H-Childhood is an edited network focused on the history of childhood and youth. Subscriptions to H-Childhood are free. The H-Childhood network is co-sponsored by the Society for the History of Children and Youth (SHCY) and H-Net.

Recent Network Content

WORKSHOP A infância e sua história: metodologias e fontes

WORKSHOP A infância e sua história: metodologias e fontes

Coordenador(es): Dr. EDUARDO SILVEIRA NETTO NUNES (UNICASTELO/UNISANT'ANNA, GT HISTORIA DA INFANCIA E JUVENTUDE/ANPUH-SP/Brasil), Dra. OLGA BRITES (PUC/SP, GT HISTORIA DA INFANCIA E JUVENTUDE/ANPUH-SP/Brasil)

INFORMAÇÕES MINICURSO : http://www.snh2015.anpuh.org/minicurso/view?TIPO=1&ID_MINICURSO=888

Call for Authors - Family & Parent Leadership: A Reference Guide

We are inviting academic editorial contributors to Family & Parent Leadership: A Reference Guide, a new 1-volume library reference to be published in 2016. This title examines in detail issues about family leadership, including topics such as the culture changing American families, concepts of marital leadership, the influence of economics, family stress, education, and health care among other topics. Family & Parent Leadership: A Reference Guide includes approximately 125 articles organized A-Z in the following categories:

CFP: SCMS 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia - Panel on Children and Media, Disney, Nickelodeon, Gender, Girls etc.

Youth Media, Disney, Nickelodeon, Gender, Girls, Children etc.
 
This panel is intended to explore representations of childhood/children on screen. The panel currently remains broadly conceived and is open to submissions relating to other aspects of children’s media.

Submissions on the nature of children and media--particularly gender--are encouraged but not limited to the suggestions below:

SIMPOSIO INFANCIA EN LA HISTORIA DE LAS AMÉRICAS Y CARIBE 55 ICA

PROGRAMACIÓN SIMPOSIO INFANCIA EN LA HISTORIA DE LAS AMÉRICAS Y CARIBE 55 ICA (CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE AMERICANISTAS)

Coordinadores del Simposio La infancia en la historia de las Américas y Caribe

Dr. Eduardo Silveira Netto Nunes  y    Dr. María Eugenia Sánchez Calleja

edunettonunes@hotmail.com  juventudinfancia@hotmail.com  mecalleja19@yahoo.com.mx

Announcing the 2015/2016 Women Make Movies Catalog

The new Special Edition catalog has over 150 films highlighted from the Women Make Movies collection, spanning 40 years of groundbreaking women’s cinema on international issues. Included are films that touch on topics like body image in adolescent girls and the internalized effects of racism in children.

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