Overseen by Kristine Alexander and Simon Sleight, Routledge Studies in the Histories of Children and Youth launched in 2021 and is seeking proposals.

This book series hosts new and dynamic scholarship on the global histories of children and youth in the modern era (c. 1750 to present). Encompassing all historical settings in which children and youth were located, it explores lived experiences, cultural representations, material and memorial cultures. Studies showcasing methodological innovation and youthful perspectives are especially encouraged, and the series is also interested in approaches that position the histories of young people and the analytical category of age within broader historiographical narratives and debates.   


Submissions are welcome from emergent and established scholars. We make prompt editorial decisions. Our titles are published in print and electronic format, and subject to peer review by recognised experts in the field. The series features monographs, edited collections, and textbooks or handbooks designed for university teaching. 

For further information prior to making a submission please contact [email protected], copying in both [email protected] and [email protected]

Series Editors

Simon Sleight, King’s College London

Kristine Alexander, University of Lethbridge

Editorial Board

David Ambaras, North Carolina State University

Swapna Banerjee, Brooklyn College, CUNY

Dylan Baun, University of Alabama, Huntsville

Chris Brickell, University of Otago

Sarah-Anne Buckley, NUI Galway

Corrie Decker, University of California, Davis

Érika Melek Delgado, King’s College London

Sarah E. Duff, Colby College

Crystal Fraser, University of Alberta

Mona Gleason, University of British Columbia

Abosede George, Barnard College, New York

Mischa Honeck, Universität Kassel

Catriona Kelly, University of Oxford

Valeria Manzano, Universidad Nacional de San Martin

Gary McCulloch, UCL/Institute of Education

Mary Clare Martin, University of Greenwich

Nara Milanich, Barnard College, New York

Susan Miller, Rutgers University

Aaron Moore, University of Edinburgh

Heidi Morrison, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse 

Hugh Morrison, University of Otago

Nell Musgrove, Australian Catholic University

Tamara Myers, University of British Columbia

Stephanie Olsen, Tampere University

Ishita Pande, Queen’s University, Ontario

Carla Pascoe Leahy, University of Melbourne

David Pomfret, University of Hong Kong

Shirleene Robinson, National Library of Australia

Yorick Smaal, Griffith University

Allyson Stevenson, University of Regina

Nicholas Syrett, University of Kansas

Melanie Tebbutt, Manchester Metropolitan University

Karen Vallgårda, University of Copenhagen

Susan Whitney, Carleton University

Christina Wu, La Sorbonne

Book series overview and contact information
The Children's History Society is a non-for-profit society promoting the history of children and youth in the United Kingdom and the world.
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