Category Archives: ACYIG Blog

“Not in His Right Mind”

The Impact of Moral Panics on the Life course of Adoptees Diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder in the United States

by Rachael Stryker Continue reading “Not in His Right Mind”

The Value of Intergenerational Storytelling

The Value of Intergenerational Storytelling

by Sara E. Lahti Thiam Continue reading The Value of Intergenerational Storytelling

Seeking Student Contributions for the ACYIG Blog

Hi ACYIG members!  Have you been looking for a creative new course assignment to get students excited about the anthropology of children and youth?  Or have you felt like your anthropology students’ written submissions could benefit from a broader audience? How about asking students to write and comment on blog posts?  The ACYIG blog can publish your students’ work in a special student blog series. Continue reading Seeking Student Contributions for the ACYIG Blog

The Importance of ‘Blood,’ Identity, and Intergenerational Relationships over the Lifecourse of Ugandan Children Orphaned by AIDS

by Kristen Cheney Continue reading The Importance of ‘Blood,’ Identity, and Intergenerational Relationships over the Lifecourse of Ugandan Children Orphaned by AIDS

Time and bodies in grandparenthood

by Josien De Klerk Continue reading Time and bodies in grandparenthood

Staying on the move: The urban future with aging body

by Tiina Suopajärvi Continue reading Staying on the move: The urban future with aging body

Futures Past: Absent Kinships and the Japanese Child Welfare System

by Kathryn E. Goldfarb Continue reading Futures Past: Absent Kinships and the Japanese Child Welfare System

“Time is no longer a River”: Reflections on Life, Death, and Youth in the Digital Age

by Jenny Huberman Continue reading “Time is no longer a River”: Reflections on Life, Death, and Youth in the Digital Age