PhD Student Joseph V. Giunta has a chapter entitled “Why Are You Keeping This Curiosity Door Locked?”: Childhood Subjectivities and Play as Conflict Resoultuion in the Postmodern Web Series Stranger Things in Child and Youth Agency in Science Fiction: Travel, Technology, Time due to be released in November. For more information click here.
PhD Candidate Lisa Puga was recently interviewed on WURD Radio’s “Reality Check” about her doctoral research with Black homeschooling families in Philadelphia. Listen to the interivew here.
Congratulations to PhD Candidate Lisa Puga on her recently published article in the Peabody Journal of Education: “‘Homeschooling is Our Protest”: Educational Liberation for African American Homeschooling Families in Philadelphia, PA” Read the article here.
Dr. Meredith Bak (assistant professor, Childhood Studies) coauthored an article, “Struggling for Recognition: Intensive Mothering’s ‘Practical Effects’ in the Babadook” in the Quarterly Review of Film and Video. Read the article here.
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Congratulations to PhD student, Mary Louise Mitsdarffer, who was awarded a Diversity Scholarship for the 2019 ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research at the University of Michigan which was established in 2018 to promote quantitative training among incoming graduate students from underrepresented groups. Thanks to a generous grant from the Bill & … Continue reading 2019 ICPSR Summer Program Diversity Scholarship Awarded to PhD Student Mary Louise Mitsdarffer…