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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SSCIP Annual Conference – University of Alcalá, Spain 2022 – Abstract Submission now openThe University of Alcalá is delighted to invite you to the 14th Annual Conference for the Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past (SSCIP), hosted …Read more
Register now for the next SSCIP Biannual Lecture – Monday 28th March 2022, 4-5pm (GMT)The first SSCIP biannual lecture for 2022 is due to be held online on the 28th March 2022, 4-5pm (GMT) Our guest speaker Dr April …Read more