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- 2018 Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past Conference in Vienna
- Childhood in the Past, Part 2, Vol. 10 is out now!
- Register now – 1st SSCIP Biannual Lecture “Excavating Literature for Signs of Childness”
- The 10th anniversary edition of Childhood in the Past is out now!
- Coming soon – CHILDREN, DEATH AND BURIAL: ARCHAEOLOGICAL DISCOURSES, VOLUME 5
Monthly Archives: January 2016
To showcase the research and the multidisciplinary nature of SSCIP we will be featuring short interviews with our members. Our membership’s research covers a variety of approaches to the study of childhood in the past, from osteology, archaeology, history, literary … Continue reading
SSCIP session on the osteoarchaeology of juveniles at the recent For the Love of Death conference, Philippines
Dr Simon Mays has just come back from a successful osteoarchaeology conference organised by the University of the Philippines. We share his comments about the conference and the SSCIP sponsored session. “Last week I attended a two-day conference in Manila, … Continue reading
Call for papers at the SSCIP Session at the European Association of Archaeologists Annual Conference – Vilnius, Lithuania – September 2016
Eileen Murphy and Grete Lillehammer invite papers to be considered for their SSCIP session on: Giving New Meaning to Cultural Heritage: The Old and the Young in Past Societies In archaeological studies of the past the humans in questions were … Continue reading
There needs to be a cultural shift to accommodate children at conferences, and here are some ways to achieve this
A recent post on children and conferences, of relevance to the group considering our subject! Source: There needs to be a cultural shift to accommodate children at conferences, and here are some ways to achieve this
A new blog on the Bioarchaeology of Childhood | Sian Halcrow Source: My work with babies – today and from prehistory
Our SSCIP member, Maria Sommer, has a fascinating new book: Care, Socialization and Play in Ancient Attica: A Developmental Childhood Archaeological Approach By Maria Sommer and Dion Sommer Care, Socialization and Play in Ancient Attica scrutinizes in how infants and … Continue reading