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Creating Religious Childhoods in Anglo-World and British Colonial Contexts, 1800-1950
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Hugh Morrison is Senior Lecturer in the College of Education at the University of Otago, New Zealand and a research associate in History at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. Mary Clare Martin is Principal Lecturer and Research Lead in the Department of Education & Community Studies and Head of the Centre for the Study of Play and at the University of Greenwich, UK.
Contents List of Figures Acknowledgements Introduction: Contours and Issues in Children's Religious History Hugh Morrison and Mary Clare Martin Part One: Missions, Families and Childhood 1. Making missions through (re)making children: Non-kin domestic intimacy in the London Missionary Society's work in late-nineteenth-century north India Rhonda Semple 2. Making missionary children: Religion, culture and juvenile deviance Emily Manktelow 3. Play, missionaries and the cross-cultural encounter in global perspective, 1800-1870 Mary Clare Martin Part Two: Educational approaches and opportunities 4. Sunday school prizes and books in early-nineteenth-century America David Greenspoon 5. Methodist childhoods: The education and formation of the young Methodist in Australia and Fiji, 1900-1950 Christine Weir 6. Leadership (with Fun and Games) instead of Domestic Service: Changing African Girlhood in a Johannesburg Mission, 1907-1940 Deborah Gaitskell Part Three: Literature and Discourses 7. 'Children of Silence': Disability, childhood and Christian suffering in nineteenth-century Britain Esme Cleall 8. 'Nearly all are supported by children': Charitable Childhoods in Late-Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth Century Literature for Children in the British World Margot Hillel 9. Making Kiwi Christians: Children and religion in the House of Reed Geoffrey Troughton Part Four: Religious Communities and Citizenship 10. Signs and graces: Children's experiences of confirmation in New Zealand, 1920s-1950s Grace Bateman 11. A 'Religion of the Backwoods': Religion and the Canadian Boy Scout Movement in the interwar period James Trepanier 12. Service, sacrifice and responsibility: Religion and Protestant settler childhood in New Zealand and Canada, c. 1860-1940 Hugh Morrison Notes on Contributors Bibliography Index