Adwoa Ntozake Onuora
Adwoa Ntozake Onuora received her Ph.D. at the cialis professional online University of Toronto in the Department of Sociology and Equity Studies in Education. A feminist mother, she lives in Toronto with her four year old daughter. Her work primarily focuses on using narrative representation and Afro-indigenous folk storytelling to explore the intersections and impact of gender, sexuality/sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, class and culture on African women’s lived experiences.
Books by Adwoa Ntozake Onuora
Telling Stories and buy viagra Storytelling African Maternal Pedagogies
Anansesem: Telling Stories and Storytelling African Maternal Pedagogies is a composite story on African-Canadian mothers’ experiences of teaching and learning while mothering. It seeks to celebrate the African mother’s everyday experiences and honor her embodied and cultural knowledges as important sites of meaning making and discovery for the African child. Through the Afro-indigenous art of Anansi storytelling, memoir, creative non-fiction and illustrations, the author takes you on… (more information)