Dr. Barbara Lozenzkowski's co-edited collection, Small Stories of War, has been published by McGill-Queen's University Press
The collection has fifteen original research essays, which wrestle with the meanings and memories of childhood and wartime. Spanning the First World War to the early twenty-first century and featuring chapters about Canada, Australia, Germany, the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda, and northern Uganda, the authors ask how young people encountered and responded to armed conflict.
In addition to her work editing the volume, Barbara contributed three chapters to it:
- Barbara Lorenzkowski, Kristine Alexander, and Andrew Burtch, "Introduction"
- Barbara Lorenzkowski, "Sending War: Childhood Memories of the Wartime Atlantic, 1939-45"
- Barbara Lorenzkowski, "Charting the Social Spaces of Childhood in 1940s Halifax"