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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The Department of Childhood Studies welcomes Anthony Wright to the faculty in Fall 2019. Anthony Wright will receive his PhD in medical anthropology this spring from the University of California, Berkeley and San Francisco. His research uses ethnographic methods to explore technologically mediated processes of care and communication among young people in life-threatening circumstances, from… continue reading
Ryan Bunch was awarded the H.Earle Johnson Publication Subvention from the Society of American Music for his forthcoming book Oz and the Musical: Performing the American Fairy Tale, to be published by Oxford University Press. To learn more about the subvention, go to the American Music website.
Dr. Lynne Vallone was recently interviewed by BBC Radio 4’s Laurie Taylor in the program “Thinking Allowed” about her book Big and Small: A Cultural History of Extraordinary Bodies. Listen to her interview here.