The Child Botanical: A Case For Exploring The Intersection Between Environmental History and The History of Childhood

Download this article (includes footnotes and bibliography)Download Childhood in Britain today, as a concept, is extremely precious to society. Children are pure, innocent, as of yet uncorrupted by the world; theirs are ‘the hands by which we take hold of heaven’. They represent the future, both very literally but also conceptually in that they are … Continue reading The Child Botanical: A Case For Exploring The Intersection Between Environmental History and The History of Childhood