The following list of publications consists of published proceedings of conferences hosted by the Cotsen Children's Library, articles based on items in the research collection, and articles on children's books which have appeared in the Princeton University Library Chronicle .
If you are interested in obtaining a copy of a particular article, please contact Andrea Immel, Curator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Childhood and Children's Books in Early Modern Europe, 1550-1800. Edited by Andrea Immel and Michael Witmore. New York and London: Routledge, 2006.
"Playing with Knowledge: Text, Toys, and Teaching Children in Georgian England," 1997; published in Princeton University Library Chronicle , volume LX, number 2 (Winter 1999).
Brian Alderson, "New Playthings and Gigantick Histories: The Nonage of English Children's Books."
William McCarthy, "Mother of All Discourses: Anna Barbauld's Lessons for Children ."
Mitzi Myers, "Anecdotes from the Nursery in Maria Edgeworth's Practical Education (1798): Learning from Children Abroad and at Home."
Jill Shefrin, "'Make it a Pleasure and Not a Task': Educational Games for Children in Georgian England."
"Struwwelpeter in English," 1999; published in Princeton University Library Chronicle , volume LXII, number 1 (Autumn 2000): Special issue on Heinrich Hoffmann's Struwwelpeter (Slovenly Peter).
David Blamires, "Social Satire in English Struwwelpeter Parodies."
Andrea Immel, "Cover Note," ( Stëpka-Rastrëpa , the Russian Struwwelpeter, and Korneii Chukovskii's Moidodyr).
Emer O'Sullivan, " 'Anything to me is sweeter...': British Translations of Heinrich Hoffmann's Struwwelpeter."
Walter Sauer, "Introduction" and "Struwwelpeter Naturalized: McLoughlin Imprints of Slovenly Peter and Related Books." Part I ; Part II .
J. D. Stahl, "Struwwelpeter and the development of the American Children's Book."
Ulrich Wiedmann, "The Inflammable Maiden: Some Remarks on Naughty Girls."
"Considering the Kunstmärchen : The History and Development of Literary Fairy Tales," 2001; published in Marvels & Tales , volume 17, number 1 (Spring 2003).
George Bodmer, "Arthur Hughes, Walter Crane, and Maurice Sendak: The Picture as Literary Fairy Tale."
Nancy L. Canepa, "'Entertainment for Little Ones'?: Basile's Lo cunto de li cunti and the Childhood of the Literary Fairy Tale."
Hans-Heino Ewers, "Male Adolescence in German Fairy-Tale Novellas of the Enlightenment, Romanticism, and Biedermeier."
Christine Jones, "The Poetics of Enchantment (1690-1715)."
U. C. Knoepflmacher, "Introduction: Literary Fairy Tales and the Value of Impurity."
Roderick McGillis, "'A Fairytale Is Just a Fairytale': George MacDonald and the Queering of Fairy."
Maria Nikolajeva, "Fairy Tale and Fantasy: From Archaic to Postmodern."
Jan Susina, "'Like the fragments of coloured glass in a kaleidoscope': Andrew Lang Mixes Up Richard Doyle's In Fairyland ."
ADDITIONAL MONOGRAPHS AND ARTICLES BASED ON MATERIALS IN THE RESEARCH COLLECTION
Brian Alderson, "'Mister Gobwin' and His 'Interesting Little Books, Adorned with Beautiful Copper-Plates,'" published in Princeton University Library Chronicle , volume LIX, number 2 (Winter 1998).
Ruth B. Bottigheimer, "An Important System of Its Own: Defining Children's Literature," published in Princeton University Library Chronicle , volume LIX, number 2 (Winter 1998).
Andrea Immel, "Frederick Lock: Patterns in the Pictures and the Writings in the Margins," Lion & the Unicorn 29:1 (Spring 2005): 65-86.
Eric J. Johnson, "Cover Note" (“Politicizing Childhood: Oncle Hansi and Alsatian Nationalism”) , published in Princeton University Library Chronicle , volume LXIII, number 3 (Spring 2002).
U.C. Knoepflmacher, "Male Patronage and Female Authorship: The Case of John Ruskin and Jean Ingelow," Part I ; Part II , published in Princeton University Library Chronicle , volume LVI, number 1 (Autumn 1995).
Anne Lundin, "Kate Greenaway's Critical and Commercial Reception," Part I ; Part II , published in Princeton University Library Chronicle , volume LVI, number 1 (Autumn 1995).
Dale Roylance, "Of Sin and Salvation: Early American Children's Books at Princeton," published in Princeton University Library Chronicle , volume LIX, number 2 (Winter 1998).
Jill Shefrin, Neatly Dissected for the Instruction of Young Ladies and Gentlemen in the Knowledge of Geography: John Spilsbury and Early Dissected Puzzles . Los Angeles: Cotsen Occasional Press, 1999.
Jill Shefrin, Such Constant Affectionate Care: Lady Charlotte Finch--Royal Governess and the Children of George III . Los Angeles: Cotsen Occasional Press, 2003.
Sean Shesgreen and David Bywaters, "The First London Cries for Children," published in Princeton University Library Chronicle , volume LIX, number 2 (Winter 1998).
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