Jeunesse Articles Win ChLA Awards
Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures is pleased to announce that two articles published in Jeunesse have been honoured at the 2015 Children’s Literature Association conference.
Zetta Elliott won the ChLA Article Award for "The Trouble with Magic: Conjuring the Past in New York City Parks," published in Issue 5.2 (2013), and Rachel Conrad received the Honor Award for her article, "’We Are Masters at Childhood’: Time and Agency in Poetry by, for, and about Children," also published in Issue 5.2 (2013).
ChLA Article Awards are awarded annually by the Children’s Literature Association to recognize outstanding articles focusing on a literary, historical, theoretical, or cultural examination of children’s texts and/or children’s culture. Articles should provide new insights into the field, making a distinct or significant scholarly contribution to the understanding of children’s literature.