Volume 9, Number 1, Winter 2016

Table of Contents

  Introduction

p. 6
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Object Lesson

  “Old Forgotten Children’s Books” at CUNY: Centro Library’s (Unofficial) Children’s Literature Collection

pp. 7-14
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Essays

  The Role of Race in Legitimizing Institutionalization: A Comparative Analysis of Early Child Welfare Initiatives in the United States

pp. 15-28
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  Changing Conceptions of the “Poor Child”: The Children’s Country Holiday Fund, 1918–1939

pp. 29-47
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  Assent as Agency in the Early Years of the Children of the American Revolution

pp. 48-65
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  “Child! Now you are”: Identity Registration, Labor, and the Definition of Childhood in Colonial Tanganyika, 1910–1950

pp. 66-86
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  Entangled Utopias: The Nazi Mobilization of Ethnic German Youths in the Batschka, 1930s–1944

pp. 87-117
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  Childhood and Modernity in Mexico City: Print Media and State Power during the “Mexican Miracle”

pp. 118-139
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  “No Candy Store, No Pizza Shops, No Maxi-Skirts, No Makeup”: Socializing Orthodox Jewish Girls Through Schooling

pp. 140-158
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Book Reviews

  Childhood, Youth and Religious Dissent in Post-Reformation England by Lucy Underwood (review)

pp. 159-160
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  The Struggle for Equal Adulthood: Gender, Race, Age, and the Fight for Citizenship in Antebellum America by Corinne T. Field (review)

pp. 161-163
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  The Heathen School: A Story of Hope and Betrayal in the Age of the Early Republic by John Demos, and: Schooling Citizens: The Struggle for African American Education in Antebellum America by Hilary Moss (review)

pp. 163-166
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  “Hero Strong” and Other Stories: Tales of Girlhood, Female Masculinity, and Women’s Worldly Achievement in Antebellum America ed. by Mary F. W. Gibson (review)

pp. 167-168
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  Amistad’s Orphans: An Atlantic Story of Children, Slavery, and Smuggling by Benjamin N. Lawrence (review)

pp. 168-170
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  Juvenile Nation: Youth, Emotions and the Making of the Modern British Citizen, 1880–1914 by Stephanie Olsen (review)

pp. 170-172
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  Policing Sexuality: The Mann Act and the Making of the FBI by Jessica R. Pliley (review)

pp. 172-174
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  The Brooklyn Thrill-Kill Gang and the Great Comic Book Scare of the 1950s by Mariah Adin (review)

pp. 174-175
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  A City for Children: Women, Architecture, and the Charitable Landscapes of Oakland, 1850–1950 by Marta Gutman (review)

pp. 176-177
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  Reproducing the British Caribbean: Sex, Gender, and Population Politics after Slavery by Juanita de Barros (review)

pp. 178-180
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  The Australian Country Girl: History, Image, Experience by Catherine Driscoll (review)

pp. 180-181
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  The Government of Childhood: Discourse, Power and Subjectivity by Karen M. Smith (review)

pp. 181-183
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  Juvenile Delinquency and the Limits of Western Influence, 1850–2000 ed. by Heather Ellis (review)

pp. 183-185
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  Children, Childhood and Irish Society: 1500 to the Present ed. by Maria Luddy, James M. Smith (review)

pp. 185-187
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  Contributors

pp. 189-190
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