Thursday, November 21 / 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Burnham 1 (Floor 7)

Session 54
Questions of Silence and Children’s (In)visibility in the Archives

Chair: Andrew Schumacher Bethke, University of Minnesota
Discussant: Elizabeth Dillenburg, The Ohio State University at Newark

1. "'Many Thousand Pass a Levels' Makes Such a Hopeless Headline": the Lord Privy Seal’s Youth Enquiry (1967-70)Catherine Ellis, Department of History, Toronto Metropolitan University.

2. What Counts as Data? Investigating and Re-Visioning the Value of the United Kindgom’s National Survey of Health and Development for the Socio-Historical Study of Young LivesLaura Fenton, University of Manchester; Penny Tinkler, University of Manchester; Resto Cruz, University of Manchester.

3. “They Are Absolutely Genuine Work of the Pupils in Every Respect": the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition Educational Exhibits and Baltimore’s Colored Public SchoolsLisa Lamson, Marquette University.

4. The Ramifications of the Andean Working Child as AhistoricalJanice Stiglich, Rutgers University.

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