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  1. Constructing the Canon of Children's Literature

    Beyond Library Walls and Ivory Towers

    By Anne Lundin

    Series: Children's Literature and Culture

    In this pioneering historical study, Anne Lundin argues that schools, libraries, professional organizations, and the media together create and influence the constantly changing canon of children's literature. Lundin examines the circumstances out of which the canon emerges, and its effect on the...

    Published September 9th 2012 by Routledge

  2. Voices of the Other

    Children's Literature and the Postcolonial Context

    By Roderick McGillis

    Series: Children's Literature and Culture

    This book offers a variety of approaches to children's literature from a postcolonial perspective that includes discussions of cultural appropriation, race theory, pedagogy as a colonialist activity, and multiculturalism.The eighteen essays divide into three sections: Theory, Colonialism,...

    Published September 9th 2012 by Routledge

  3. The Outside Child, In and Out of the Book

    By Christine Wilkie-Stibbs

    Series: Children's Literature and Culture

    The Outside Child, In and Out of the Book is situated at the intersection between children’s literature studies and childhood studies. In this provocative book, Christine Wilkie-Stibbs juxtaposes the narratives of literary and actual children/young adults to explore how Western culture has imagined...

    Published September 1st 2012 by Routledge

  4. Children's Culture and the Avant-Garde

    Painting in Paris, 1890-1915

    By Marilynn Olson

    Series: Children's Literature and Culture

    This volume explores the mutual influences between children’s literature and the avant-garde. Olson places particular focus on fin-de-siècle Paris, where the Avant-garde was not unified in thought and there was room for modernism to overlap with children’s literature and culture in the Golden Age....

    Published August 24th 2012 by Routledge

  5. Teaching Children's Literature

    It's Critical!

    By Christine Leland, Mitzi Lewison, Jerome Harste

    This groundbreaking text offers a fresh perspective on how to implement children’s literature into and across the curriculum in ways that are both effective and purposeful. Honed over years of experience and reflection in classroom settings and rich with real examples of teachers implementing...

    Published July 12th 2012 by Routledge

  6. The Making of the Modern Child

    Children's Literature in the Late Eighteenth Century

    By Andrew O'Malley

    Series: Children's Literature and Culture

    This book explores how the concept of childhood in the late 18th century was constructed through the ideological work performed by children's literature, as well as pedagogical writing and medical literature of the era. Andrew O'Malley ties the evolution of the idea of "the child" to the...

    Published June 20th 2012 by Routledge

  7. Colonial India in Children’s Literature

    By Supriya Goswami

    Series: Children's Literature and Culture

    Colonial India in Children’s Literature is the first book-length study to explore the intersections of children’s literature and defining historical moments in colonial India. Engaging with important theoretical and critical literature that deals with colonialism, hegemony, and marginalization in...

    Published June 17th 2012 by Routledge

  8. The Role of Translators in Children’s Literature

    Invisible Storytellers

    By Gillian Lathey

    Series: Children's Literature and Culture

    This book offers a historical analysis of key classical translated works for children, such as writings by Hans Christian Andersen and Grimms’ tales. Translations dominate the earliest history of texts written for children in English, and stories translated from other languages have continued to...

    Published May 29th 2012 by Routledge

  9. Picturing the Wolf in Children's Literature

    By Debra Mitts-Smith

    Series: Children's Literature and Culture

    From the villainous beast of “Little Red Riding Hood” and “The Three Little Pigs,” to the nurturing wolves of Romulus and Remus and Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, the wolf has long been a part of the landscape of children’s literature. Meanwhile, since the 1960s and the popularization of...

    Published May 29th 2012 by Routledge

  10. Power, Voice and Subjectivity in Literature for Young Readers

    By Maria Nikolajeva

    Series: Children's Literature and Culture

    This book considers one of the most controversial aspects of children’s and young adult literature: its use as an instrument of power. Children in contemporary Western society are oppressed and powerless, yet they are allowed, in fiction written by adults for the enlightenment and enjoyment of...

    Published May 29th 2012 by Routledge