Children’s Literature, Culture, and Cognition
The overarching aim of the CLCC series is to promote new theoretical approaches in the realm of children’s literature research on the one hand, and to particularly encourage a non-Anglo-American focus, bringing in exciting research from other areas, on the other hand. In addition, it will present research from many linguistic areas to an international audience, reinforce interaction between research conducted in many different languages and present high standard research on the basis of secondary sources in a number of languages and based in a variety of research traditions. Basically the book series should encourage a cross- and interdisciplinary approach on the basis of literary studies, media studies, comparative studies, reception studies, literacy studies, cognitive studies, and linguistics. The series includes monographs and essay collections which are international in scope and intend to stimulate innovative research with a focus on children’s literature (including other media), children’s culture and cognition, thus encouraging interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research in this expanding field.
Clémentine Beauvais | University of York
Sandra Beckett | Brock University
Karen Coats | University of Cambridge
Nina Goga | Western Norway University of Applied Sciences
Vanessa Joosen | University of Antwerp
Kenneth Kidd | University of Florida
Maria Lassén-Seger | Åbo Academy
Jörg Meibauer | University of Mainz
Sara Pankenier Weld | University of California, Santa Barbara
Natacha Rimasson-Fertin | University of Grenoble Alpes
Lisa Sainsbury | Roehampton University
Mateusz Swietlicki | University of Wroclaw
Ilgım Veryeri Alaca
2022. xvii, 260 pp.
Growing Sideways in Twenty-first Century British Culture: Challenging boundaries between childhood and adulthood
2021. xi, 229 pp.
2018. xii, 186 pp.
Sara Pankenier Weld
2018. xiv, 236 pp.
Anna Katrina Gutierrez
2017. xix, 230 pp.
Edited by Nina Goga and Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer
2017. x, 267 pp.
Helle Strandgaard Jensen
2017. xii, 188 pp.
Edited by Elina Druker and Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer
2015. xii, 295 pp.
2015. xii, 226 pp.
2014. viii, 247 pp.
2014. viii, 164 pp.
2013. x, 236 pp.