This special issue on “Maternal Subjectivities” features twelve articles, seven book reviews, and a special poetry folio featuring the work of Joelle Biele.
•Maternal ambivalence in contemporary Italian film
•Maternal desires and compulsory motherhood
•Muslim mothers and their religio-educative roles
•Adoption and mothering in film
• Representation of maternal memory, embodiment, and motherhood in art
•The importance of feminist maternal practice and the potential for doing gender with boys
•The maternal subject in the budding British novel •and many more!