Dr. Sarada Balagopalan has authored an article, “Why Historicize Rights Subjectives? Children’s Rights, Compulsory Schooling, and the Deregulation of Child Labor in India”

Dr. SARADA BALAGOPALAN (associate professor, FASC-childhood studies) has authored an article, “Why Historicize Rights Subjectivities? Children’s Rights, Compulsory Schooling, and the Deregulation of Child Labor in India” that appeared in Childhood: A Journal of Global Child Research. She also has been named as a Wolf Humanities Center Regional Fellow for the 2019-20 Forum on Kinship … Continue reading Dr. Sarada Balagopalan has authored an article, “Why Historicize Rights Subjectives? Children’s Rights, Compulsory Schooling, and the Deregulation of Child Labor in India”

Dr. Lauren Silver published a new article in Children’s Geographies: “Transformative Childhood Studies: a remix in inquiry, justice, love.”

In this essay, Dr. Silver asks childhood studies scholars to look critically at what justice means and what it would entail for differently positioned children, youth, and communities. Silver maps out a concept and praxis of transformative childhood studies (TCS) which involves a remix in transformative justice, childhood studies scholarship, and feminist methodology. She draws … Continue reading Dr. Lauren Silver published a new article in Children’s Geographies: “Transformative Childhood Studies: a remix in inquiry, justice, love.”