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"Trajectories of Youth History" Online Workshop: Day Two

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A recording of the second day of presentations at "Trajectories of Youth History," a workshop co-sponsored by the Society for the History of...

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A recording of the second day of presentations at "Trajectories of Youth History," a workshop co-sponsored by the Society for the History of Children and Youth and the Children's History Society. This collaborative event, hosted June 22-23, 2022, explored the scholarly legacies of two moments in the emergence of youth history, each of which turned fifty this year. In May 1972, Oxford hosted the pioneering event ‘Childhood in History: Children’s Liberation’ under the guidance of Raphael Samuel and the History Workshop collective. That same year, Stanley Cohen published his influential book, "Folk Devils and Moral Panics: The Creation of the Mods and Rockers." Each enterprise helped establish frameworks for understanding the contemporary and historic significance of young people—a universal social demarcation until then receiving only sporadic scholarly attention.

Programme (links jump to specific panel):

Gender (0:05)

Corinne T. Field (UVA) and LaKisha Michelle Simmons (Michigan): "The Global History of Black Girlhood"

Anasa Hicks (Florida State): "Revolutionary (and Racialized) Childhood and Adolescence in Studies of 20th century Cuba"

Vanessa Plumly (Lawrence University): "Of Confinement and Liberation: Black German Childhood Narratives"

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Environment (1:09:27)

Sarah Mills (Loughborough): "Changing Environments and Spatialities: Historical Geographies of Childhood and Youth"

Marta Gutman (CUNY): "Sites of Struggle: Public Schools, Architecture, and Black Children’s Liberation"

Lucie Glasheen (QMUL) and Jon Winder (Kent): "Playing with scale in histories of childhood environments"

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Religions (2:11:07)

Catherine Rose (Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings): "Researching Childhood in Medieval Islamic Societies: Sources & Approaches"

Tali Berner (Tel Aviv University): "The History of Jewish Childhoods"

Hugh Morrison (University of Otago): "Children, Young People and Christian Missions in Modern History"

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Disability (3:22:42)

David Turner (Swansea): "Disability and Family Dynamics in the Industrial Revolution"

Samir Hamdoud (Warwick): "Moralising Young People’s Bodies: Ability and Disability at the Royal Albert Asylum, 1870 – 1920"

Mary Clare Martin (Greenwich): "Disability and the Girl Guides Association: The Social Model in Practice?"

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Reflections and Where Next? (4:35:55)
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