I am putting together a session for the July SHCY conference in Berkeley on TEACHING THE HISTORY OF CHILDHOOD IN THE NON-WEST. This session proposal is in line with the program committee's announcement that it will accept proposals that do not follow the traditional format, i.e they will accept sessions on pedagogy. This session proposal is also in line with the conference theme of children at risk, because this session seeks to articulate sources and methods for teaching about the history of children in regions of the world most plagued by poverty, violence, and deprivation in the twentieth century.
For this session on TEACHING THE HISTORY OF CHILDHOOD IN THE NON-WEST, I will present on teaching the history of childhood in the Middle East. I am looking for other presenters for regions of the world such as Asia, Africa, Latin-America, etc.?
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