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📙 Childhood and Nation: Interdisciplinary Engagements by Zsuzsa Millei, Robert Imre (eds.) — free epub


This volume explores the manifold relations between nation and childhood. Millei and Imre bring together an interdisciplinary group of scholars to address pressing questions about the regulation of childhood through national agendas, ideals of childhood and their role in national projects, and accounts of children's life as national subjects.



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