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februar 2019

CFP: Childhood and Youth Network of the Social Science History Association

16. februar

by Elizabeth Dillenburg We invite you to participate in the annual meeting of the Social Science History Association by submitting a session proposal or paper to the Childhood and Youth Network of the SSHA. The conference will take place in Chicago on November 21-24, 2019. For more information on the conference as well as the general call for proposals, please see the SSHA website: https://ssha.org/. The deadline for full panel or individual paper proposals is February 16, 2019. The association particularly emphasizes…

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april 2019

CFP: Barnboken søker tekster om Ulf Stark

8. april

Ulf Stark (1944–2017) var en av Sveriges främsta barn- och ungdomsboksförfattare. Han debuterade 1964 med diktsamlingen Ett hål till livet och hans första barnbok var Petter och den röda fågeln (1975). Det litterära genombrottet kom med ungdomsboken Dårfinkar och dönickar (1984), som vann Bonniers Juniorförlags barnbokspristävling. Flera av Ulf Starks böcker utspelas i hans barndoms Stureby och har självbiografiska inslag. Några av de mest kända och lästa är trilogin om vännerna Ulf och Percy, som inleddes med Min vän Percys magiska gymnastikskor (1991). Ulf Stark har samarbetat med en…

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Call for Papers 2nd Issue: Children’s Poetry in Literary Education

30. april

Very often poetry has been defined as a particular kind of language that does innovative things with words, sound, rhythm and patterns, features that can be a constant source of pleasure but also (and especially for the teachers) of despair. In its strong association with language-play and music, poetry could be found and thoroughly enjoyed in many different forms and manifestations not only in school environments, but also and even more importantly, outside the classroom sphere and beyond the teacher’s…

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mai 2019

Konferanse/CFP: Beyond the Canon (of Children’s Literature)

8. mai10. mai

The Croatian Association of Researchers in Children's Literature and the University of Zadar cordially invite you to The 14th International Child and the Book Conference (CBC2019): Beyond the Canon (of Children's Literature) 8 – 10 May 2019 and to the post-conference event Children's Literature Scholarship in Europe 11 May 2019, Zadar, Croatia The International Conference The Child and the Book, launched in London in 2004, has since taken place in different countries (Belgium, UK, Turkey, USA, Canada, Norway, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Poland and Spain).…

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juli 2019

Children’s literature summer school in Antwerp

1. juli5. juli

Children's literature summer school in Antwerp - early bird fee until end of January Students from over 20 different countries have already registered for the Children’s Literature Summer School at the University of Antwerp. Since our early bird fee expires at the end of January, and several strands are (almost) full, I hope you don’t mind that we send you a reminder for registration: https://www.uantwerpen.be/en/summer-schools/childrens-literature. We would be grateful if you could share this information with colleagues and students who…

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august 2019

Silence and Silencing in Children’s Literature – the 24th IRSCL Conference

14. august18. august

The 24th Biennial Congress of IRSCL will be held by The Swedish Institute for Children's Books, in collaboration with the Department of Culture, Languages and Media at Malmö University, the Department of Culture and Aesthetics at Stockholm University, and the Faculty of Arts, Psychology and Theology at Åbo Akademi University, Finland, Stockholm, Sweden, 14 - 18 August 2019. Theme: 'Silence and Silencing in Children's Literature' Convenor: Åsa Warnqvist Dates: August 14 - 18, 2019 Host Institution: Stockholm City Conference Centre, Stockholm, Sweden Website: http://www.irsclcongress2019.com E-mail: simon.springare@sbi.kb.se Call for…

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Call for papers: Art in Education

28. august30. august
Oslomet – storbyuniversitetet, Pilestredet 46
Oslo,
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From Oslomet: "We invite national and international researchers, teachers and artists to the conference which focuses on topics such as the effects of collective art experiences on learning environments, the impact of creative joy on learning, and the power of artistic exploration. The conference will take place in Oslo, Norway on the 28 – 30th August 2019. The call for abstracts for the Art in Education conference is now open for those who are interested in presenting. See also the…

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september 2019

Konferanse/CFP: Childhoods of Color

13. september14. september

Childhoods of Color, an interdisciplinary conference September 13-14, 2019, Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture, University of Wisconsin-Madison Keynote lecture by Prof. Ebony Elizabeth Thomas, University of Pennsylvania The Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture (http://www.wiscprintdigital.org/) is pleased to issue this call for paper and panel submissions to our 2019 conference, “Childhoods of Color,” exploring the various ways children of color interact with and are represented in print and digital media. Approximately half of school-aged…

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Konferanse: Verbal and visual strategies in nonfiction picturebooks

25. september28. september

7th International conference European Network of Picturebook Research PhD workshop September 25, 2019, International conference September 26 – 28, 2019 Western Norway University of Applied Sciences / Høgskulen på Vestlandet – Campus Bergen - Kronstad Call for Papers Nonfiction picturebooks have been published concurrently with fictional picturebooks for decades, if not centuries. Clearly recognized as an art form on a par with fiction picturebooks, nonfiction picturebooks have been honoured with their own category for awards at the prestigious Bologna Children's…

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oktober 2019

Call for papers: Beyond Boundaries. Authorship and Readership in Life Writing

24. oktober25. oktober

A two-day conference held at Tilburg University, the Netherlands, 24 and 25 October 2019 In ‘The Limits of Life Writing’ David McCooey (2017) argues that in life-writing studies, the concept of limits or boundaries plays a central role. Since the rise of auto/biography studies in the 1970s and 1980s critical attention has been paid to generic limits and the limits concerning the auto/biographical subject. With respect to the former, discussions have evolved in particular around the boundaries between literary and…

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