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Title(s):

Fashioning childhood in the eighteenth century : age and identity / edited by Anja Müller.

Published/Created:
Aldershot, England ; Ashgate, c2006.
Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2006.
Physical Description:
xiii, 243 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Holdings:
Reference Library
HQ792.E8 F37 2006 (LC)
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Table of contents
Classification:
Books
Notes:
Based on a conference.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [211]-233) and index.
Subject Terms:
Childhood in art.
Childhood in literature.
Children -- Europe, Western -- Social conditions -- 18th century.
Contributors:
Müller, Anja.
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  • The doctor and the child / Adriana S. Benzaquén
  • Children as patients in German-speaking regions in the eighteenth century / Iris Ritzmann
  • Observing children in an early journal of psychology / Anthony Krupp
  • The legal status of children in eighteenth-century England / Anna-Christina Giovanopoulos
  • Children, adolescents and fashionable urban society in eighteenth-century England / Peter Borsay
  • The child in the visual culture of consumption 1790-1830 / Patricia Crown
  • Locke's education or Rousseau's freedom / Christoph Houswitschka
  • Fashioning age and identity / Anja Müller
  • Engaging identity / Dorothy Johnson
  • Greuze and the ideology of infant nursing in eighteenth-century France / Bernadette Fort
  • Childhood and juvenile delinquency in eighteenth-century Newgate calendars / Uwe Böker
  • Tales of miracle or lessons of morality? / Sonja Fielitz
  • Defoe's children / Klaus Peter Jochum
  • Fictionalizing foundlings / Jan Hollm
  • Winding up the clock / Dirk Vanderbeke
  • Gendered childhoods / Brigitte Claser
  • Fashioning the child author / Peter Sabor.