All graduate students and faculty are welcome to join the discussion!
Dominique Marshall, Dealing with the Political History of Childhood
Tuesday, February 7, 2012, 3pm
History Lounge (Paterson 433)
In preparation, please read the following pieces:
Dominique Marshall, “Children’s Rights and Children’s Actions in International Relief and Domestic Welfare: The Work of Herbert Hoover between 1914 and 1950,” Journal of the History of Children and Youth 1, no. 3 (Fall 2008): 351-388. (LINK to article in library database)
Dominique Marshall, review of Recuerdos: Basque Children Refugees in Great Britain, edited by Natalia Benjamin (2007), Journal of the History of Children and Youth 3, no. 3 (2010): 438-440. (LINK to article in library database)
Professor and Acting Chair in the Department of History, Dominique Marshall’s work focuses on children’s rights, social policy, and child welfare in Canada and internationally.
The Study Group is a series of workshops that aims to provide graduate students from Carleton’s History Department with a venue for debate and discussion on matters that relate to historical theory, method, and practice, broadly defined.
For more information about the Study Group, please visit our page
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions!
Sara Spike sspike [at] connect.carleton.ca
Emmanuel Hogg ehogg [at] connect.carleton.ca
Hope to see you there!