Dissertation Interviews

Watch videos by the 2021-2023 CLMC students talking about their dissertations. The projects cover a wide range of fascinating topics and critical approaches, including YA novels, graphic novels, films, videogames and picturebooks.

Victoria Pellegero

Applying Childhood Participation models in Spanish contemporary museums: Museu Picasso Barcelona's performance through the lens of the MOI framework and the Triangle Ladder of Participation. 

Ivette Giron

Fostering Resiliene through picturebooks in critical contexts: A case study at Riecken's Libraries in Honduras. 

Estefanía Daza D.

Lo último que se pierde es la esperanza: An Interperatation of Contemporary Colombian Films about Youth

Phi Thi Thu Hang

From Refugee to Immigrant: A Visual Journey of the Vietnamese Families in Northern America in four selected picturebooks.

Alejandra Sierra

Colombian youth representation in documentary graphic novels.

A study cas of the graphic novels Una Larga Travesia Verde and Hasta Que Honremos La Vida.

Iryna Doroshenko

The Use of Literature in TESOL. A Comparative Qualitative Study with Secondary School Teachers in Ukraine and Catalonia. 

Sidra Farah

Representations of Childhood and Children in Hindi Cinema.

Raquel Gollner Bonfante

The Fallen Sister: A Practice-based Research on the Creative Process in Writing a Young Adult Fantasy Novel. 

Karla Gonzalez Pech

Children and Digital Toys.

Tracing Depictions of Childhood in Toca Life World. 

Valeriya Chistyakova

Failed Home-Away-Failed Home: Cycle of Intergenerational Trauma in Stranger Things Series.