Mothers and History
This special issue on “Mothers and History” features nineteen articles,thirteen book reviews, and a special poetry folio featuring the work of Beth Ann Fennelly.
•Finding maternal histories
•Honouring Indigenous maternal histories
•Mothers’ rights are human rights: reflections on activism and history
•Vera Brittain, maternal work and the politics of leaning in
•Medicalization of motherhoood
•Mothers‘ messages about gender to their children
•Unwed mothers in medieval England
•Historicizing the evangelical maternal ethos and religious mother-work
•The Mothers Club of Cambridge, 1878-1904
•and many more!
Journal Volume #: 5.1
Page Count: 388
Publication Date: Spring/Summer 2014