Mothering and Migration: (Trans)nationalisms, Globalization, and Displacemen

Date : February 19-21, 2010

Date : Puerto Rico Convention Center 100 Convention Boulevard, San Juan, Puerto Rico

February 19-21, 2010,
Puerto Rico Convention Center
100 Convention Boulevard,
San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Please note: A personalized Web site for the Association of Research on Mothering (February 19, 2010 – February 21, 2010) has been created for our group. You can access the site to learn more about the event and to book, modify, or cancel a reservation from November 23, 2009 to February 21, 2010.

Here is the link: http://www.starwoodmeeting.com/StarGroupsWeb
/res?id=0911233821&key=13BA8
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If you have problems or questions, please email Brenda Santiago Brenda.Santiago@sheraton.com or 787.993.3621 and identify yourself as part of the Association for Research on Mothering group. Cut-off for reservations is January 15, 2010.

Click here to see the full CFP.
New Extended Deadline January 5th!

We welcome submissions from scholars, students, activists, government agencies and workers, artists, mothers, and others who work or research in this area. Cross-cultural, historical and comparative work is encouraged. We encourage a variety of types of submissions including academic papers from all disciplines, workshops, creative submissions, performances, storytelling, visual arts and other alternative formats.

Topics can include (but are not limited to):

Representations/images of mothers and migration and (trans)national issues; globalization of motherhood; empowering migrant mothers; reproduction and movement of mother workers; migrant and (trans)national mothers and capitalism; migrant and (trans)national mothers and activism; public policy and migrant and (trans)national mothers; legal responses to migrant and (trans)national mothers; transnational movement and (anti-) racism in parenting; LBGT migrant and (trans)national mothers and social justice issues; suffering and survival of migrant and (trans)national mothers; impact of globalization on mothering; creating and maintaining family relationships; mothering and immigration policies; resistance of migrant and (trans)national mothers against cultural oppression; migrant and (trans)national mothers and politicians; transnationalism and adoption; migrant and (trans)national mother movements; race and (anti-) racism within the migratory context; theories of mothers who migrate; globalization of reproductive technologies and reproduction; the effects of migration on mothering; communal support for migrant and (trans)national mothers; employment and migrant and (trans)national mothers; raising children and migrant and (trans)national mothers; migrant and (trans)national mothers and the loss of identity; migrant and (trans)national mothers who build communities and networks; climate change and migrant and (trans)national mothers; mothering and cultural globalization; migrant and (trans)national mothers and language; migrant and (trans)national mother activists; migrant and (trans)national mothers and loss; displaced mothers; mothers on the margins; pregnant migrant and (trans)national mothers and heath care; migrant and (trans)national mothers and economic inequality; migrant and (trans)national mothers and homelessness; migrant and (trans)national mothers and education; transnational motherhood; violence against migrant and (trans)national mothers; migrant and (trans)national mothers and mental health issues; migrant and (trans)national mothers and disabilities; mothering and class issues; caregiving and motherhood in global movements; transnational movements; online communities of migrant and (trans)national mothers; ideologies in migrant and transnational communities