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American Historical Review Aug 19
Historians consistently rely on chronological age when writing about their subjects. Explore a new collection, freely available until Sept. 15, that takes a look at age and aging as a potential category of historical analysis.
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History of Education Aug 11
One month today to get your abstracts in for our virtual conference: ‘Education Otherwise’
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Maria Cannon May 7
We are now fully booked for our Networking Event next week! We do have a waitlist so please add your name if you're interested- some places may become available or we can keep your email on file to be notifed about any future CHS events.
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dr. sam white Feb 6
any folks have any suggestions?
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Children's HistSocUK Jan 19
What’s it like to be the child who featured in a famous picture of conflict?
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Dr Lois Burke Jan 13
My article '“Meantime, it is quite well to write”: Adolescent Writing and Victorian Literary Culture in Girls’ Manuscript Magazines' has been published in a special issue of honouring the work of Sally Mitchell. 📚
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ICHRE at UCL IOE May 18
Free, online History of Education conference, 9 July 2020. Fed up of conference cancellations? Keen to share research with colleagues? Call for short papers open, of interest to
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Nara Milanich Feb 28
Child migrants are nothing new—nor is violence against them. Immigration activists and scholars: a must-read by ⁦⁩ in today’s ⁦⁩: SCOTUS may have just made violence against immigrant children more likely
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Leanne Calvert Jun 29
Working on something different today. This letter, dated Dec 1805, discusses the fate of a heavily pregnant friend who was not expected to survive childbirth. The writer was also pregnant & died herself before her daughters first birthday. Historical hindsight is awful
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Warwick MRC Mar 5
You get a real sense of movement from this contact sheet Made from strips of negatives (so that the photographer can select that One Shot) the sheets give a less edited view of the shoot From Lady Allen's adventure playground archives - play on a '60s London bombsite
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Julie Hardwick Sep 28
Heartbreaking, vitally imp. material - newspaper notices about teenage (one only 12 in fact) people of color pursuing freedom in 17th-c London. A great online option for student projects too.
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Stephanie Olsen Aug 19
Slightly more affordable today: Childhood, Youth and Emotions in Modern History
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Philippa Smith May 14
Includes an Investigating Children’s Health package put together in connection with the funded conservation and digitisation project on Foundling Hospital medical records - free to download
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Jessamy Carlson Sep 30
If anyone is so inclined, there’s a thread here about my PhD research. Enjoy!
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University of Reading History Jul 3
❓Do the children in your life have their own names for places in their environment? Our very own @JeremyBurchard1's fascinating new article in explores 'Children’s toponyms and imagined geographies, c. 1870 – c. 1950'... 👇👇👇
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Susannah Wright Jun 24
There should be some free e-prints! Creating liberal-internationalist world citizens: League of Nations Union junior branches in English secondary schools, 1919–1939
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Jennifer Crane Oct 8
The clip in this article is very powerful. Interesting for alongside archival materials on children's play
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Glamorgan Archives May 28
On this day in 1864, 7 year old Thomas Barry appeared before the Police Court at Tydfil charged with stealing six rhubarb tarts. He was sentenced to 14 days hard labour followed by 4 years in reformatory school
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Ben Griffin Aug 26
This is a must-read. explains how Edwardian suffragists, as well as many of the first women voters, formed their political views when they were children at school.
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Dr April Pudsey Oct 23
We've had success in the past few years supporting ECF postdoc. applications, so do get in touch! I'm available to mentor & support on ancient demography, childhood, gender, Roman social history, Graeco-Roman & Late R. Egypt
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