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- Price: $24.95 CAD
- Publication Date: Oct 2009
- Rights: World
- Pages: 276
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Philosophy, Politics, Practice
Edited by Andrea O’Reilly
The year 2009 marks twenty years since the buy proscar publication of Sara Ruddick’s monumental text Maternal Thinking: Toward a Politics of Generic cialis viagra Peace, a book that is regarded, along with Adrienne Rich’s Of Woman Born, as the most significant work in maternal scholarship and the new field of Motherhood Studies. What made Maternal Thinking so life-changing and ground-breaking was that it foregrounded what all mothers know: motherwork is
A Conversation About Maternal Thinking–Sara Ruddick and Andrea O’Reilly
Paid Childcare, Responsibility and Trust–Amy Mullin
Narrating as a Mother: Experience, Cognition, and Narrative Form in Jane Smiley’s Ordinary Love and Good Will–Joanne Frye
The Virture of Honoring Oneself–Judith Andre.
Maternal Thinking and Civic Virtue: A Healthy Ethical Dialectic– Ann Mongoven.
Mothering Without Norms?: Empirical Realities and Normative Conceptualizations of Mothering–Patrice DiQuinzio
The Mother in Mr. Chipps: Educating Artists and Maternal Thinking–Denise Ferris
Mothers Working Together for Peace: Sara Ruddick and the Madres of Free samples viagra the Plaza de Mayo–Marguerite Guzmán Bouvard
Cindy Sheehan: A Call to Maternal Activism in the Contemporary Peace Movement –Linda Pershing
Migration and Maternalism: (Re) Configuring Ruddick’s Maternal Thinking
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Rethinking Ruddick’s Birthgiver/Adoptive Mother Distinction–Jean Keller
Sara Ruddick’s ‘Motherwork’: Personal Perceptions to Academic Analysis–Marie Porter
Maternal Thinking Expanded: A Psychologist’s View–Regina Edmonds.
Feminist Mothering as Maternal Practice: Maternal Authority and Cialis pills Social Acceptability of Children–Andrea O’Reilly
Becoming a Mother, Becoming a Researcher: How Maternal Thinking Shaped a Career –Tracy R. Nichols
Maternal Practice: Mothering and Cultural Variation in Anthropology–Susan Schalge
Epilogue and a New Beginning–Sara Ruddick
About the Author
Andrea O’Reilly is Full Professor in the School of Women’s Studies at York University. She is author/editor of eighteen books on Mothering/ Motherhood including Mother Outlaws: Theories and Practices of Empowered Mothering. O’Reilly is the founder, director of the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement (MIRCI) (formerly the Association for Research on Mothering 1998-2010).