Temporalizing Childhood: A Conversation with Erica Burman, Stephanie Olsen, Spyros Spyrou, and Hanne Warming
This paper is a summary of the keynote panel conversation that took place as part of the “Childhood and Time”
conference, May 10–12, 2021. The speakers respond to the question of how they place childhood in time relations,
giving examples from their own research and outlining an agenda for considering time in childhood studies.
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