The Centre for Research in Young People’s Texts and Cultures is pleased to announce that the2015 Summer Issue of Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures is available.
The following sections are open access:
– Editorial, “YA Narratives: Reading One’s Age” by Mavis Reimer and Heather Snell
– Review essays by Lian Beveridge, Nyala Ali, Andrea Zerebeski, Nelly Duvicq, and Debra Dudek
Articles in this issue include:
Continue reading 2015 Summer – Issue of Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures
Special issue: Disabled children and disabling childhoods in the global South
Edited by: Erica Burman (University of Manchester), Anat Greenstein (University of Manchester) & Manasi Kumar (University of Nairobi)
Frames and debates for disability, childhood and the global South: Introducing the Special Issue
Erica Burman, Anat Greenstein and Manasi Kumar
Using Postcolonial Perspectives to Consider Rehabilitation with Children with Disabilities: The Bamenda-Toronto Dialogue
Stephanie A. Nixon, Lynn Cockburn, Ruth Acheinegeh, Kim Bradley, Debra Cameron , Peter N. Mue , Nyingcho Samuel, Barbara E. Gibson
Vietnam’s children’s experiences of being visually or hearing impaired
Disabling streets or disabling education? Challenging a deficit model of street-connectedness
Su Lyn Corcoran
Revolutionary entanglements: Transversal mappings of disability in the favela
Ashley Do Nascimento, Hans A. Skott-Myhre and Kathleen S. G. Skott-Myhre
For Michael Charlie: Including girls and boys with disabilities in the global South/North
Childhood Sexual Abuse and Disability: A critical study of an invisibilized constituency in India
Interrogating the impact of scientific and technological development on disabled children in India and beyond
Gregor Wolbring and Anita Ghai
Open Anthropology, the digital journal of the American Anthropological Association, is offering a theme-issue on “Approaching Youth in Anthropology” for its June 2015 issue. It includes articles previously published in a variety of AAA journals.
“Approaching Youth in Anthropology” is open access for six months (it launches today, June 9). Continue reading Open Anthropology – current issue on youth
Children’s Literature in English Language Education Ejournal
Volume 3 Issue 1 of the peer-reviewed CLELE journal is now freely available for download:
This issue contains, apart from the Editorial, the articles:
‘Who Are You? Racial Diversity in Contemporary Wonderland’
‘Making the Match: Traditional Nursery Rhymes and Teaching English to Modern Children’
…as well as academic book reviews, recommended reads, and a recommended venue.
Please do pass the link on to anyone who might be interested in reading the journal and perhaps also submitting an article.