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1. Choosing to Care
Kyle Ciani and Robin Morris discuss Ciani's book, Choosing to Care: A Century of Childcare and Social Reform in San Diego, 1850–1950. You can listen here.
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2. The Queer Aesthetics of Childhood
Hannah Dyer and Casey Mecija discuss Dyer's book, The Queer Aesthetics of Childhood: Asymmetries of Innocence and the Cultural Politics of Child Development. You can listen here.
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3. Revisiting Sick Kids
This week we revisit our discussion of Sick Kids: The History of the Hospital for Sick Children, a monograph by David Wright. You can listen to the accompanying podcast episode here.
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4. Mussolini's Children
Eden McLean and Erica Moretti discuss McLean's book, Mussolini's Children: Race and Elementary Education in Fascist Italy. You can listen here.
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5. Sex, Law, and the Politics of Age
Ishita Pande and Kristine Alexander discuss Pande's book, Sex, Law, and the Politics of Age: Child Marriage in India, 1891-1937. You can listen here.
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6. Transforming the Elite
Michelle Purdy and Jon Hale discuss Purdy's book, Transforming the Elite: Black Students and the Desegregation of Private Schools. You can watch, here.
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7. Children's Experiences of Welfare in Modern Britain

Siân Pooley and Jonathan Taylor write about their new book, Children's Experiences of Welfare in Modern Britain.

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8. Youth and the Cuban Revolution
Anne Luke and Parvathi Kumaraswami discuss Luke's book, "Youth and the Cuban Revolution: Youth Culture and Politics in 1960s Cuba." You can listen, here.
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9. Strengthening Young Bodies, Building the Nation
Vassiliki Theodorou and Despina Karakatsani discuss their book, Strengthening Young Bodies, Building the Nation. A Social History of Child Health and Welfare in Greece (1890-1940). You can listen, here.
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10. Revisiting Figuring Korean Futures

Dafna Zur, Associate Professor of East Asian Languages and Culture at Stanford University, discusses her first monograph, Figuring Korean Futures: Children’s Literature in Modern Korea, with Ai Tran. This conversation originally appeared as episode 9 of season 7 of the SHCY Podcast. You can listen to the episode here

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