Table of contents for Fashioning childhood in the eighteenth century : age and identity / edited by Anja Müller.

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Contents
List of Figures	vii
Notes on Contributors	ix
Acknowledgements	xiii
Introduction	1
Part 1			Cultural Contexts
1	The Doctor and the Child: Medical Preservation and Management
	of Children in the Eighteenth Century	13
	Adriana S. Benzaquén	
2	Children as Patients in German-Speaking Regions in the 
	Eighteenth Century	25
	Iris Ritzmann	
3	Observing Children in an Early Journal of Psychology: 
	Karl Philipp Moritz¿s Magazin zur Erfahrungsseelenkunde	33
	Anthony Krupp	
4	The Legal Status of Children in Eighteenth-Century England	43
	Anna-Christina Giovanopoulos	
5	Children, Adolescents and Fashionable Urban Society 
	in Eighteenth-Century England	53
	Peter Borsay
6 	The Child in the Visual Culture of Consumption 1790-1830	63
	Patricia Crown
7	Locke¿s Education or Rousseau¿s Freedom: 
	Alternative Socializations in Modern Societies	81
	Christoph Houswitschka
Part 2		Literary and Visual Representations
8	Fashioning Age and Identity: Childhood and the Stages of Life
	in Eighteenth-Century English Periodicals	91
	Anja Müller
9	Engaging Identity: 
	Portraits of Children in Late Eighteenth-Century European Art	101
	Dorothy Johnson
10	Greuze and the Ideology of Infant Nursing 
	in Eighteenth-Century France	117
	Bernadette Fort
11	Childhood and Juvenile Delinquency 
	in Eighteenth-Century Newgate Calendars	135
	Uwe Böker
12	Tales of Miracle or Lessons of Morality? 
	School Editions of Ovid¿s Metamorphoses as a Means of 
	Shaping the Personalities of British Schoolboys	145
	Sonja Fielitz
13	Defoe¿s Children	157
	Klaus Peter Jochum
14	Fictionalizing Foundlings: 
	Social Tradition and Change in Henry Fielding¿s Tom Jones	169
	Jan Hollm
15	Winding up the Clock: The Conception and Birth of Tristram Shandy	179
	Dirk Vanderbeke
16	Gendered Childhoods: On the Discursive Formation of 
	Young Females in the Eighteenth Century	189
	Brigitte Glaser
17	Fashioning the Child Author: Reading Jane Austen¿s Juvenilia	199
	Peter Sabor
Bibliography	211
Index				233

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Children -- Europe, Western -- Social conditions -- 18th century.
Childhood in literature.
Childhood in art.