Ben Parsons and Patrick Ryan discuss the relationship between violence and power, politically and in generational relations in the second part of this two-part series. Listen here.
A discussion between Mathias Gardet and Ning de Coninck-Smith about post-World War Two children's villages. Listen here.
In this roundtable discussion, Martin Woodside, Shauna Vey, and Marah Gubar discuss the relationship between changing ideas of childhood and early forms of 19th century popular culture.
A think-piece by Kelly Condit-Shrestha and the IHRC Symposium Commentary on the Migration across Global Regimes of Childhood.
Childhood: History & Critique (CHC) is a multi-media series of interviews, essays, and reports on happenings in the historical study of childhood hosted by a team of scholars and edited by Dr. Patrick J. Ryan. The series is published and circulated online by the Society for the History of Children and Youth.
CHILDHOOD: History and Critique (CHC) is a series of interviews, commentary, and happenings in historical studies of childhood presented by Dr. Patrick J. Ryan, Kings University College at Western University, Canada.