To acknowledge society’s behaviour towards children is to reveal the understanding and explanation of cultural reproduction and transformation at the innermost core of human historyGrete Lillehammer
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Conference Programme – Locus Ludi International Conference, Fribourg University, June 22-23, 2021Upcoming event – please click the link below to download the Locus Ludi International Conference "Toys as Cultural Artefacts in Ancient Greek and Roman Cultures: …Read more
Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past Biannual Lecture, May 2021 – Now available online!On the 18th May 2021, SSCIP hosted its first online biannual lecture. Our first guest speaker was Creighton Avery (McMaster University) with their talk ‘Gendered …Read more