Now, in 2017, Girlhood Studies begins its tenth year. It is a tribute to
our guest editors and contributors that we have been able to take on such a
range of topics and concerns. Quantitatively, we have passed the one million
mark in relation to the number of words about girlhood in the first twenty
issues of the journal. The various guest editors have tackled such critical
issues as critiques of girl power, girls and post-conflict, girls and health, girlhood studies and media, dolls and play, memory work methodologies in
the study of girlhood, literary texts and girlhood, visual disruptions, girlhood
and disabilities, Indigenous girlhoods, and ethical practices in girlhood studies.
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