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

ANN: SHCY Featured Students

This week SHCY Features offers a research reflection by doctoral candidate Peter Skagius from the Department of Childhood Studies at Linköping University, Sweden.  http://www.shcy.org/features/students/peter-skagius/

Last month, the "Featured Students" series aired a video presentation by William & Mary doctoral candidate Katherine Cartwright with Dr. Miranda Sachs.  http://www.shcy.org/features/students/katherine-s-cartwright/

ANN: SHCY Feature on Childhood and Colonial Modernity in Egypt

This week’s SHCY Features includes a published JHCY review with a recorded conversation between Heidi Morrison and Nancy Gallagher about Morrison’s 2015 Childhood and Colonial Modernity in Egypt (Palgrave).  http://www.shcy.org/features/books/childhood-and-colonial-modernity-in-egypt/

Call for Papers: Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association

The PCB-AHA serves all members of the American Historical Association residing and working in the twenty-two states west of the Mississippi and the four western provinces of Canada. Our annual meeting brings together historians of all spatial, temporal, and thematic specializations.

Call for Nominations: Fass-Sandin Article Prize in Scandinavian Languages

The Society for the History of Children and Youth (SHCY) har glädjen att välkomna nomineringar till bästa tidskriftsartikel på danska, norska eller svenska inom barndoms- eller ungdomshistoria som publicerats år 2017 eller 2018. Priset består av ett diplom och en prissumma på $ 250 US. Vinnaren meddelas sommaren 2019.

Call for Nominations: SHCY Best Article Prize in Spanish - 2017-18

The Society for the History of Children and Youth (SHCY), (La Sociedad para la Historia de la Infancia y la Juventud) se complace en abrir una convocatoria del premio al mejor artículo académico publicado en español sobre la historia- ampliamente entendida — de la infancia, los niños, o la juventud, publicado en 2017 o 2018. El premio se consiste en una placa y un monto de US $250. 
El nombre del/a ganador/a será anunciado a finales de abril de 2019 y el artículo será reconocido en nuestra conferencia bianual, que se llevará a cabo en Sydney en junio de 2019.