About five years ago, Dan Cook recalls, he began leading an editorial team on a mission to create the premiere reference work for the burgeoning, global field of childhood studies.


Fast forward to the present day, as the Rutgers University–Camden researcher announces the publication of the major, field-defining work – The SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies – due out this May. The four-volume, 1.1 million-word international and interdisciplinary reference work includes nearly 600 entries curated to navigate the ever-unfolding historical, political, social, and cultural dimensions of children and childhood.

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