Please meet some of our authors, listen to their memories, and learn what’s going on behind the scenes of the book

Irena Kašparová talking about memories from her chapter ‘Growing Up as Vicar’s Daughter in Communist Czechoslovakia: Politics, Religion, and Childhood Agency Examined‘ [abstract]

Iveta Silova sharing her memories from the chapter ‘Hair Bows and Uniforms: Entangled Politics in Children’s Everyday Lives,’ written together with Zsuzsa Millei, Nelli Piattoeva, and Elena Aydarova [abstract]

Alfiya Battalova talking about memories from her chapter ‘Interrupted Trajectory: The Experiences of Disability and Homeschooling in Post-Soviet Russia’  [abstract]

Madina Tlostanova, the author of one of the book afterwords, talking about her childhood memories from the decolonial perspective