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Missing, dead, disappeared, or otherwise absent mothers haunt us and the stories we tell ourselves.
For myriad reasons, breastfeeding is a fraught issue among mothers in the U.S. and other industrialized nations and breastfeeding advocacy in particular remains a source of contention for feminist scholars and activists.
This collection explores how becoming and being a mother can be shaped by, and interconnected with, how mothers realize feminism and/or become feminists.
Whereas biomedical and feminist literature treat abortion, miscarriage, and stillbirth as differently conceptualized events, this collection explores the connections between these three categories.
Parenting brings countless hopes and worries. But when external factors create fear and cast a shadow long and deep across motherhood, what happens to the act of mothering?
This book provides a rare and in-depth examination of the narratives, experiences, and lived realities of abused mothers a group of women.
Mothers Under Fire: Mothering in Conflict Areas examines the experiences of women mothering in conflict areas.