Indigenous Motherhood in the Academy (book)
Indigenous Motherhood in the Academy fills a longtime gap in higher education literature that has excluded Indigenous women scholar voices. The essays cover diverse topics such as acknowledging ancestors and grandparents in one’s mothering, how historical trauma and violence plague the past, how culture and place impact mothering, how academia impacts mothering, how mothering impacts scholarship, and how to negotiate loss and other complexities between motherhood and one’s role in the academy.
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- Robin Zape-tah-hol-ah Minthorn, Christine A. Nelson, & Heather J. Shotton
- Book Details:
- paperback, 2022, 290 pages