Children and Young People in the Anthropocene | Rowman & Littlefield
Children and Young People in the Anthropocene
This series seeks to examine, exemplify and problematise the ways in which childhood and youth are entangled with the Anthropocene. The series is multi-disciplinary – bringing together, drawing on, and exploring various intersections and entanglements between, sociologies of childhood, youth, education, work, wellbeing; children’s and young people’s geographies; feminist and post-feminist theories and methodologies; new materialist and post-human theories and methodologies. It engages with an array of critical theoretical, methodological and empirical challenges and opportunities that emerge when thinking about children, young people and the Anthropocene.

Editor(s): Peter Kelly, Peter Kraftl, Diego Carbajo Padilla, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw and Kate Tilleczek
Advisory Board: Professor Lucas Walsh, Monash University, Professor Mindy Blaise, Edith Cowan University, Professor Benjamin Tejerina, University of the Basque Country, Professor Anoop Nayak, University of Newcastle, Professor Anna Hickey-Moody, RMIT University, Dr Fikile Nxumalo, OISE, University of Toronto, Dr Cristina Delgado Vintimilla, York University, Dr Rosalind Black, Deakin University
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