a wimp! Advice Literature in the USSR and Gender Roles in Contem­porary Ukrainian Books for Girls and Boys
ALEKSANDRA MOCHOCKA
Two Perspectives on the Performative Social Body: Teenage Make-up Routines in Fanfik and the Jeżycjada cycle
Reviews
SYLWIA KAMIŃSKA-MACIĄG
Joanna Wojdon, Świat elementarzy. Obraz rzeczywistości w podręcznikach do nauki czytania w krajach bloku radzieckiego, Instytut Pamięci Narodowej Komisja Ścigania Zbrodni Przeciwko Narodowi Polskiemu, Warszawa 2015, ss. 246 (“Dydaktyka historii, historia dydaktyki”, t. 2)
ANIELA RADECKA
Тетяна Качак, Українська література для дітей та юнацтва: підручник, ВЦ «Академія», Київ 2016, pp. 352 
MATEUSZ ŚWIETLICKI
Sara Pankenier Weld, Voiceless Vanguard: The Infantilist Aesthetics of the Russian Avant-Garde, Northwestern University Press, Evanston 2014, pp. 212
Notes on Authors

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