The project regenerates archaeological childhood studies through examining the status of children between 1500 and 1900. These will be approached through application of theories of emotions, performance and identity research.
- Finding children's voices in the archaeological materials from burials and settlement contexts,
- Studying socialization of children based on historical sources such as probate inventories, mill, and school records,
- Analysing the nutrition and health of the past children and discussing breastfeeding patterns.
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Last updated: 22.4.2018