A special issue of Papers: Explorations into Children’s Literature on Children’s Literature Collections and Archives is out now.
This issue is available (free open access) at: http://www.paperschildlit.com/index.php/papers.
Table of Contents
- The Osborne Collection of Early Children’s Books: Toronto Public Library’s Research Collection of Juvenile Material Leslie Anne McGrath
- Twentieth century literary and publishing archives: UK research perspectives on children’s literature Charlotte Berry
- Colonial Girls’ Literature and the Politics of Archives in the Digital Age Michelle J. Smith and Kristine Moruzi
- Anthony Arrowroot and Nutty Nutella: Advertising in Children’s Literature Afsana Khan
- The Historical-Cultural Value of the Juvenile Collection: The McLaren Collection at the University of Melbourne and its Girls’ Books Margaret Lowe
- John Mystery and the Australian Book Trade Juliet O’Conor
- Astrid Lindgren and the Archives Helene Ehriander
- A Token to the Future: A Digital “Archive” of Early Australian Children’s Literature Kerry Mallan, Amy Cross, and Cherie Allan
- Digital Archives and Cultural Memory: Discovering Lost Histories in Digitised Australian Children’s Literature 1851-1945 Michelle Dicinoski
- The Lu Rees Archives of Australian Children’s Literature Belle Alderman
- Collections of the Swiss Institute for Children’s and Youth Media and their Public Access Roger Meyer
- Growing up Australian: The National Imaginary in School Readers Jane McGennisken
- Books or Toys? A Traveller’s tale: researching early movable books for and by children in material and virtual collections Jacqueline Reid-Walsh