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Casteras, Susan P. “Winged Fantasies: Construction of Childhood, Innocence, Adolescence, and Sexuality in Victorian Fairy Painting.” In Brown (Collections): pp. 126-148. [2002]
Social Sciences
Keywords: childhood | fairies | fantasy | gender studies | literature—children’s | social sciences
  
Chu, Petra ten-Doesschate. “Family Matters: The Construction of Childhood in Nineteenth-century Artists' Biographies.” In Brown (Collections): pp. 59-70. [2002]
Social Sciences
Keywords: childhood | gender studies | social sciences | visual arts--19th C
  
Comini, Alessandra. “Toys in Freud's Attic: Torment and Taboo in the Child and Adolescent Themes of Vienna's Image-makers.” In Brown (Collections): pp. 167-188. [2002]
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: childhood | John Singer Sargent | literature—17th-18th-19th C | photography | psychological and cognitive sciences | Sigmund Freud | taboos | technology | visual arts--17th-18th-19th C
  
Cross, Gary S. The Cute and the Cool: Wondrous Innocence and Modern American Children's Culture. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: 20th C | childhood | culture studies | literature—childrens | Shirley Temple | social sciences | technology | toys | video games
  
Guernsey, Daniel R. “Childhood and Aesthetic Education: The Role of Emile in the Formation of Gustave Courbet's The Painter's Studio.” In Brown (Collections): pp. 71-88. [2002]
Social Sciences
Keywords: aesthetics | childhood | Gustave Courbet | pedagogy | social sciences | visual arts--19th C
  
James, Allison, and Adrian L. James. Constructing Childhood: Theory, Policy, and Social Practice. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: childhood | crime | law | literature—children’s | pedagogy | policy | social sciences | theory
  
Levick, Stephen E. Clone Being Exploring the Psychological and Social Dimensions. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Biological Sciences | childhood | clones | culture studies | gender studies | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences
  
Levinson, Paul. Cellphone: The Story of the World's Most Mobile Medium and How It Has Transformed Everything! New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
Technology
Keywords: cellphones | childhood | Computers & Digital Technology | cyberspace | internet | journalism | libraries | literature—20th C | mobility | science & technology studies | technology
  
Mavor, Carol. “Introduction: The Unmaking of Childhood.” In Brown (Collections): pp. 27-44. [2002]
Social Sciences
Keywords: childhood | social sciences | visual arts--18th C
  
McClary, Andrew. Good Toys, Bad Toys: How Safety, Society, Politics and Fashion Have Reshaped Children's Playthings. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: childhood | dolls | fashion | gender studies | John Burroughs | pedagogy | politics | race studies | safety | social sciences | toys | weapons
  
Muravyova, Irina. Childhood as an Ethical Category in the Works of F. M. Dostoevsky. Ph.D. Dissertation: Brown University, 2002.
Social Sciences
Keywords: aesthetics | childhood | ethics | F.M. Dostoevsky | innocence | Mikhail Andreevich Dostoevsky | social sciences | spirituality
  
Stewart, Susan Louise. Genre, Ideology, and Children's Literature. Ph.D. Dissertation: Illinois State University, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: childhood | genre studies | genre studies | hierarchies | identity | ideology | language | literature—children’s | narrative | pedagogy | realism | science fiction | social sciences | theory
  
Thomas, Greg M. “Impressionist Dolls: On the Commodification of Girlhood in Impressionist Painting.” In Brown (Collections), pp. 103-125. [2002]
Social Sciences
Keywords: childhood | gender studies | social sciences | technology
  
Waggoner, Diane. “Photographing Childhood: Lewis Carrol and Alice.” In Brown, (Collections): pp. 149-166. [2002]
Technology
Keywords: childhood | Lewis Carrol | photography | technology