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Gabe Moshenska Apr 6
Book just published! 'Material Cultures of Childhood in Second World War Britain', open access, download here:
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Laura Tisdall Nov 1
Books arrived, just in time for book launch next Thursday!
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Nara Milanich Jun 24
My book! An academic history! That took seven years (eight?) and has too many footnotes! It’s in ! (Swoon... )
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RCSEd Library & Archive Mar 5
Vienna Children's Hospital, 1912. In an era pre antibiotics, children's cots were placed outside as a fresh-air treatment for tuberculosis
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Jaipreet Virdi Jan 22
On the back of this postcard, it is written: "Listening to the music box at the Blind Babies' House." The photo is of nurses with blind babies at the Sunshine Home in Brooklyn, NY, early 20th century Photo: Robert Bogdan Disability Collection
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Charlotte Clements Apr 29
My new article, now available online: Lady Albemarle’s youth workers: contested professional identities in English youth work 1958–1985
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Tarah Brookfield Sep 30
Long overdue, I'm finally reading 's A Class By Themselves: The Origins of Special Education in Toronto and Beyond. It's told with great empathy and youth-centric where possible. It's fills an important gap in .
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Dr Stephanie Olsen Oct 31
Abstract submission now open!
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Gail Hitchens Apr 9
Last week I visited A la Ronde and spotted these Inuit figurines made out of wood & sealskin. The female figures are wearing an amauti - a tailored parka with an in-built baby pouch. If you look closely, you can just about see the baby hiding in the hood
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Katie Barclay Jun 20
Looking for financial accounts kept by schoolchildren and the very poor between 1750-1850 in UK and Ireland. Or school records of them being taught? Anybody know a secret stash?
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Laura Sefton Nov 7
A sweet reminder that children don't just pick up on political messages in their childhoods, but are political beings who think about those messages as well. Children's views on the 1964 General Election
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Carys Brown Jan 22
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries charity schools in and were often poorly attended in winter: many of the children 'were but thinly clad, & some without shoes'. Makes sound an unattractive prospect.
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Dr. Elizabeth Dillenburg Feb 22
One week until the deadline for conference! , , and I are looking for awesome papers and panels for the Childhood and Youth Network.
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Warwick MRC Apr 11
School v. Prison, c.1896 "Every penny spent on schools is saved on police-courts and prisons" Bradford School Board Election handbill for John Cryer, linking the growth of compulsory education with a decrease in crime ()
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Helen Sunderland Oct 22
Very excited to see my article 'Politics in schoolgirl debating cultures in England, 1886-1914' published with
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CLC Archive Mar 4
Ladies' College girls from the 1920s and 1930s exploring Cleeve Hill.
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AUTHLANGUAGE Jul 8
We are seeking bloggers for late summer/autumn! Interested in writing something? Get in touch! All area studies and perspectives which speak to our aims welcome :) etc
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Simone Kahlow Mar 6
Archaeology of the . Finally, my PhD-Thesis is with the publisher. I can not wait to see the finished book! Mood: overwhelmed, anxious, excited.
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Tom Almeroth-W May 28
Lovely glimpse of animal companionship. Sorry I can’t identify. Snapped in antiques shop with son tugging on my arm.
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Dr. Erin Millions Nov 20
Delighted to have this out in the world now! Journal of the Canadian Historical Association v.29 no.1 With assists by & Sherry Farrell Racette. Thank you!
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