13 May - Children’s Literature Lunchtime Seminar
Mairéad Mooney, PhD Candidate School of English - “The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same": Children’s Library Books in 1920s and 30s Cork.
Áilín Quinlan PhD Candidate School of English and School of Applied Social Studies - ‘The Jacqueline Wilson Book Club: A child-centred participatory research method to investigate why this author is so popular with 11- and 12-year-old female readers.’
Dr. Margaret Scanlon School of Applied Social Studies - ‘Popular histories: humour and horror in Terry Deary’s Horrible Histories series’.
ISS21 Children and Young People Cluster
13th May from 1-2 pm
The ISS21 Children and Young People research cluster brings together researchers from a wide range of disciplines in order to collaborate, promote awareness and disseminate research with and for children and young people. This lunchtime event will provide a brief overview of research on aspects of children's literature.