New ACYIG Listserv

After years of using a listserv hosted by American University (ACIG-L@LISTSERV.AMERICAN.EDU), we have transitioned to a AAA-hosted listserv. Our new listserv email address is:

ACYIG Members:

If you are a AAA Member who has elected to join the Interest Group by selecting us during the membership enrollment process, you will be automatically added to our listserv within one month of enrollment. If you would like to enroll sooner manually, please visit and fill out the section Subscribing to AAA_ACYIG.

Please note that listserv membership is open to the public! Anyone may subscribe by visiting the link above, regardless of AAA membership status. You must be a listserv member to send and receive email through it.

Disable Your Account:

If you would prefer not to receive email from us, you need to disable your account by emailing with your request. Unsubscribing yourself is not a permanent solution because you will be automatically added again the following month if your membership in the Interest Group is still current. For this reason we do not recommend that users unsubscribe themselves. If, in the future, you change your email address with the AAA, you will need to repeat this process. You may also re-enable your account by contacting the List Administrator at the above email address.

We hope that members will choose to stay on the listserv, as this is our main platform for sharing information with you.

Subscription Options:

If you would like to change your subscription options (switch to/from digest mode, change your password, etc), or have your password emailed to you, you can login to your subscription page also using the link:

Please feel free to contact us at with any questions.

Warm regards,
Lauren Heidbrink

CFP – Children’s Experiences with Global Health

Call for Paperseasarai

MAGic2015 conference:
“Anthropology and Global Health: Interrogating theory, policy, and practice”
University of Sussex, UK, 9-11th Sept 2015

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CFP: Memories of (post)socialist childhood and schooling

Please download the call for chapters flyer for more details on an edited volume titled: Memories of (Post)Socialist Childhood and Schooling
Chapter proposals are due on the 1st of September, 2015 and full chapters are due by the 1st February 2016.

Call for applications: MA Childhood Studies and Children’s Rights (FU Berlin)

macr-logo_deThe deadline for applications to study the advanced MA Childhood Studies and Children’s Rights at Freie Universität Berlin  is on 30th April 2015. We still have some open places and welcome further applications.

The 1,5 year course (90 ECTS) starts next winter semester in mid-October 2015. Continue reading Call for applications: MA Childhood Studies and Children’s Rights (FU Berlin)

Upcoming Colloquium at the Center for the History of Childhood, Oxford

‘Juvenile Delinquency in the 19th and 20th Centuries: National and Transnational Perspectives’

a one-day interdisciplinary conference

Conference Organizers: Professor Laurence Brockliss and Dr Heather Ellis

The conference will discuss recent work on the national and transnational history of juvenile delinquency and youth justice in different parts of the world with a particular focus on how ideas and understandings of delinquency have travelled across regional and national borders and been accepted, rejected or adapted in new geographical and cultural contexts.

Venue: Summer Common Room, Magdalen College, High Street, Oxford

9:00 – 9:20: Registration in the Summer Common Room

9:20-9.30: Introduction and Welcome
Heather Ellis (Liverpool Hope)
Writing the History of Transnational Juvenile Delinquency

9.30-11.00: Session 1: Juvenile Delinquency and Colonial Systems
Helen Rogers (Liverpool John Moores): ‘Being Boys? Comparing the Behaviour of Convict Lads Before and After Transportation’
Stephanie Olsen (Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin): ‘Dangerous Boys in Britain and India, c. 1880-1914’

11.00-11.15: Coffee

11.15-12.45: Session 2: Delinquency and Nation Building
Catherine Cox and Susannah Riordan (UCD): ‘Towards a History of Juvenile Delinquency in Ireland’
Bryce Evans (Liverpool Hope): ‘“How will we kill the evening?” ‘Degeneracy’ and ‘Second Generation’ Male Adolescents in Independent Ireland’

12.45-2.00: Lunch

2.00-3.30: Session 3: Delinquency and National Identity
Nazan Cicek (Ankara): ‘Juvenile Justice Alla Turca: Perception and Treatment of Juvenile Delinquency in the Turkish Republic (1923-2005)’
Kate Bradley (Kent): ‘Making Sense of Delinquency in the Post-War Welfare State: England and Wales, 1945-1970’

3.30-5.00: Session 4: Reconstructing the Lives of Juvenile Delinquents
Pam Cox (Essex): ‘Young Criminal Lives: Life Courses and Life Chances from 1850’
Heather Shore (Leeds Beckett): ‘Beyond Bad Girls and Artful Dodgers? Revisiting Young Criminal Lives from 1850’

5.00 – 6.00: Concluding Session: Oxford and Juvenile Delinquency
Laurence Brockliss (Oxford) et al.

The cost of attendance will be £50 for those who wish to take lunch in the New Room, Magdalen. This will be a very ample buffet lunch with wine as in previous years. For those simply wishing to attend the colloquium, there will be a charge of £15 to cover administration costs and tea and coffee. Cheques should be made out to ‘Dr L W B Brockliss, History of University’ and sent to Laurence Brockliss at Magdalen College, Oxford, OX14AU.