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  Volume 7, Number 1, Winter 2014

Table of Contents


pp. 1-3

Object Lesson

Leading Dogs and Children to War

pp. 5-13


“Now the war is over, we have something else to worry us”: New Zealand Children’s Responses to Crises, 1914–1918

pp. 19-41

Japanese American Beauty Pageants and Minstrel Shows: The Performance of Gender and Race by Nisei Youth during World War II

pp. 42-64

Children and Rituals in Early Modern Ashkenaz

pp. 65-86

A “delightful resort for persons of all ages, and more especially for the young”: Children at Bristol Zoo Gardens, 1835–1940

pp. 87-106

Recycled Stories: Historicizing Play Today Through the Late Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Play Movement

pp. 107-133

“Here your ambitions are illusions”: Boundaries of Integration and Ethnicity among Ecuadorian Immigrant Teenagers in Madrid

pp. 135-164

Book Reviews

Paolina’s Innocence. Child Abuse in Casanova’s Venice by Larry Wolff (review)

pp. 165-167

Imaginary Citizens: Child Readers and the Limits of American Independence 1640–1868 by Courtney Weikle-Mills (review)

pp. 168-170

Uncle Tom’s Cabin and the Reading Revolution: Race, Literacy, Childhood, and Fiction, 1851–1911 by Barbara Hochman (review)

pp. 171-173

When We Were Free to Be: Looking Back at a Children’s Classic and the Difference It Made ed. by Lori Rotskoff, Laura L. Lovett (review)

pp. 174-176

The Black Child Savers: Racial Democracy and Juvenile Justice by Geoff K. Ward (review)

pp. 177-179

Cold War Comforts: Canadian Women, Child Safety, and Global Insecurity by Tarah Brookfield (review)

pp. 180-182

Little Buddhas: Children and Childhoods in Buddhist Texts and Traditions ed. by Vanessa R. Sasson (review)

pp. 183-186

The Global History of Childhood Reader ed. by Heidi Morrison (review)

pp. 187-189


pp. 190-191

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