MOTHERS GONE MAD: MOTHERHOOD AND MADNESS OPPRESSION AND RESISTANCE
Date : Thursday, May 28 - Saturday, May 30, 2009
Date : NOLA STUDIOS, 250 W.54th St. (Between Broadway and 8th) New York City
In celebration of Mother’s Day,
The Association for Research on Mothering (ARM)
and MAMAPALOOZA are hosting a three-day conference!
MOTHERS GONE MAD: MOTHERHOOD AND MADNESS
OPPRESSION AND RESISTANCE
Thursday, May 28 – Saturday, May 30, 2009
NOLA STUDIOS, 250 W.54th St. (Between Broadway and 8th)
New York City
**PLEASE NOTE: entrance to NOLA STUDIOS is via 244 West 54th Street for Saturday, May 30 only**
FEATURING KEYNOTE ADDRESSES BY:
PHYLLIS CHESLER, “Envious Mothers, Beautiful, High-Spirited Daughters: The First Step Towards Woman’s Inhumanity to Woman”, www.phyllis-chesler.com
PAULA CAPLAN, Ph.D. “Who Decides If Mothers Are Crazy? From Freud’s Mother to Today’s”
ALICIA OSTRIKER “The Mother/Child Papers Revisited” and
ANDREA O’REILLY “Out(law)ing Motherhood: A Theory and Politics of Maternal Empowerment
for the 21st Century”
Note: All cheques MUST be made payable to YORK UNIVERSITY.
MAMAPALOOZA Inc. connecting Mothers through Music, Art, Activism and Education for Cultural, Economic & Social awareness. MOMS ROCK!
Mamapalooza serves as a resource for mothers seeking support, awareness and education in the arts, entrepreneurship and areas of mental and physical health. We are a cultural and social service hub, fostering talent, and providing a network for professional advancement, creative fulfillment, and financial education, encouraging well-being for women and families.
Click here to learn more about Mamapalooza
Founded in 1998 the Association for Research on Mothering (ARM) is the first and still only international feminist research devoted specifically to the topic of mothering-motherhood. Our mandate is to provide a forum for the discussion and dissemination of research on motherhood and to establish a community of individuals and institutions working and researching in the area of mothering and motherhood. ARM houses the Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering, Demeter Press, and the feminist mothers group MOTHER OUTLAWS.