Table of Contents
Books for Colleagues: Lessons from the Memoirs of Children . . . . Barbara Bennett Peterson
History of Childhood in Palestine: A Critical Assessment of a Field Emerging in a War Zone . . . . Heidi Morrison
The National Agency for the Development of School Autonomy in Florence and the “School Museum” Project . . . . Pamela Giorgi and Ilaria Bucciarelli
For and About Graduate Students . . . Jessica Nelson and Martin Kalb
News from the Field and Member News . . . .Nancy Zey, ed.
Conference Reports . . . . Priscilla Clement, ed.
From: the Bulletin Editors
Now that #16 is on the web, the Bulletin editors are eager to hear from you about future issues.
Send news of your accomplishments and news of upcoming events to Nancy Zey (email@example.com ) who edits the “News from the Field” column.
We like to publish reports about the state of the history of children and youth from the conferences you attend. Send your conference reports to Priscilla Clement (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jessica Nelson, editor of “For and About Graduate Students,” and Julie deGraffenried, who writes the Websightings column, welcome your help. Write to Jessica at email@example.com, and Julie at julie_deGraffenried@baylor.edu
Steven Gennaro, editor of the Pedagogy column has issued a call for submissions. Please email examples of course syllabi and activities, and any other interesting ideas for teaching, along with a 250 word write up to firstname.lastname@example.org Upcoming column themes: Spring 2011: children and media Fall 2011: children and drama, music, and theater
And I am always looking for interesting reports about developments in the field for the Bulletin’s Feature Articles. Send your ideas to me at email@example.com
Janet Golden is a roving editor for the Bulletin. You can send ideas for articles and columns to her as well. firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Spring Issue #17 will appear in March. Please volunteer your ideas for new stories and columns and your assistance and your advice about all future issues of the Bulletin. It is very much a collaborative and cooperative publishing (ad)venture.
Kathleen Jones, for Issue#16 editors and contributors