Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Canadian Journal Appears

The Centre for Research in Young People's Texts and Cultures is pleased to announce that the first volume of Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures is now available! Issues 1.1 and 1.2 were published in summer and winter of last year and feature the following:

Lisa Orr’s “'Difference That Is Actually Sameness Mass-Reproduced': Barbie Joins the Princess Convergence”
Ellen Singleton’s “Pretty Sweet? Hegemonic Masculinity, Female Physicality, and the Regulation of Gender in a Vintage Book Series for Girls”
Joseph Nnadi’s “Représentations des identités masculine et féminine en littérature jeunesse d’Afrique et du Canada: quelques exemples”
Marc Ouellette’s “‘Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid’: Discourses of the Sexual Abuse of Boys”
Jane Newland’s “Towards a Zeroth Voice: Theorizing Children’s Literature with Deleuze
Pauline Greenhill and Steven Kohm’s “Little Red Riding Hood and the Pedophile in Film: Freeway, Hard Candy and The Woodsman”
Isabelle Nières-Chevrel’s “Retraduire un classique: Dépoussiérer Alice?”
Roxanne Harde’s “‘Better Friends’: Marshall Saunders Writing Humane Education and Envisioning Animal Rights”

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