Abigail Adams
Women's Studies
The Association for Research on Mothering is pleased to announce the publication of:

Teaching Motherhood: A Collection of Post-secondary Courses on Mothering/Motherhood

This 90 page collection of syllabi from post-secondary courses across North America is an excellent resource guide for people teaching and researching in the area of mothering and motherhood. The collection begins with an article by Andrea O'Reilly, President of the Association for Research on Mothering, on designing a feminist course on mothering-motherhood, and contains 19 informative and detailed motherhood course descriptions (including extensive reading lists) in fields as diverse as English, Women's Studies, Law, Social Work, Sociology and Anthropology including:

  • Mothering and Motherhood: Images, Issues and Patterns, Sharon Abbey
  • Re-visioning Motherhood in Modern Western Culture, Lisa Algazi
  • Women, Family and Law, Susan B. Boyd
  • Theories and Politics of Motherhood, Lara Foley
  • Feminist Perspectives on Motherhood, Joanne S. Frye
  • Women with Adult Children in Fiction, Film, Pop Culture, and Their Own Words, Margaret Morganroth Gullette
  • Mothers and Daughters in Contemporary Women^“s Writing, Andrea O^“Reilly

To order this booklet please send $8 plus $2 shipping (Cdn/US) to the address below.
__Teaching Motherhood $8.00 + $2 shipping (Cdn/US)

For more information please contact us at the address below or visit our webpage.

Association for Research on Mothering (ARM)
726 Atkinson College, York University, 4700 Keele Street
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M3J 1P3

Email: arm@yorku.ca
Webpage: www.yorku.ca/crm
Phone: 416 736 2100; Ex 60366

Please make cheques payable to ARM. At this time we only accept Canadian and US funds, in the form of cash, cheque or international money orders.


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