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Remembering the Second World War in Post-Soviet Educational Media

Barbara Christophe

source that has rarely been taken into account so far. Conceptualizing museums, which are regularly visited by school classes as educational media, two of the articles not only focus on exploring the content offered in the exhibitions but, to varying

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Growing Up Married

In Conversation with Eylem Atakav

Zahra Khosroshahi

lot. Getting non-academic stakeholders in the classroom really shed light on this issue. So, for example, when we got [the] Norwich constabulary to come into class and ask the students whether they think honor killing happens in the UK, their initial

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Are “the Natives” Educable?

Dutch Schoolchildren Learn Ethical Colonial Policy (1890–1910)

Elisabeth Wesseling and Jacques Dane

, in the first case, the state of the poor and the working class, and in the second, that of the Indies natives. 6 van den Doel, Zo ver de wereld strekt , 150–161; Jan Bank and Maarten van Buuren, 1900: The Age of Bourgeois Culture (Assen: Royal Van

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Hieronymus Purwanta

textbook writers consisting of five groups. Each group was asked to write a history textbook suitable for a particular class and semester. The topic of Indonesian independence was allotted to the history textbook for the second term of year eleven, written

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Girl, Interrupted and Continued

Rethinking the Influence of Elena Fortún’s Celia

Ana Puchau de Lecea

In late 1920s Spain, Elena Fortún (pseudonym of Encarnación Aragoneses, 1886–1952) introduced the character of Celia Gálvez de Montalbán, a seven-year-old girl from a middle-class family in Madrid. She presented Celia as a girl who encouraged

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How to Survive the Postfeminist Impasse

Grace Helbig’s Affective Aesthetics

Catherine McDermott

that might be associated with upper-class unattainability. The aspiration is, of course, not only in relation to the space itself, but to the imaginary of an attainable feminine perfection. The initial shot of the bathroom includes everyday items like a

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The Girl


Fiona Nelson

Brewer, and Tess Hoffman. And I had the perfect boyfriend: track star, senior class vice president, Hottie McHotterson, Jacob Fischer. Before I died, I had everything and more. I was happy . ( Rothenberg 2012: 4 , italics in original) It is perhaps not

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Adolescent Girls with Disabilities in Humanitarian Settings

“I Am Not ‘Worthless’—I Am a Girl with a Lot to Share and Offer”

Emma Pearce, Kathryn Paik, and Omar J. Robles

factors including ethnicity and race, class, religion, age, sexual orientation, and disability also contribute to multiple layers of discrimination ( Moodley and Graham 2015 ; Erevelles and Minear 2010 ; Nguyen and Mitchell 2014 ). Intersectional

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Thebes Troutman as Traveling Tween

Revising the Family Story

Margaret Steffler

take on the voices of others is part of a compulsive performance of trying on cultures, races, ethnicities, ages, and classes outside her own as she strives to reach beyond her identity and limitations as a “little white kid.” Thebes’s language is

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Paula MacDowell

three feet long. Halina was holding the voice recorder: ‘A girl in my class said that she once saw a mannequin in a store that was size –1 or 000. The clothes were cinched tightly at her back to fit her,’ Halina reported with concern. She reached into