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

CFP: Interrogating the In-between: UNSW Humanities and Languages Postgraduate Research Conference 2015

CALL FOR PAPERS:

Interrogating the In-between: UNSW Humanities and Languages Postgraduate Research Conference 2015

School of Humanities and Languages, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

University of New South Wales, Sydney

Friday June 12th 2015

 

Across all disciplines in the Humanities and Languages, researchers attempt to call binary distinctions into question, whether: Self/ Other; Subject/ Object; Past/ Future; Occident/ Orient; East/ West; Identity/ Difference; Being/ Nothing; Woman/ Man; Reality/ Virtuality.

Call for Papers for Symposium on 'Colonial Childhoods' in the British World

Centre for Research on Colonial Culture

Division of Humanities, University of Otago, New Zealand

 

Call for Papers

Symposium: Unpicking the tapestry: children & young people in British colonial contexts

 

Location:              Hocken Library, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Dates:                   Monday 24 August to Tuesday 25 August, 2015

Call for Applications: "The Case for Space" project.

The application call below is for a research project focusing on the enabling environment for youth development, sponsored by a partnership between Restless Development, Youth Business International and War Child UK. The project is being implemented by Youth Policy Labs, a Berlin-based think tank that focuses on youth policy. 

Fully-funded PhD Studentship in History of Childhood at University of Oxford

Fully-funded PhD Studentship in History of Childhood at University of Oxford

PhD Studentship on ‘Child abuse and neglect in mid-twentieth-century Britain’, Faculty of History, University of Oxford, UK

Funded through TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

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