News and Announcements
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The children's literature certificate, in conjunction with the studio arts department,... View »
Jack Halberstam, Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity Gender Studies and Comparative Literature at USC, will be visiting with the Kristeva Circle in October and we are invited to attend his... View »
Kathryn Bond Stockton, Distinguished Professor of English at University of Utah, will give a talk at the Humanities Center in late September. Her landmark book The Queer Child, or Growing... View »
The Children's Literature Program is pleased to announce that we are coordinating with Pitt's Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies program in 2017-18 for a special Year of programming and events... View »
The winners of this year's contest for the Best Undergraduate Essay in Children's Literature have been named!
Jennifer Orie won first place ($250) for her essay, "Black... View »
On April 6, 2017 from 4:00-6:00, the Children's Literature Program will host a talk by award-winning children's book author, Jonathan Auxier, in Lawrence Hall 120! Jonathan is the New York Times... View »
Join us for a talk with the Fred Rogers company on December 1 at 6:30 p.m. in Scaife Hall! Fred Rogers' legacy of creating meaningful media for children has fueled today's line-up of successful... View »
An innovative new elective for the children's literature program, Englit 1635: Children in Pittsburgh, will be running for the first time in Spring 2017. This course focuses on how contemporary... View »
Pitt Project Potter hosts a live reading of JK Rowling's new play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, at the Hillman Library Cup and Chaucer on September 30 from 1:00-4:30 p.m. There will be a... View »
Pitt Postdoctoral Fellow Diana Anselmo-Sequeira will be discussing Tumblr and queer girl fans on Sept. 27 in Cathedral 602 at 5pm. Her talk is titled "Sherlock Holmes Loves John Watson: Tumblr,... View »
The Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies and the Children's Literature Program host Tey Meadow, assistant professor at Harvard, who will discuss her research on transgender children... View »
On September 29 from 4:00-6:00 in Cathedral G24, the children's literature program hosts a talk by Anna Mae Duane, "Reading Black Children in the Nineteenth Century: A New Origin Story." Dr. Duane... View »
On Friday September 9 from 10:00-6:00 in Cathedral 501, Pitt Postdoctoral Fellow Diana Anselmo-Sequeira is hosting a colloquium, "Beloved Consumers, Fraught Cyphers: Young People, Material... View »