Saturday, November 19 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

Session 157
Children as Political Agents and Subjects

Chair: Mateusz Swietlicki , University of Wroclaw (Institute of English Studies)
Discussant: Mateusz Swietlicki , University of Wroclaw (Institute of English Studies)

1. Did German Children Have a “Stunde Null”? Understanding Postwar History through Children’s ExperiencesMichelle Mouton, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

2. “Blissfully Ignorant”: Young People’s Political (Dis)Engagement in 1960s BritainCatherine Ellis, Department of History, Toronto Metropolitan University.

3. Children and Its Toys: A Framework of Italian Childhood in the Past (Xix-Xx Century).Maria Federighi, CIRPAS- University of Bari; Giovanna Da Molin, CIRPAS- University of Bari.

4. Belong, but Don’t Be-Long: Narratives of Youths Sponsored by Former Participants of the Live-in Caregiver ProgramPJ Javier, Brock University.

Click on a name for contact information
Click on a title to see the abstract

 Other sessions on Childhood and Youth