Colloque en ligne : Books for Children. Transnational Encounters 1750-1850 – Part II
The Cotsen Children’s Library will be livestreaming Friday’s paper presentations for the symposium “Books for Children: Transnational Encounters 1750-1850” (Part II), in response to suggestions that this would allow interested people to attend long-distance.
Livestreaming will start at 9AM and end 5PM (Eastern Time), Friday, November 1 at Princeton University’s Media Central Live Website.
URL: https://mediacentrallive.princeton.edu/ (Password: Cotsen111)
Please join us! We hope you will enjoy the proceedings. Below is Friday’s program for your convenience.
9:00AM-10:45AM Illustrations Crossing Borders
Chair: Andrea Immel
From Michaelmas-Day to Thanksgiving: The Transatlantic Transformation of “Poor Molly Goosey” Into “La Gansa Amorosa”. Laura Wasowicz (USA)
Children as Users and Producers of Narratives and Media Across Mid-Nineteenth Century Northern Europe: Translations of Karl Blumauer’s Die kleine Stella und ihre Puppe  and Der kleine Robert und sein Steckenpferd  into Danish and Dutch. Nina Christensen (Denmark)
Comenius in New York. Patricia Crain (USA)
11:15AM-12:25PM Transnational Publication Practice
Chair: Charlotte Appel
“It was a book with German letters!” International Encounters in Jewish Children’s Literature. Gabriele von Glasenapp (Germany)
Reprints, Piracies, Hibernicisations: Children’s Books and Late Eighteenth-Century Dublin Booksellers. Emer O’Sullivan (Germany)
1:30PM-3:15PM Migrant Books
Chair: Karen Sánchez-Eppler
Going Global: Transnational Networks and the Spread of Cheap Print for Children. Matthew O. Grenby (UK)
Children and Popular Print in a Transnational Perspective: A State of the Discipline. Elisa Marazzi (Italy)
Girlhood as a Transnational Creation: An International Perspective on Dutch Girls’ Books (1750-1800). Feike Dietz (The Netherlands)
3:30PM-4:40PM Colonial Agents of Transnationalism
Chair: Sara Pankenier Weld
The Travels of The Traveller: Children’s Literature Circulating in the Enslaved and Colonized Nineteenth-Century Atlantic. Courtney Weikle-Mills (USA)
Agency and the Children’s Crusade Against Slavery: 1791-1833. Lissa Paul (Canada)