Volume 9, Number 3, Fall 2016

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

pp. 365-366
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Object Lesson

Representing and Recovering Girls’ Pasts: The Inmates Orphan’s Home Album

pp. 369-381
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Roundtable

The History of Black Girlhood: Recent Innovations and Future Directions

pp. 383-401
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Articles

“In Praise of Trash”: Series Fiction Fan Mail and the Challenges of Children’s Devotion

pp. 403-423
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Love, Hatred, and Heroism: Socializing Children in North Vietnam during Wartime, 1965–75

pp. 424-449
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  Trauma and Pathology: Normative Crises and the Child Population in Late Tsarist Russia and the Early Soviet Union, 1904–1924

pp. 450-469
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Childhood, Divorce, and Emotions: Danish Custody and Visitation Rights Battles in the 1920s

pp. 470-488
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The Unjustified Emotions: Child Suicide in Finnish Psychiatry from the 1930s until the 1970s

pp. 489-508
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Book Reviews

Classrooms and Clinics: Urban Schools and the Protection and Promotion of Child Health, 1870–1930 by Richard A. Meckel (review)

pp. 509-511
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Civilizing the Child: Discourses of Race, Nation, and Child Welfare in America by Katharine S. Bullard (review)

pp. 511-513
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City Girls: The Nisei Social World in Los Angeles, 1920–1950 by Valerie J. Matsumoto (review)

pp. 513-515
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Chronic Youth: Disability, Sexuality, and U. S. Media Cultures of Rehabilitation by Julie Passanante Elman (review)

pp. 515-517
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Civil Rights Childhood: Picturing Liberation in African American Photobooks by Katharine Capshaw (review)

pp. 517-519
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Slavery, Childhood and Abolition in Jamaica, 1788–1838 by Colleen Vasconcellos (review)

pp. 519-521
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Holy Legionary Youth: Fascist Activism in Interwar Romania by Roland Clark (review)

pp. 521-523
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Commercializing Childhood: Children’s Magazines, Urban Gentility, and the Ideal of the Child Consumer in the United States, 1823–1918 by Paul B. Ringel (review)

pp. 523-525
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Contributors

pp. 527-528
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