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.
Catherine Olver is a third-year PhD student whose research considers how depictions of the five senses in YA fantasy present
Bruce is an activist and public intellectual who believes fish are not people, but friends. While his work has primarily
Linda Yi is a former CACL MPhil student. She is currently a teacher at Little Panda Mandarin Preschool, and is the
Lindsay Burton is a former high school English teacher, a former educational consultant, and a former MPhil student at the
Retired from the University of Winnipeg for the last thirteen years, Perry Nodelman volunteers as a guide at the Art
Jen Aggleton is a third year PhD candidate at the Centre for Children’s Literature Research at the University of Cambridge.
Angus Whitby is a freelance photographer originally from Melbourne, who relocated to Cambridge when his partner was accepted as a
I arrived naively expecting to be the one to change the world; instead, children’s literature, again, changed my own world.
Michelle Anya Anjirbag is a first year PhD student at the Children’s Literature Research Centre at the University of Cambridge
Sarah Hardstaff is a final year PhD student supervised by Maria Nikolajeva. Her study uses ideas from economic criticism to