(Critical Cultural Studies of Childhood) Majia Holmer Nadesan-Governing Childhood Into the 21st Century_ Biopolitical Technologies of Childhood Management and Education-Palgrave Macmillan (2010).pdf

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  G C   21 C   C RITICAL   C ULTURAL   S TUDIES   OF  C HILDHOOD Series Editors:  Marianne N. Bloch, Gaile Sloan Cannella, and Beth Blue Swadener This series will focus on reframings of theory, research, policy, and pedagogies in childhood. A critical cultural study of childhood is one that offers a “prism” of possibilities for writing about power and its relationship to the cultural constructions of childhood, family, and education in broad societal, local, and global contexts. Books in the series will open up new spaces for dialogue and reconceptualization based on critical theoretical and methodological framings, including critical pedagogy, advocacy and social justice perspectives, cultural, historical and comparative studies of childhood, post-structural, postcolonial, and/or feminist studies of childhood, family, and education. The intent of the series is to examine the relations between power, language, and what is taken as normal/abnormal, good and natural, to understand the construction of the “other,” difference and inclusions/exclusions that are embedded in cur-rent notions of childhood, family, educational reforms, policies, and the practices of schooling. Critical Cultural Studies of Childhood  will open up dialogue about new possibilities for action and research.Single authored as well as edited volumes focusing on critical studies of childhood from a  variety of disciplinary and theoretical perspectives are included in the series. A particular focus is in a re-imagining as well as critical reflection on policy and practice in early childhood, pri-mary, and elementary education. It is the series intent to open up new spaces for reconceptual-izing theories and traditions of research, policies, cultural reasonings and practices at all of these levels, in the USA, as well as comparatively. The Child in the World/The World in the Child: Education and the Configuration of a Universal, Modern, and Globalized Childhood   Edited by Marianne N. Bloch, Devorah Kennedy, Theodora Lightfoot, and Dar Weyenberg; Foreword by Thomas S. Popkewitz Beyond Pedagogies of Exclusion in Diverse Childhood Contexts: Transnational Challenges   Edited by Soula Mitakidou, Evangelia Tressou, Beth Blue Swadener, and Carl A. Grant “Race” and Early Childhood Education: An International Approach to Identity, Politics, and Pedagogy   Edited by Glenda Mac Naughton and Karina Davis Governing Childhood into the 21st Century: Biopolitical Technologies of Childhood Management and Education   By Majia Holmer Nadesan Developmentalism in Early Childhood and Middle Grades Education: Critical Conversations on Readiness and Responsiveness   Edited by Kyunghwa Lee and Mark D. Vagle  G C   21 C  Biopolitical Technologies of Childhood Management and Education  Majia Holmer Nadesan
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