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  Volume 1, Number 2, Spring 2008

Table of Contents

From: The Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth

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Introduction

pp. 163-164
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Object Lesson

Fun with the Alphabet

pp. 165-168
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Essays: Schools, Books, and Power

For Richer, For Poorer?: Free Education in England, c.1380–1530

pp. 169-187
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Practicing For Print: The Hale Children's Manuscript Libraries

pp. 188-209
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Children as the Youthful Hope of an Old Empire: Race, Nationalism, and Elementary Education in China, 1895–1915

pp. 210-231
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Blood Ties and Tongue Ties: The Role of Children in Shifting the Boundaries of Namibia's German-Speaking Community

pp. 232-249
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Contemporary Children: Questions of Learning and Labor

Contemporary Children: Questions of Learning and Labor

pp. 251-253
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Child Labor and Education for All: An Issue Paper

pp. 254-266
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Memories of Tomorrow: Children, Labor, and the Panacea of Formal Schooling

pp. 267-285
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Book Reviews

When Children Became People: The Birth of Childhood in Early Christianity (review)

pp. 287-291
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A Tender Voyage: Children and Childhood in Late Imperial China (review)

pp. 292-294
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Children in Colonial America (review)

pp. 295-297
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Learning to Forget: Schooling and Family Life in New Haven's Working Class, 1870–1940 (review)

pp. 298-300
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The Dominion of Youth: Adolescence and the Making of a Modern Canada, 1920 to 1950 (review)

pp. 301-303
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The German Antifascist Classroom: Denazification in Soviet-Occupied Germany, 1945–1949 (review)

pp. 304-306
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Youth, Globalization, and the Law (review)

pp. 307-309
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Virginity Lost: An Intimate Portrait of First Sexual Experiences (review)

pp. 310-312
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 313-315
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Research Areas

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