CUSP, Events, Open Psychology Research Centre, Psychology in the world, Student news

In Dialogue with Professor Sarah Crafter about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

'Contestation at the borderlands between migration, childhood and care: An exploration of child language brokers and lone child migrants' Eka: What's this talk all about, Sarah? Sarah: This talk is about the care that children provide for other in the context of migration. For example, I talk about how young people who translate and interpret… Continue reading In Dialogue with Professor Sarah Crafter about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

CUSP, Events, Open Psychology Research Centre, Psychology in the world, Student news

Contestation at the borderlands between migration, childhood and care: An exploration of child language brokers and lone child migrants

In this talk, Professor Sarah Crafter draws on her work with child language brokers and separated child migrants to argue that when psychology is ‘OPEN’ to viewing childhood through a critical-developmental lens, we can better understand the richness and complexities of diverse childhoods. In particular, she looks at the intersection between migration, childhood and care… Continue reading Contestation at the borderlands between migration, childhood and care: An exploration of child language brokers and lone child migrants

CUSP, Open Psychology Research Centre, Psychology

Feminist Critical Psychology in an International Context: A discussion with members of CuSP and the Discourse Unit.

Prof. Rose Capdevila, Dr. Johanna Motzkau and Prof Sarah Crafter, from the School, talk to three renowned critical and feminist psychologists. They are Prof Erica Burman, Dr. Ilana Mountian and Prof Ingrid Palmary. They talk about their connections to the Discourse Unit and the translatability of psychology across different geographical locations, disciplinary boundaries and traditions. … Continue reading Feminist Critical Psychology in an International Context: A discussion with members of CuSP and the Discourse Unit.

Cultural Psychology, CUSP, Research in the School

Children bridging cultural worlds

Professor Sarah Crafter from the School writes about her recently published article on children who have to interpret and translate for their parents and peers.  A new article by Sarah Crafter and Humera Iqbal, The contact zone and dialogical positionalities in ‘non-normative’ childhoods: How children who language broker manage conflict, was drawn from data collected… Continue reading Children bridging cultural worlds

Academic journal, CUSP, Psychology

Introducing the journal Children and Society

Professor Sarah Crafter will soon be taking over as one of the new Editors of the journal Children & Society. Before that, she was one of the journal’s book editors. She writes about the journal and her past and future roles, with a particular emphasis on features of the journal that will be of interest… Continue reading Introducing the journal Children and Society