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[Commlist] Jeunesse 11.1 published

Fri Aug 16 15:55:07 GMT 2019

The Centre for Research in Young People's Texts and Cultures (CRYTC) is pleased to announce that the 2019 Summer Issue of /Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures/ (11.1) <> is now available.

*The following sections are open access*:

- Editorial, with a reflection on the journal’s 10-year Anniversary and the value of metrics, “Ten Goslings, Six Plus Four: Who Will Get the Highest Score? <>” by Heather Snell

- Review essays by Caroline Hamilton-McKenna <>, Madeleine Hunter <>, Michelle Anya Anjirbag <>, Robert Bittner <>, Jill E. Silvius <>, and Michelle Jeffries <>

- A new exciting resource: “Indigenous Comics and Graphic Novels: An Annotated Bibliography <>” by Taylor Daigneault, Amy Mazowita, Candida Rifkind, and Camille Callison, with an introduction <> by Camille Callison and Candida Rifkind

*Articles include*:

- “‘Agent of Revolutionary Thought’: Bambara and Black Girlhood for a Poetics of Being and Becoming Human <>” by Maria Kromidas

- “Visualization and the Vivid Reading Experience <>” by Margaret Mackey

- “‘Are You Preparing for Another War?’: Un/Just War and the Hunger Games Trilogy <>” by Roxanne Harde

- “Writing with Impunity in a Space of Their Own: On Cultural Appropriation, Imaginative Play, and a New Ethics of Slash in Harry Potter Fan Fiction <>” by James Joshua Coleman

- “Girl-Animal Metamorphoses: Voice, Choice, and (Material) Agency of the Transforming Female Body in Young Adult Literature <>” by Tharini Viswanath

Housed in the Centre for Research in Young People’s Texts and Cultures <>(CRYTC) and produced with funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), /Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures/ is a scholar led, interdisciplinary, refereed academic journal, the mandate of which is to publish research on and to provide a forum for discussion about cultural productions for, by, and about young people.

More information on how to submit papers and how to subscribe can be found on our website: <>.

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