Member Publications and Reading Lists
Gender, Sexuality, and Beyond - A Reading List for Children
Ten Books on Sexual Violence for Youth and Adults
Reading list for children in the context of “History & Culture”.
History of Childhood and Youth in India
Children's Rights: Global and Cross-Cultural Perspectives
Histories of Childhood in the Global South
Adoption and Adoptive Family Lives
Youth, Class, Politics, Consumption
Education and the Reproduction of Inequality
Youth Studies in India
"Ethics of Positionality in Capturing Adivasi Youth ‘Voices’ in a Village Community in India", Anthropology and Education Quarterly, Volume 7, Novermber 2021
Utsa Mukherjee and Ravider Barn,
"Concerted cultivation as a racial parenting strategy: race, ethnicity and middle-class Indian parents in Britain", British Journal of Sociology of Education, Volume 24, Sept. 2021, pp. 521-536
Jana Tschurenev and Sumeet Mhaskar, "Wake up for education”: colonialism, social transformation, and the beginnings of the anti-caste movement in India", Paedagogica Historica, May 2021
Children's Work for Children": Caste, Childhood, and Missionary Philanthropy in Colonial India, The Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, Volume 14, Number 2, Spring 2021, pp. 234-253
'If You Cannot Feed the Body of a Child You Cannot Feed the Brain’: Education and Nutrition in Late Colonial Madras, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, Vol. 44, Issue 1., February 2021,135-151
Sarah Emily Duff
Leya Matthew and Ritty Lukose
Savitha Suresh Babu
Jean Thomas Martelli and Kristina Garalytė (co-edited), "Student Politics in South Asia", SAMAJ, No. 22, 2019.
Framing Teachers in National Education Policy and in the Popular Media: Discourses on Teachers and their Work in South Asia, Handbook of Education Systems in South Asia, Global Education Systems, edited by Padma M. Sarangapani & Rekha Pappu (Springer), 2020
Leya Mathew and Ritty Lukose
Caroline Dyer and Vijitha Rajan
Educating South Asia's Internally Migrating Children, Handbook of Education Systems in South Asia, Global Education Systems, edited by Padma M. Sarangapani & Rekha Pappu (Springer), 2020
Smruthi Bala Kannan and Rashmi Kumari
Collaborations Across Global North-South: Considering Opportunities and Challenges, NEOS Current Issue : Anthropology of Children and Youth Interest Group
Ethnography and Migrant Children: Perspectives and Challenges, NEOS Current Issue : Anthropology of Children and Youth Interest Group
Climbing the Coconut Tree: Three South Indians Use Their Personal Memories of Colonial Education to Influence the Decolonisation of Education after Independence in Marcelo Caruso and Daniel Maul eds., Decolonization(s) and Education:New Polities and New Men, (Berlin: Peter Lang, 2020)
Cyril Brandt, Tom De Herdt and Stylianos Moshonas
ROAPE Blog Post: Everything Changes, Everything Stays the Same: Congo’s Education Crisis
-- Brandt, Cyril Owen, and Tom De Herdt. 2020. ‘Reshaping the Reach of the State: The Politics of a Teacher Payment Reform in the DR Congo’. Journal of Modern African Studies 58 (1): 23–43.
--Where do Good Girls Have Sex? Space, Risk, and Respectability in Chennai, Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, May 2020
-- Digital History and its Potentials: A Microsyllabus,
"The Abusable Past", Radical History Review, May 2020
Divya Ravindranath, Jean-Francois Trani, and Lora Iannotti
Visible, more than Ever: Unequal Childhoods in Istanbul during COVID-19. Odrowaz-Coates (Ed.), What Would Korczak Do? Reflections on Education, Well-being and Children's Rights in the Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic (pp. 58-69). Warsaw: Publishing House of the Academy of Special Education.
Yamila V. Rodriguez
A Suitable Amount of (De)Institutionalization: Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic. Odrowaz-Coates (Ed.), What Would Korczak Do? Reflections on Education, Well-being and Children's Rights in the Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic (pp. 142-152). Warsaw: Publishing House of the Academy of Special Education.