What next for Childhood Studies? Pushing boundaries (BSA Early Career Forum Grant, £1,000)

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Description

A conference which sought to raise and debate questions about how the sociology of childhood can push its spatial and disciplinary boundaries in order to make important critical theoretical and methodological contributions not only within the childhood studies field but also beyond, for example to the wider discipline of sociology, feminist studies, geo-politics, education, economics, health and others:

How can childhood researchers make critical connections and contributions across disciplinary and spatial boundaries?
How do debates in childhood research and current geo-political, economic and socio-cultural contexts mutually shape each other?
How can childhood studies commit to an emancipatory and activist agenda?
What is needed to push theoretical and methodological boundaries?
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/04/1530/04/15

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