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Ann Marie Murnaghan

Assistant Professor
York University
Participates in 2 items

Ann Marie Murnaghan is an Assistant Professor, in the Children, Childhood, and Youth Program, in the Department of Humanities at York University. Dr. Murnaghan's research expertise and publications focus on discourses of childhood, children’s worlds and material cultures in cities, both historically and in the present period. She is a Co-Lead of the Children and Young People Interdisciplinary Research Network at the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, York University, and a Faculty Affiliate at The City Institute, York University.

Sessions in which Ann Marie Murnaghan participates

Tuesday 9 May, 2023

Time Zone: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
15:30 EDT - 17:00 EDT | 1 hour 30 minutes

Chair: Nick Revington, INRSChildism in Children’s Geographies: Can we have it both ways?    Ann Marie Murnaghan, York UniversityThe concept of childism has received varied treatment in the study children, childhood, and youth in the last 50 years. On the one hand, childism has referred to the anti-child opinions and behaviours of adults, influenced by the work of psychoanalyst and political scholar Elisabeth Young-Breuhl in her...