Children and Childhood Studies: A Feminist Perspective

Volume 1, Issue 6
June 2007

Editorial
About This Issue
by Lynda L. Hinkle and Vibiana Bowman

Articles
The Superior Parent: Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Abolitionist “Fostering” of Slaves
by Lynda L. Hinkle

Questioning the Self, Questioning Others, Questioning Relationships: A Qualitative Inquiry into the Pedagogical Value of Judy Blume
by Jimmie Manning, Jacqueline McNally, and Stephanie Verst

Chesnutt’s African American Child Characters and the Child-Archetype: Toward Reconstructing Thinking in the Jim Crow Era
by Susan Wright

Almost Missing Barbie: The Oh-So-Post-Feminist Carrie Bratzshaw
by Courtney L. Novosat

Little Burton Blue: Tim Burton and the Product(ion) of Color in the Fairy Tale Films The Nightmare before Christmas and The Corpse Bride
by Debbie Olson

Living on Girlboy Time: Queer Childhood Temporality and Kinship in Ma Vie en Rose
by Cynthia C. Degnan


Feminism across Generations: The Importance of Youth Culture Lyrics and Performances

by Jennifer Witt


About the Authors


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