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Senior Seminar in Childhood Studies: Capitalism and Childhoods

This guide supports the research assignments in Dr. Sarada Balagopalan's course Senior Seminar in Childhood Studies: Capitalism and Childhoods.

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Samantha Kannegiser
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Electronic Books

  • HathiTrust: Titles published prior to 1923 and those that are open access or Creative Commons-licensed are available full-text.
  • EBSCO Host eBooks: Rutgers-restricted; Multi-disciplinary.
  • ProQuest eBook Central: Rutgers-restricted; Multi-disciplinary. 

Suggested Titles

Giroux, Henry A. 2010. Politics After Hope: Obama and the Crisis of Youth, Race, and Democracy. Boulder:Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315632766.

Harris, Malcolm. 2017. Kids These Days : Human Capital and the Making of Millennials. First Edition. New York, NY: Little, Brown and Company.
 
Hochschild, Arlie Russell. 2013. So How’s the Family? : and Other Essays. Berkeley: University of California Press.
 
Spyrou, Spyros, Rachel Rosen, and Daniel Thomas Cook. 2019. Reimagining Childhood Studies. Edited by Spyros Spyrou, Rachel Rosen, and Daniel Thomas Cook. London ;: Bloomsbury Academic.

Accessing Books

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  • U-Borrow: Request books that Rutgers Libraries does not currently own. Books sent in 7 days. 
  • Request a Rutgers Libraries book be sent to the Robeson Library. 
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