Whoever tramples the breadcrumbs will go blind: Cultural norms regarding feeding children and eating in Bulgarian society. A conversation between Petya Bankova and Vihra Baeva
Keywordsfood studies, childhood studies, social change
Petya Bankova is Associated Professor in the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Sofia, Bulgaria). Her scientific interests concern in the field of anthropology of childhood, children plays, and the everyday life culture during the communist period in Bulgaria. She is the author of three monographs: Images and Meetings in the Tradition, They Recognized him by his Name: Ethno-confessional Aspects of the Given Name in Bulgaria, and The Magic of the Given Name, as well as co-author of Almanac. Traditions and Holidays of the Bulgarians. She has co-edited several volumes, the last of which is Sociocultural Dimensions of Childhood (Sofia 2020).
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