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april 2017

01/04/2017 @ 08:00 - 18/02/2018 @ 17:00
Triennale Design Museum, Milano, Italia + Google Map

A new history of Italian design, this time devoted to the world of children and to the design and architecture that has been created for them. It includes the games and images that have amused and informed them, the spaces within which they took their first steps, and the objects they used to discover the world. The 10th edition of the Triennale exhibition provides an overview of Italian design, focusing specifically on the playful world of children, thus toys, games,…

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august 2017

Call for papers: Border-Crossing in Children’s Literature

august 14

The Second International Symposium for Children’s Literature & The Fourth US-China Symposium for Children’s Literature June 14-16, 2018 Cotsen Children’s Library, Princeton University The International Symposium for Children’s Literature, first held in 2012 as the US-China Symposium for Children’s Literature, was born at an exciting moment in children’s books and reading in China. Imported/translated picture books and juvenile literature, along with parent-child shared reading practice, were increasingly introduced to rising middle-class Chinese families and rejuvenated the creation of domestic works.…

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Call for Papers: L.M. Montgomery and Reading

august 15

The L.M. Montgomery Institute’s Thirteenth Biennial Conference at University of Prince Edward Island, 21-24 June 2018 “I am simply a book drunkard. Books have the same irresistible temptation for me that liquor has for its devotee. I cannot withstand them.” –April 4, 1899 (from The Complete Journals of L.M. Montgomery: The P.E.I. years, 1899-1900) “In spite of this proliferation of approaches to Montgomery, her fictions flourish in their original form. They continue to draw people from all over the world…

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Call for Papers: Child-Animal Relationships in Comics: Historical and Transcultural Perspectives

august 31

Many of the most well-known comics protagonists have pets or animal friends, loyal sidekicks in their daily lives and adventures: Charlie Brown has Snoopy, his independent, precocious dog, Calvin has Hobbes, a stuffed tiger acquiring life through the boy's imagination, Beano's Dennis the Menace eventually acquired an equally destructive canine companion called Gnasher, Tintin (successfully eluding the adult-child distinction, but remaining in many ways a child with a degree of agency accorded only to adults) has Snowy. Already the Yellow…

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Call for Chapters: Posthuman Pooh: Edward Bear after 100 Years

august 31

Deadline for Submissions: August 31, 2017 Full name / Name of Organization: Jennifer Harrison, East Stroudsburg University, USA Contact email: I am currently seeking chapter submissions for an edited volume celebrating the centenary in 2026 of A. A. Milne’s The World of Pooh.  As classics from the “golden age” of children’s literature, Milne’s Pooh stories have received considerable attention from critics and fans over the years; however, less critical attention has been devoted to the continuing relevance of the…

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september 2017

Call for Papers: Boys in Theory

september 15

For the Spring 2018 issue of Boyhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal (Volume 11), the editors invite critical contributions to theories of “boyhoods”, “male development”, and “young masculinities”. These various monikers already advertise divergent angles and frames of approaching, circumscribing, and capturing boys’ lives in theory. “Theory” extends widely to the conceptual apparatus of the psychological and developmental sciences (developmental psychology, evolutionary psychology, psychoanalysis), gender/sexuality/sex role/queer/LGBT studies, and allied disciplines. What have been the implications, the work, the dissonances, and the…

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Call for papers: History of Education & Children’s Literature

september 30

Call for papers – Special Issue of «History of Education & Children’s Literature» n. 1, 2019: «Memories and Public Celebrations of Education in Contemporary Times» Proposals in English (between 500 and 1000 words) are to send before 30th September 2017 to: Notification of acceptance or refusal will be communicated on 30th November 2017. Please find attached the call for papers, the submission form and the journal’s editorial guidelines. Last ned dokumentene her

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oktober 2017

CFP: Children’s and Young Adult’s Digital Litterature

oktober 31

Apps Readers and Litterary Education Major changes which digital literature has been generating, as much in the production for children and young adults as in their experiences as readers, place new challenges for literary education. Educators need to know this reality deeply in order to be able to integrate it into the classroom and respond to the social and cultural changes which follow it. The academic journal TEXTURA proposes the publication of a special issue on the theme to contribute…

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november 2017

CFP: Translating and Transmediating Children’s Literatures and Cultures

november 1

Bookbird: A Journal of International Children’s Literature seeks contributions for a special issue on the translation and transmediation of children’s literatures and cultures. Mediation – whether in the form of adaptation, translation or remediation – allows for a reevaluation of a variety of notions ranging from authenticity, textuality, authorship, audience agency, age appropriateness, creativity, and storytelling. Henry Jenkins’ definition of “transmedia storytelling,” in particular, encapsulates the worldbuilding strategies of most of today’s popular children’s literary/cultural products. The lure of Alice…

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Etikk og litteraturformidling for barn og unge – åpent seminar i NBI

november 16 @ 12:00 - 16:00
Norsk barnebokinstitutt, Observatoriegaten 1b
Oslo, 0203
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NBI avholder et åpent seminar om etikk og litteratur/litteraturformidling for barn og unge. Seminaret er knyttet opp til vårt pågående forskningsprosjekt Litteratur, litteraturformidling og kunstopplevelse, 2016-2018. PROGRAM 12.00 – 12.05: Velkommen ved NBIs direktør Kristin Ørjasæter 12.05 – 12.50 Irene Engelstad: Etikk, litteratur og litteraturformidling Spørsmål 13.00 – 13.30 Hilde Hagerup: Etiske refleksjoner fra forfatter- og formidlerhold Kaffe 14.00 Det stille teater: 7 minutter over 12 - forestilling 15.00 – 15.30 Anne Skaret: Etiske dilemmaer i forbindelse med litterære hendelser…

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