When: Thursday, June 24, 2021, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PMWhere: Online (Zoom) Book via Eventbrite
In this panel discussion Prof Rachel Rosen (Education, University College London), Dr Hedi Viterbo (Law, Queen Mary) and Dr Rachel Humphris (Politics and International Relations, Queen Mary) will critically reflect on
policies that ‘put children first’. The discussion will focus on issues in child migration and youth justice policies, while considering possible implications for other child-related areas.Putting 'Children First'? Tentative Explorations of Alternative Imaginaries
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Event 3 of the 'Rethinking Childhood Studies Today' Online Seminar Series Queen Mary University of London, April-June 2021
Co-sponsored by the Queen Mary Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences and the Queen Mary Centre for Childhood Cultures, the research seminar series Rethinking Childhood Studies Today is dedicated to the subject of ‘Childhood Studies’, broadly conceived. Through this thematic lens, this series will bring into focus issues relating to children and childhood, ranging across geography, anthropology, sociology, education, politics, law, children’s literature and modern languages. These issues will be contextualised within, and examined in light of, wider societal, methodological, and theoretical challenges.
All events are free but please book.