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Friday, 28 December

389. Beyond Harry Potter: Theorizing Fantasy for Children

7:15–8:30 p.m., Columbus Hall H, Hyatt Regency

Program arranged by the Children’s Literature Association

Presiding: Jacqueline Horne, Simmons Coll.

1. “From Stone Tablet to Pensieve: Media and History in Children’s Fantasy,” Natalia Cecire, Univ. of California, Berkeley

2. “‘Don’t Mind Me, I’m Fantasizing’: The Importance of Fantasy in Human Development,” Alida Allison, San Diego State Univ.

3. “‘Now Let Us Put Away Childish Things’: Elided Fantasies for Children,” Farah Mendlesohn, Middlesex Univ.

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