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desember 2017

Call for papers: Children and Popular Culture

01. desember 201720. mai 2018

CFP: Global Studies of Childhood  - Special Issue: Children and Popular Culture - Guest Editor: Patrick Cox, Rutgers University Childhood and youth are always contested notions, but perhaps nowhere more than in popular culture. Popular culture offers representations of children and youth as, among other things, wise, dangerous, evil, innocent, sexual, doomed, and in various states of “in progress.” Popular culture is also the broad site of much child agency, where children and youth produce texts from novels to YouTube…

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februar 2018

CFP – Children, Youth, and Performance Conference

9. februar

Children, Youth, and Performance Conference: Connecting Drama and Performance Research to Practice in the Lives of Young People Young People’s Theatre invites proposals for our “Children, Youth, and Performance Conference”, which will be held in Toronto, Canada on Sunday, June 24th, 2018. Building on the Ada Slaight Education Centre’s strong focus on Theatre for Young Audiences and Drama-in-Education, the ‘Children, Youth, and Performance Conference’ will bring together scholars, performers, and practitioners from different areas of the world. This conference is intended…

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april 2018

CFP: Libri & Liberi: Journal of Research on Children’s Literature and Culture

15. april

Libri & Liberi: Journal of Research on Children's Literature and Culture ( invites proposals for papers to be considered for publication in a Special issue to be published in 2018 on all aspects of research dedicated to WWI, New Historical Settings, and Children’s Literature PDF

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januar 2019

Call for Papers: International Research in Children’s Literature

01. januar 2019

Special Issue of International Research in Children’s Literature Curating National Children’s Literatures Guest editors: Karen Sands-O’Connor, Lucy Pearson and Aishwarya Subramanian This special issue seeks to examine the curation of ‘national’ children’s literatures: how are national canons created and sustained? How is the notion of a national literature defined, and which voices are included? The term ‘national’, like ‘classic’ and ‘canonical’, confers prestige, but in doing so creates a hierarchy of values which frequently privileges the voices of a dominant…

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