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Education and Care Professions: the Contribution of Historical Knowledge

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1. Revisited: Ireland: Reading Childhood Comparatively

Mary Hatfield discusses childhood and gender in nineteenth century Ireland in this revisited episode of the Childhood: History and Critique series. Listen here.

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2. Verbs of Violence: 19th-Century Jigsaw Puzzles, Otherness, and American Childhood
Mahshid Mayar, assistant professor of American Studies at Bielefeld University, Germany, discusses the cultural context and messaging of children's toys in the United States in the nineteenth century. 
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3. Revisited: The Challenges of Childhood History

Siân Pooley and Hannah Newton deliver keynote addresses on the challenges of childhood history, at our 2015 conference, hosted by Queen Mary University of London.

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4. Growing Up in a Land Called Honalee
Joel P. Rhodes discusses his book, Growing Up in a Land Called Honalee: The Sixties in the Lives of American Children, with Dr. Lily Santoro of Southeast Missouri State University. Listen here.
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5. Hawaiian by Birth
Take a listen as Joy Schultz discusses her monograph, Hawaiian by Birth: Missionary Children, Bicultural Identity, and US Colonialism in the Pacific with her peer, Emily Manktelow.
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6. Evil Children in the Popular Imagination
Karen Renner explores the horrors of evil child narratives in her monograph, Evil Children in the Popular Imagination, in a conversation with Trevor Warren and Courtney Brooks. Listen here.
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7. American Girls and Global Responsibility
Jennifer Helgren discusses her new monograph, American Girls and Global Responsibility: A New Relation to the World during the Early Cold War with Traci Roberts-Camps. Listen here.
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8. Revisited: The History of Sexuality

John Spurlock and Kim Phillips discuss the history of sexuality with Patrick J. Ryan. Listen, here.

 

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9. Picturing Childhood: Youth in Transnational Comics
Co-editors Brittany Tullis and Mark Heimermann discuss their collection, Picturing Childhood: Youth in Transnational Comics, with Qiana Whitted. Listen here.
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10. Tugce Kayaal

Tugce Kayaal, a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, is writing her dissertation on war orphans and youth sexuality in the late Ottoman Empire (1912-23) and working on her article on the medical and moral discourses on masturbation in adolescence in the early twentieth-century Ottoman advice manuals.

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