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SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies
Editor: Daniel T. Cook, Rutgers University – Camden

Associate Editors:
Sarada Balagopalan, Rutgers University-Camden
Daniela Caselli, University of Manchester
Spyros Spyrou, European University Cyprus

Managing Editor: Matthew Prickett, Rutgers University – Camden

The SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies (expected publication 2019) will bring together, under one cover, an impressive array of topics, methods and perspectives definitive of contemporary approaches to the study of children and their childhoods.

Transnational and transdisciplinary in scope and content, these dynamic and comprehensive five volumes draw on the broad and varied expertise of key scholars and practitioners in the field. The Encyclopedia will be of great value to those working and teaching in a variety of fields, from literary studies to psychology, social welfare to geographies, history to post-colonial and gender studies.

Authors are needed for a diverse range of entries from 1,000 – 5,000 words in length. This is a great opportunity for graduate students, new scholars, and experts in the field. If interested, contact Managing Editor, Matthew Prickett (, with topics of interest and inquiries.

A full list of currently available entries and their word count can be seen here:

Call for Contributors – SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies