Foreword, Hillevi Lenz-Taguchi Acknowledgements 1: Introduction, Jayne Osgood and Kerry H. Robinson 2: Re-Turns and Dis/Continuities of Feminist Thought in Childhood Research: Indebtedness and Entanglements, Jayne Osgood and Kerry H. Robinson 3: Re-Turning Again: Dis/Continuities and Theoretical Shifts in the Generational Generation of Discourses about Gender in Early Childhood Education, Kerry H. Robinson and Jayne Osgood 4: 'I Like Your Costume': Dress Up Play and Feminist Trans-Theoretical Shifts, Kerry H Robinson and Jen Lyttleton-Smith 5: Materialised Reconfigurations of Gender in Early Childhood: Playing Seriously with Lego, Jayne Osgood 6: Enacting Feminist Materialist Movement Pedagogies in the Early Years, Mindy Blaise and Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw 7: (In)-Conclusion(s): What Gets Produced Through Layering Feminist Thought? References Index
Debates the vital contribution feminist scholars have made and continue to make to advancing understandings of gender in childhood.
Jayne Osgood is Professor of Education at Middlesex University, UK and Visiting Professor at Oslo Met University, Norway. Kerry H. Robinson is Professor of Sociology in the School of Social Sciences and Psychology at Western Sydney University, Australia, and Leader of Sexualities and Genders Research (SaGR).