Society for the History of Children and Youth


THE SHCY BULLETIN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH

The SHCY was founded in 2001 to promote the history of children and youth. 
 The organization (1) supports research about childhood, youth cultures, and the experience of young people across diverse times and places; (2) fosters study across disciplinary and methodological boundaries; (3) provides venues for scholars to communicate with one another; and (4) promotes excellence in scholarship.

To advance these goals the SHCY publishes a newsletter, the SHCY Bulletin, twice each year, with feature articles, columns on teaching and web resources, a special column for graduate students, news from members, and announcements.

If you are interested in submitting a feature article or proposing a regular column, contact the newsletter's editor Kathleen Jones (kjwj@vt.edu)

Newsletters

#1 (Winter 2002)
#2 (Summer 2003)
#3 (Winter 2004)
#4 (Summer 2004) Special Issue on Brown v. Board of Education
#5 (Winter 2005)
#6 (Summer 2005)
#7 (Winter 2006)
#8 (Summer 2006)
#9 (Winter 2007) Children and War
#10 (Summer 2007) The SHCY Conference (Sweden)
#11 (Winter 2008)
Teaching the History of Children and Youth
#12 (Summer 2008)
Children and Violence
#13 (Winter 2009)
ASA Roundtable: American Studies and Childhood Studies
#14 (Summer 2009) The SHCY Conference (Berkeley)
#15 (Spring 2010)
#16 (Fall 2010)
#17 (Spring 2011)

All back issues of the SHCY Bulletin are also archived on the h-childhood website

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