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New Book: Childhood with Bourdieu

9781137384737Childhood with Bourdieu

Edited by
Leena Alanen, Liz Brooker and Berry Mayall

Palgrave Macmillan, January 2015

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History & Critique: What to Make of Child-Saving Discourse?

Ep1: What to Make of Child-Saving Discourse? 
by Patrick Ryan

Childhood: History & Critique is a bi-weekly series of interviews and commentaries on the historical study of childhood offered by Patrick J. Ryan for the Society for the History of Children and Youth.

Episode 1 – “What to Make of Child-Saving Discourse?” is available online at: http://shcyhome.org/2014/11/what-to-make-of-child-saving-discourse/
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Anthropologist Susan Terrio’s article on unaccompanied children in Politico

‘Life ended there’ — Rare Interviews with the Children of America’s Border Disaster
by Susan Terrio (Georgetown University)
Politico Magazine, July 10, 2014

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/07/children-border-detention-108788.html#.U789vY1yF8Y

Playing with Languages by Amy L. Paugh — Now in Paperback

Now out in paperback:  

Playing With Languages: Children and Change in a Caribbean Village
by Amy L. Paugh
http://berghahnbooks.com/title.php?rowtag=PaughPlaying.

Should you like to consider this publication for course adoption, an examination copy request slip can be found here: http://www.berghahnbooks.com/extras/docs/exam/PaughPlaying_9781782385165.html. The examination fee is fully refundable if you adopt this text. You can submit the form electronically or fax it to: (212) 233-6007.

You can also request a digital exam copy of the book by clicking here:http://berghahn.einspections.eb20.com/Requests/Step1/9780857457615

For more information on this title or any other from Berghahn Books, please visit www.berghahnbooks.com.

Bankstreet Occasional Papers 31: Art & Early Childhood

Art & Early Childhood: Personal Narratives & Social Practices

 

Art & Early Childhood: Personal Narratives & Social Practices

Young children are explorers of their worlds—worlds filled with unfamiliar things, first experiences, and tentative explanations.

Occasional Papers
This issue of Occasional Papers invites readers to join a dialogue that questions long-standing traditions of art in early childhood–traditions grounded in a modernist view of children’s art as a romantic expression of inner emotional and/or developmental trajectories. The essays seek to re/imagine the idea of the child as art maker, inquire about the relationships between children and adults when they are making art, and investigate how physical space influences our approaches to art instruction.
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Essays by Bronwyn Davies, Beth Olshansky, Edith Gwathmey & Ann-Marie Mott and many more…