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CHAMADA DO SIMPÓSIO INFÂNCIAS E JUVENTUDES: EXPERIÊNCIAS, HISTÓRIAS E POLÍTICAS/SYMPOSIUM CALL CHILDREN AND YOUTH: EXPERIENCES, STORIES AND POLICIES

CHAMADA DO SIMPÓSIO INFÂNCIAS E JUVENTUDES: EXPERIÊNCIAS, HISTÓRIAS E POLÍTICAS

Estão abertas as inscrições de trabalhos para o Simpósio Temático ST26: Infâncias e Juventudes: experiências, histórias e políticas, coordenado por Eduardo Silveira Netto Nunes (UNISANT'ANNA/COGEAE-PUC-SP) e Olga Brites (PUC/SP), que ocorrerá no XXV Encontro Estadual da ANPUH-SP, na primeira quinzena de setembro de 2020.

CFP: Youth Literature and Media

The Youth LIterature and Media area of the Midwest Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association is accepting proposals for virtual and onsite presentations at the MPCAACA Annual Conference, Oct 2-4. Abstracts are being accepted until June 1. The conference may be onside, virtual, or a hybrid, but one way or another the show will go on! 

Check out our website for more info, the CFP, and to submit an absteract online: https://mpcaaca.org/

Thank you.

Dr. Suad Joseph interview-LAST AMECYS Friday Digital Author Series- Friday May 22 at 11 am CST

You are warmly invited to participate in the Association of Middle East Children and Youth Studies LAST (AMECYS) Spring Friday Digital Author interview with Dr. Suad Joseph (Distinguished Research Professor of Anthropology and Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies

The Spring 2020 issue of Historical Studies in Education/Revue d'histoire de l'éducation is now online! Le numéro du printemps 2020 est disponible !

Historical Studies in Education / Revue d'histoire de l'éducation co-editors, Penney Clark and Mona Gleason (UBC), invite you to read the following:

Special Contribution

In Memoriam: J. Donald Wilson, 1936-2019  |  William Bruneau

Focus on Higher Education

Call for Contributors: SHCY Features - Graduate Student Dilemmas During COVID-19

SHCY Online - Call for Contributors - Featured Students 

The Society for the History on Children and Youth is calling for participants in a featured series or a real-time e-roundtable addressing this question:

How are graduate students coping with COVID-19 restrictions and problems while making progress on their Ph.D. dissertations or Masters theses?

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