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

Call for Nominations: SHCY Fass-Sandin Article Prize - Scandinavian Languages - 2017

The Society for the History of Children and Youth (SHCY) har glädjen att välkomna nomineringar till den bästa artikeln på danska, norska eller svenska inom barndoms- eller ungdomshistoria som publicerats år 2017. Priset består av ett diplom och en prissumma på $ 250 US. Vinnaren meddelas hösten 2018.  Nomineringar är välkomna från förlag, redaktörer och forskare, och självutnämningar från författare.

Register by 8 June for "Border Crossing in Children's Literature" Symposium 14-15 June

The Second International Symposium for Children’s Literature & Fourth US-China Symposium for Children’s Literature will facilitate an exchange of ideas on new issues in children’s literature research between scholars from East and West, particularly concerning multicultural, international, and translated children’s literature in any format and genre. Twenty-five papers by children’s literature scholars, writers, and translators from seven countries and regions will be presented June 14-15, 2018.

CINE INFÂNCIA E JUVENTUDE EM DEBATE (09/06/2018)

CINE INFÂNCIA E JUVENTUDE EM DEBATE (09/06/2018)
Convidamos você para a próxima SESSÃO do 3º Ciclo de Cine Infância e Juventude em Debate que ocorrerá dia 09/06/2018 (sábado), a partir das 13h30min., no auditório da FATEC-TATUAPÉ, em São Paulo. O Ciclo ocorre todo os segundos sábados do mês ao longo do ano.
A programação do dia 09/06/2018 é a seguinte:

09/06 (FILME): Pixote: a lei do mais fraco (1981, 127 min, Brasil). Direção: Hector Babenco

Seeking SHCY Panelists - Banking, Money, Commerce

I am seeking panelists for next year's SHCY in Sydney, Australia. Any paper on the history of childhood that fits within the broad themes of banking, money, or commerce would be welcome. My paper is situated in the postbellum U.S. and considers race within the history of children and savings banks. Please email me ASAP if you are interested: janschul@ucsc.edu

Proposals are due May 30.

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