New Book, Food and Femininity, coauthored by Kate Cairns and Josée Johnston

Kate Cairns is pleased to announce the release of her book, Food and Femininity, coauthored with University of Toronto sociologist Josée Johnston (Bloomsbury Publishing). The book draws on qualitative research in Toronto to explore the gendered politics of contemporary food ideals and practices, including the pressures surrounding feeding children. 

Childhood Studies Offers Many Funding Opportunities for Graduate Applicants

The Department of Childhood Studies, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Rutgers University—Camden offer a variety of funding sources for those applying to the doctoral program in Childhood Studies and offer significant opportunities for support to current students in the program.Graduate AssistantshipsAvailable to entering, full-time PhD students only, these Assistantships offer tuition remission, … Read more of Childhood Studies Offers Many Funding Opportunities for Graduate Applicants

Recent Book Publications by Rutgers–Camden Childhood Studies Faculty and Graduates

 The Department of Childhood Studies is excited to announce the recent publication of two books by recent PhD graduates, based on their dissertation research, and two by department faculty: Diane Marano (PhD, Childhood Studies, 2014) Juvenile Offenders and Guns: Voices Behind Gun Violence (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015) explores how and why twenty-five incarcerated young men of color … Read more of Recent Book Publications by Rutgers–Camden Childhood Studies Faculty and Graduates