Bringing Children and Youth into Canadian History: The Difference Kids Make
by Mona Gleason and Tamara Myers
Do children and youth have their own history? How is it different from traditional accounts? What difference do children make to our understanding of contemporary Canada? This collection of distinguished and original articles are divided into eleven thematic chapters and explores how topics such as politics and gender, residential schools, and global citizenship have informed being young in Canada. Bringing Children and Youth into Canadian History provides a new, comprehensive, current, and pedagogical approach to the history of children and youth in Canada.
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Congratulations, Professor Myers!