Monthly Archives: November 2016

2016 Harold Rosen lecture: “Who’ll Tell the Story?”

The 9th Harold Rosen lecture, “Who’ll Tell the Story?”, was given by Gabrielle Cliff Hodges at the UKLA 2016 conference. Gabrielle is a former English teacher and Head of English, and is currently a University Senior Lecturer in Education at the University of Cambridge, where she leads the English PGCE programme. The lecture re-visited some of Harold Rosen’s powerful arguments in

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Opie Award for Children’s Games book

Professor Andrew Burn and Dr Chris Richards have won the American Folklore Society’s Opie Prize for their co-edited book, Children’s Games in the New Media Age: Childlore, Media and the Playground (Ashgate, 2014). The prize reflects the collaborative effort of the authors in the book, including Professor Jackie Marsh, Dr Julia Bishop, Dr John Potter, Grethe Mitchell and Andy Clarke,

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