Archive: Guest Posts

Jun  17

Guest Post: Children, Childhood, and the Irish Revolution

Marnie Hay is a lecturer in History at St. Patrick’s Campus, Dublin City University, and Sarah-Anne Buckley is a lecturer […]

Mar  17

Guest Post: Leslie Ginsparg Klein on Dress Codes and Uniforms as a Socialization Tool

Leslie Ginsparg Klein is the academic dean of Women’s Institute of Torah Seminary – Maalot Baltimore. My daughter, an elementary […]

Mar  08

Guest Post: Children, Poverty and Film in Mid-Century Mexico

Eileen Ford is associate professor of history at California State University-Los Angeles and author of “Childhood and Modernity in Mexico […]

Nov  11

Guest Post: Heidi Morrison and Reflections on the Universality of Finding Meaning in Death

Heidi Morrison is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse. She is the author of […]

Jul  06

Guest Post: Ashley Mathisen on the Curious History of the Spinal Machine

Ashley Mathisen recently graduated from Oxford University with a DPhil in History, and is currently working on course development in […]

Jul  01

Guest Post: Jennine Hurl-Eamon on the Army’s Continuing Appeal to Marginalized Youth

Jennine Hurl-Eamon is an Associate Professor of History at Trent University in Canada. She is the author of articles in […]

Jun  29

Guest Post: Margaret Cassidy on Digital Kids, Helicopter Parents, and 21st Century Childhood

Margaret Cassidy is Associate Professor of Communications at Adelphi University, where she teaches courses in media history and criticism, communication […]

Jun  24

Guest Post: Phillip Buckley on Challenging Nostalgic Visions of the Public School Students of Yesteryear

Phillip Buckley is an assistant professor at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and an interdisciplinary scholar interested in law, rights, childhood, […]

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