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.
Victoria Mullins is a current PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Research in Children’s Literature. Her research
Maria Nikolajeva is a Professor of Children’s Literature and Head of the Centre for Research in Children’s Literature at Cambridge.
Anna Purkiss is a PhD student at the Centre for Research in Children’s Literature at Cambridge, researching young readers’ responses
Madeleine Hunter is a third-year PhD candidate who studies adaptation in contemporary children’s media and is currently working on a
Anna Savoie is a final year PhD student at the Children’s Literature Centre in Cambridge. She originally shared this post
Today’s post is from our blog archive: Victoria Mullins is a current 1st year PhD student in Children’s Literature.She wrote this
Joe Sutliff Sanders is University Lecturer in the Faculty of Education, where he specialises in children’s literature, especially nonfiction, animation,
Carrie Spencer is a CRCLC first-year PhD student who’s researching how the portrayal of mentally disabled mothers in young adult
This week on the blog, second-year CRCLC PhD candidate Michelle Anya Anjirbag asks author Elizabeth Lim a few questions about
This week’s delightful post is a reblog from our very own Education Faculty Library blog. https://edfaclib.wordpress.com/2018/07/23/the-many-guises-of-cinderella/ We wanted to shed some