Rutgers-Camden dedicates building for childhood studies program The Artis Building at 4th and Cooper streets will be home to what the university calls the first doctorate program of its kind in the nation. Check out this story on courierpostonline.com.and this video on SNJToday.
Dr. Dan Cook’s recent publication, “Children’s Market Researchers as Moral Brokers,” appears in the Journal of Cultural Economy. Read it here.
Dr. John Wall, professor of Religion and Childhood Studies, appeared on Rutgers. panel focusing on separation of children and parents at the US-Mexico border on September 13, 2018. Read the article here.
Read Dr. Sarada Balagopalan’s article “Afterschool and during vacations’: on labor and schooling in the postcolony” recently published in the journal Children’s Geographies here. She also participated in a conversation on ‘Global/local’ research on children and childhood in a ‘global society’ in the journal Childhood. Read that conversation here.
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.
Dr. Kate Cairns was quoted in the article What Children Understand about Food Insecurity posted on Civil Eats. Read article here.