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Revisited: Marah Gubar, Shauna Vey, and Martin Woodside in a Roundtable Discussion

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1. Revisiting Chinese Student Migration and Selective Citizenship
Revisit Chinese Student Migration and Selective Citizenship: Mobility, Community and Identity between China and the United States by Lisong Liu. Read a review of his book from the JHCY, or listen to Liu's interview by Shauna Lo, here.
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2. Students of the Dream
Returned to a December 2019 conversation between Ruthie Yow and Lauren Neefe about Students of the Dream: Resegregation in a Southern City. 
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3. Raising Government Children
Returned to 2019 and hear Cassandra Yacovazzi's and Sara Gable's conversation with Catherine Rymph on Raising Government Children: A History of Foster Care and the American Welfare State. Listen here.
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4. Revisiting Growing Up in a Land Called Honalee
Revisit a discussion between Joel P. Rhodes and Lily Santoro on Growing Up in a Land Called Honalee: The Sixties in the Lives of American Children. Listen here.
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5. Revisiting: 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. Reading Children in Early Modern Culture
Edel Lamb and Kate Chedgzoy discuss Reading Children in Early Modern Culture. You can listen, here.
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7. 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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8. The Racialization of Children on American Advertising Trade Cards
Silke Hackenesch, an associate professor at the Institute for North American History at the University of Cologne, reflects on the way that trading cards leaned on gendered and racialized stereotypes to affirm the burgeoning commodity culture of the United States in the first half of the twentieth century. 
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9. Making Two Vietnams
Olga Dror is interviewed by Sabine Frühstück about Olga's monograph, Making Two Vietnams: War and Youth Identities, 1965-1975. You can listen, here.
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10. Teenagers and Social Change in 1950s Ireland
This week, Eleanor O'Leary is interviewed about her monograph, Youth and Popular Culture in 1950s Ireland, by Marcus Fee. You can listen, here.
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