Children Born of War

Past, Present and Future

Sabine (University of Birmingham, Uk) Glaesme Lee

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Sabine Lee is a professor of Modern History at the University of Birmingham. Her research has spanned a range of themes in contemporary history and, more recently, interdisciplinary research on conflict and security with particular emphasis on conflict-related sexual violence and children born of war. Heide Glaesmer, psychologist/psychotherapist, is the head of the research group ‘Psychotraumatology and Migration Research’ at the University of Leipzig and was the CHIBOW network’s director of training. Barbara Stelzl-Marx is director of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Research on Consequences of War (BIK), Graz – Vienna – Raabs, Austria, professor for contemporary history at University of Graz, and vice-president of the Austrian UNESCO Commission, Vienna.

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Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Erscheinungsdatum 29.07.2021
Herausgeber Sabine Lee, Heide Glaesmer, Barbara Stelzl-Marx
Verlag Taylor and Francis
Seitenzahl 372
Maße 23,4/15,6 cm
Gewicht 848 g
Reihe Routledge Studies in Modern History
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-367-19013-2

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  • Introduction Barbara Stelzl-Marx, Sabine Lee and Heide Glaesmer 1. Children Born of War: A Critical Appraisal of the Terminology Sabine Lee and Heide Glaesmer 2. Oral History and Requirements: Translating Theory Into Practice Jakub Gałęziowski, Lisa Haberkern and Eva Käuper 3. Ethical Challenges in Conducting Interviews with Children Born of War: Reflections on Navigating Participants’ Expectations Lukas Schretter, Kanako Kuramitsu and Nastassia Sersté 4. Implementing Research Ethics in an Interdisciplinary Research and Training Network - The CHIBOW Project Marie Kaiser, Sabine Lee and Heide Glaesmer 5. Researching Children Born of War in Uganda: Methodological Reflections on the Inclusion of Minors in CBOW Research Eunice Akullo and Boniface Ojok 6. An Intergenerational Perspective on Conflict-Related Sexual Violence Against Women: Female Survivors and Their Children Born of Rape Sophie Roupetz, Amra Delic andHeide Glaesmer 7. Addressing The Needs Of Mothers And Their Children Born Of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence: A Framework For Support In Psychosocial Settings Kimberley Anderson 8. Questions of Identity in German Occupation Children Born after World War II: Approaching a Complex Phenomenon with Mixed-Method Analyses Saskia Mitreuter 9. Alimony Payments for Children Born of War: A Case Study of British Occupation Children in Austria and Germany after World War II Lukas Schretter 10. Transgenerational Transmission of Memories Lisa Haberkern 11. Children as “Collateral Damage” of Nationalisation Campaigns? The Persecution of “Nationally Unreliable” Persons in Czechoslovakia after the Second World War Michal Korhel 12. Representations of CBOW in Films of Soviet Occupied Latvia and Beyond Oskars Gruziņš 13. Children Born Of The Indochina War: National ‘Reclassification’, Diversity, And Multiple Feelings Of Belonging Eva Käuper 14. Wife, Victim, Murderer, Mother: Women Imprisoned for Killing an Abusive Husband in Post-Conflict Uganda Eleanor Seymour