"This timely collection on childhood studies is both usefully focused and richly diverse, with essays on literature, history, architecture, critical race studies, child-centered jurisprudence, adoption, gender and queer identity, archive studies, and performance theory. Taking up critical questions of disciplinarity, professionalization, and institutionalization, The Children's Table models and encourages greater dialogue within as well as beyond the humanities. Useful for advanced students and scholars, it also offers an excellent introduction to the subject. An impressive, fun, highly engaging volume."--Kenneth Kidd, author of "Freud in Oz: At the Intersections of Psychoanalysis and Children's Literature"Rezension:
"Linking scholarship across disciplines, time periods, and methods, "The Children's Table" convincingly argues for the importance of a multidisciplinary approach in childhood studies, demonstrating how humanist perspectives and methods animate and, at times, construct child-related concerns in the sciences and social sciences." --Meredith A. Bak, Franklin & Marshall College
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