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Book Interviews

Book Interviews

Interview with Lauren Hammond, Mary Biddulph, Simon Catling, and John H. McKendrick about their edited collection, Children, Education and Geography
18 December 2022

Our member, Lauren Hammond (University of Edinburgh, UK), and her co-editors Mary Biddulph (formerly University of Nottingham, UK), Simon Catling (Oxford Brookes University, UK), and John H. McKendrick (Glasgow Caledonian University, UK), talk about their edited collection, Children, Education and Geography: Rethinking Intersections (Routledge, 2022).

Interview with Victoria Cooper and Naomi Holford about their co-edited collection, Exploring Childhood and Youth
4 December 2022

Our members, Victoria Cooper and Naomi Holford (Open University, UK), talk about their edited collection, Exploring Childhood and Youth (Routledge, 2021).

Interview with Carlene Firmin, Michelle Lefevre, Nathalie Huegler, and Delphine Peace about their book, Safeguarding Young People beyond the Family Home
27 November 2022

Our member, Prof. Michelle Lefevre (University of Sussex, UK), and her co-authors, Prof. Carlene Firmin (Durham University, UK), Dr. Nathalie Huegler (University of Sussex, UK), and Delphine Peace (Durham University, UK), talk about their new book, Safeguarding Young People beyond the Family Home: Responding to Extra-Familial Risks and Harms (Policy Press, 2022).

Interview with Georgina Dimopoulos about her book, Decisional Privacy and the Rights of the Child
20 November 2022

Our member, Prof. Georgina Dimopoulos (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia) talks about her book, Decisional Privacy and the Rights of the Child (Routledge, 2022).

Interview with Deevia Bhana about her book, Girls Negotiating Porn in South Africa: Power, Play and Sexuality
23 October 2022

Our member, Prof. Deevia Bhana (University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa), talks about her new book, Girls Negotiating Porn in South Africa: Power, Play and Sexuality (Routledge, 2022).

Interview with Julia Gossard and Holly White about their co-edited special issue on “Double Age in the History of American Childhood and Youth”
9 October 2022

Our members, Julia Gossard (Utah State University, US) and Holly White (Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, US), talk about their co-edited special issue of the Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth.

Interview with Susan Pearson about her book, The Birth Certificate: An American History
26 September 2022

Our member, Prof. Susan Pearson (Northwestern University, US), talks about her new book, The Birth Certificate: An American History (University of North Carolina Press, 2021).

Interview with Louise Forde, Nessa Lynch, and Yannick van den Brink about their co-edited collection, Serious Offending by Children: Principles, Practice and Global Perspectives
23 August 2022

Our member, Louise Forde (Brunel, UK), and her co-editors, Nessa Lynch (Victoria University of Wellington, Australia) and Yannick van den Brink (Leiden University, Netherlands), talk about their edited collection, Serious Offending by Children: Principles, Practice and Global Perspectives (Routledge, 2022).

Interview with Neil Howard and Samuel Okyere about their co-edited collection, International Child Protection: Towards Politics and Participation
26 July 2022

Our members, Neil Howard (University of Bath, United Kingdom) and Samuel Okyere (University of Bristol, United Kingdom), talk about their co-edited collection International Child Protection: Towards Politics and Participation (Palgrave Macmillan, 2022).

Interview with Walter Kohan about his book – Paulo Freire: A Philosophical Biography – and the role of childhood in politicizing education
19 July 2022

Our member, Professor Walter Kohan (Rio de Janeiro State University, Brazil) talks about his book, Paulo Freire: A Philosophical Biography (Bloomsbury, 2021), with a focus on the role of childhood in politicizing education

Interview with Michael Wyness about his co-authored book, Kid Power, Inequalities and Intergenerational Relations
5 July 2022

Our member, Dr Michael Wyness (University of Warwick, UK) talks about his new book, co-authored with Clara Rübner Jørgensen (University of Birmingham, UK), Kid Power, Inequalities and Intergenerational Relations (Anthem Press, 2021).

Interview with J. Marshall Beier and Jana Tabak about their co-edited collection, Childhoods in Peace and Conflict
28 June 2022

Our members, J. Marshall Beier (McMaster University, Canada) and Jana Tabak(State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), talk about their co-edited collection, Childhoods in Peace and Conflict (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).

Interview with Julie Spray about her book, The Children in Child Health
6 June 2022

Our member, Dr Julie Spray (University of Auckland, New Zealand) talks about her new book, The Children in Child Health: Negotiating Young Lives and Health in New Zealand (Rutgers University Press, 2020).

Interview with Mona Paré and Mariëlle Bruning about their co-edited collection, Children’s Access to Justice: A Critical Assessment
24 May 2022

Our members, Mona Paré (University of Ottawa, Canada) and Mariëlle Bruning (Leiden University, the Netherlands), talk about their collection (edited with Thierry Moreau and Caroline Siffrein-Blanc), Children’s Access to Justice: A Critical Assessment (Intersentia, 2022).

 

Interview with Simon Flacks about his book, Law, Drugs and the Politics of Childhood
8 May 2022

Our member, Dr Simon Flacks (University of Westminster, United Kingdom) talks about his new book, Law, Drugs and the Politics of Childhood (Routledge, 2021).

Book cover - Breslow Interview with Jacob Breslow about his book, Ambivalent Childhoods
4 April 2022

Our member, Dr Jacob Breslow (LSE, UK) talks about his new book, Ambivalent Childhoods: Speculative Futures and the Psychic Life of the Child (University of Minnesota Press, 2021). 

Making-Up People: Youth, Truth and Politics book cover showing a child at a protest Interview with Judith Bessant about her book, Making-Up People: Youth, Truth and Politics
16 March 2022

Our member, Prof Judith Bessant (RMIT University, Australia) talks about her new book, Making-Up People: Youth, Truth and Politics (Routledge, 2021).

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