Download the call for papers: Early Childhood conference Sept 2014
The May 2014 issue of CLELE journal (Children’s Literature in English Language Education) is now available online http://clelejournal.org/
Have a look – it is open access, with articles on young adult literature, picture books and extensive reading in children’s global language education (EFL/ESL).
The Children and Childhood Studies Area of the Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association is accepting submissions for our 25th Annual Conference until June 15. We are seeking papers, panels, roundtables and other formats on any topic at the convergence of childhood and popular culture. Please see our full CFP for more info.
Can’t make it to Baltimore in November? You can still participate via our online collaboration with H-PCAACA, “American Childhood in 25 Artifacts.” Let’s do a little digital scholarship! Please submit your artifact for this collection by Oct 10.
Child Labour in Global Society, by Paul Close
Bingley: Emerald Group
June 2014 (ISBN 978-1-78350-779-5);
Child Labour in Global Society is a critical response to the modern
educational regime, compulsory schooling and the ‘slavery industry’ in a
globalizing world; to evolving and exploitative notions of ‘slavery’; to
definitions of ‘slavery’ in international law; to approaches to ‘educational
labour’, including in international human rights law; and to cultural,
common-sense and professional perspectives on ‘slavery’ and ‘educational
labour’, in the light of which it is arguable that children’s ‘slave labour’
in modern and modernizing societies is grossly under-estimated and otherwise
greatly, if conveniently, misrepresented.
Red Feather Journal (www.redfeatherjournal.org), an online, peer-reviewed,
international and interdisciplinary journal of the child image, seeks
submissions for the Fall 2014 issue (deadline September 15th, 2014).
Red Feather Journal seeks well-written, critical articles on any aspect of
the child image or image of childhood. The journal welcomes submissions that
examine a broad range of media: film, Television, the Internet, print
resources, art, or any other visual medium. Some sample topics include, but
are certainly not limited to: studies of images of children of color; child
as commodity; images of children in international films; political uses of
the child image; children in advertising; childhood as myth, visual
adaptations of children¹s literary works; child welfare images; images of
children and/in war or conflict; the child image in video games; images of
children and material culture; or any other critical examination of the
child image, or childhood, in a variety of visual mediums. Red Feather
Journal welcomes international submissions.
Red Feather Journal will also consider submissions of tasteful photo essays
or artistic works. Copyright information, including permission for use of
each image, must be included with the submission. Red Feather will not use
any image without the express written consent of its copyright holder.
Submissions to Red Feather Journal are accepted on a rolling basis. Red
Feather Journal is published twice a year and adheres to the MLA citation
system. Authors are welcome to submit articles in other citations systems,
with the understanding that, upon acceptance, conversion to MLA is a
condition of publication. Red Feather Journal is indexed through EBSCO host
and MLA bibliography.
Interested contributors please submit the paper, an abstract, and a brief
biography (with full contact information) as attachments in Word to
Deadline for submissions for the Fall 2014 issue is September 15th, 2014.
Tribute to Judith Ennew, one of the pioneers of childhood studies, written by Virginia Morrow.
You can “like” it on the Young lives Facebook page (scroll down just a bit) and post to others:
and/or you can read it on the Childhood webpage
Can children contribute to decisions that affect their lives? A sharing of the experience of using Action Research approaches with children, parents / guardians and community leaders in two communities in Uganda
Presenter: Hilda Nankunda, PhD student, School of Social Work, University of Central Lancashire
Wednesday 4 June
Greenbank Building, room 201
UCLan, School of Social Work
Seminar is free. Refreshments provided.
To reserve a place go to EventBrite at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/