Amy F. Ogata

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In this paper, I explore the construction of the creative child after World War II and argue that the concept of "everyday creativity" is bound up with a cultural ideal firmly rooted in postwar circumstances. In addition to goods and spaces made for children, such as toys, playrooms, and schools, I suggest that the historiography of the idea of creativity(More)
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