Volume 2 Issue 2    Fall 2011



Accidental Deaths: the Violence of Representing

Childhood in "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"
by Morgan Genevieve Blue

Blue_SVU.pdf


Spelling Out Racial Difference: Moving Beyond the

Inspirational Discourse in Akeelah and the Bee
by Kathryn Linder

Linder_Akeelah.pdf


See St. Louis and Die: Wartime and the Morbid Child Psychology of Meet Me in St. Louis
by Vincent Casaregola

Casaregola_St.Louis.pdf


Poetical Photographs: The Nostalgic Image of Victorian Children in the Frame Poems of Alice in Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass
by Leah R. Mittelmeier Soule

Soule_Poetical.pdf


The Privileged Animal: The Myth of Childhood and the Myth of Realism According to Andre Bazin
by Marco Grosoli

Grosoli_Innocence.pdf


Childhood: A Photo-essay
by Elan Justice Pavlinich
Editors Note: All images used in this photo-essay are used by permission of the photographer and the participants

Pavlinich_Childhood.pdf



About the Contributors

Contributors V2I2 .pdf



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