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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
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The 11th annual conference of the Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past will be jointly organised by the Institute of Oriental and European Archaeology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Department of Anthropology of the … Continue reading
Welcome to Part 2 of Volume 10 of Childhood in the Past, the journal of the Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past (SSCIP). This issue includes two research papers and five book reviews. In the first of … Continue reading
The first SSCIP biannual lecture will be taking place on 25th October 2017 at Staffordshire University. “Excavating Literature for Signs of Childness” Dr Farah Mendlesohn Abstract In this paper I will discuss how narratives around significant historical events–in this case … Continue reading
Take a look at the contents of Childhood in the Past – Volume 10.1 – 2017: Editorial – Ten Years of Childhood in the Past Eileen M. Murphy Invited paper SSCIP: The First Ten Years Sally Crawford Research papers Landscapes … Continue reading
COMING SOON – FROM CHILDHOOD IN THE PAST MONOGRAPH SERIES SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF CHILDHOOD IN THE PAST, EDITED BY EILEEN MURPHY AND MÉLIE LE ROY Children, Death and Burials assembles a panorama of studies with a focus on … Continue reading
Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past 10th International Conference: The Life and Death of Children in the Past, November 6th – 8th, 2017, Templo Mayor Museum, Free Entrance Submission of proposals • Abstracts accepted from March 10th … Continue reading
Growing up in the Roman Empire: A multidisciplinary approach to Roman childhood An evening event held in the beautiful World Heritage site of Durham Castle. Two talks by leading experts in Roman childhood bring together a wide range of archaeological, … Continue reading