The new year is a time of reflection and prediction. As an educator of 620 children aged three to twelve,
*Note: this post contains spoilers about the film Little Women. “I am working on a novel, and it’s about my
“if I had had a princess like Elsa as a role model when I was a child, who knows how much more quickly I would have come to understand and accept my queerness.”
This guest post is written by Liz Osman. Liz is Fellow Librarian at Homerton College Library. It’s always enjoyable to
We stand in solidarity with UCU strikers picketing against unfair working conditions in British universities. If you want to know
We are pleased to announce that the Centre will hold an international conference on the role of sex in young adult fiction on the 11th and 12th of September 2020.
Today’s blog post represents a statement from the graduate student community in support of the CRCLC’s administrator, Lucian M. Stephenson, who has been informed by the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge that his position is at risk of redundancy.
James Brigden, Catologuer at Homerton Library, offers an insight into the kind of research that is undertaken when cataloguing rare books.
Originally published by Cambridge Faculty of Education Library blog on June 26th 2019, take a look at our bumper edition of new Top Picks! with the theme of Children’s Fiction.
PhD Candidate Stella Miriam Pryce reporting back from a recent colloquim – organised by CRCLC PhD candidates and hosted by Seven Stories The National Centre for Children’s Books