Defining Print Culture for Youth
|Imprint: Libraries Unlimited|
|Publication Date: 05/2003|
|Format|| ||Price|| ||ISBN-13|
|Hardcover|| ||$52.00|| ||978-0-313-32177-1|
The Cultural Work of Children's Literature
Anne Lundin, Wayne A. Wiegand, ed
Presented by scholars from diverse backgrounds, ten essays center on the emerging, interdisciplinary field of print culture.
Sponsored by the Center for the History of Print Culture in Modern America, this volume features a selection of ten papers compiled from the Center's second national conference, accompanied by a detailed introduction. Presented by scholars from diverse backgrounds, the essays center on the emerging, interdisciplinary field of print culture. They examine children's literature and related print materials from a cultural perspective and discuss the influence of ideological, political, and material factors on the reader. Moreover, the authors join a cultural debate over the nature of childhood in specific historical periods.
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