Tag: Childhood Studies

Students Earn First Doctoral Degrees in Childhood Studies

Students Earn First Doctoral Degrees in Childhood Studies

Rutgers–Camden will confer doctoral degrees to the first three graduates of its landmark Ph.D. in childhood studies program during the Faculty of Arts and Sciences commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 23. It is an unprecedented achievement on a national scale.  The graduates – Lara Saguisag, Deborah Valentine, and Marla Wander – will become the first […]

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Rutgers-Camden Librarians Contribute to Childhood Studies Book

Rutgers-Camden Librarians Contribute to Childhood Studies Book

Kids say the darndest things. Viral videos like “David After Dentist” and “Charlie Bit My Finger” are turning children into Internet stars overnight. Rutgers–Camden librarian Katie Elson Anderson has examined the implications of the instant fame for her essay, “Configuring Childhood on the Web.” The essay is featured as a chapter in the book Portrayals […]

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