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September 15th, 2014

[cross-posted from the Literary Mama blog]
I am writing to announce that it is time for me to leave Literary Mama. Both my family life (caring both for my children and elderly parents) and work life (directing the Sustainable Arts Foundation with my husband) have grown much fuller these days and I no longer have the [...]

Call for Essays: Tao of Parenthood — Extended Deadline!

April 15th, 2012

There is no essential “Tao” or “way” of parenthood. This literary anthology of personal essays by and about writers of Asian ancestry will try to capture the multitude of perspectives on the impact of Asian culture, heritage, and identity on your experience as a child, on raising children, or on deciding whether to have children.
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Call for Essays

February 1st, 2012

Tao of Parenthood: An Anthology of Essays
Description of Anthology:
There is no essential “Tao” or “way” of parenthood. This literary anthology of personal essays by and about writers of Asian ancestry will try to capture the multitude of perspectives on the impact of Asian culture, heritage, and identity on your experience as a child, on raising [...]

Make Your Opinion Known!

August 4th, 2010

Participate in this University of Memphis survey on advertising
From Christine Kowalczyk, Doctoral Candidate, University of Memphis:
Today’s children are growing up in a society where they are exposed to televisions, video games and computers at younger ages. As parent of a 3 year old and a 1 year old, I am concerned about marketing and [...]

Celebrate World Read Aloud Day!

February 25th, 2010

People write to me at Literary Mama fairly regularly, asking me to help them promote this or that event, and most of the time the events don’t have much to do with the mission of Literary Mama. But when I heard from the folks at LitWorld about World Read Aloud Day, it was easy to [...]

Call for Proposals: Exploring More Signature Pedagogies

February 1st, 2010

This just in from Mama, PhD contributor Aeron Haynie:
“We are seeking proposals for chapters in follow-up to Exploring Signature Pedagogies: Approaches to Teaching Disciplinary Habits of Mind (Stylus, 2009), under contract with Stylus Publishing. Each chapter should briefly introduce a discipline, provide a brief literature review of the scholarship of teaching and learning (or the [...]

Mama, PhD at the University of Rochester

October 6th, 2009

Join Mama, PhD coeditor Elrena Evans in conversation with author Judith Warner and filmmaker Pamela Tanner Boll at the University of Rochester this Friday, October 9th.
The 2009 Stanton/Anthony Conversations: Mothers as Leaders: Contradictions & Challenges
Time: 1:15 PM – 2:30 PM
Location: Interfaith Chapel
Room: Sanctuary
Cost: FREE

Judith Warner is the author of several [...]

Who Does She Think She Is? DVD discount!

October 2nd, 2009

Who Does She Think She Is?, the terrific documentary about women trying to combine motherhood and artistic work, is coming out on DVD! I wrote about the film last year in my Mama at the Movies column. Here’s an excerpt:
I hadn’t really thought about the constraints of space and materials that visual artists work with [...]

Call for Papers: PERINATAL A Symposium on Birth Practices and Reproductive Rights

June 23rd, 2009

CALL FOR PAPERS
Submission Deadline: July 13, 2009
PERINATAL
A Symposium on Birth Practices and Reproductive Rights
Wednesday 7th October 2009 (tentative) at
George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia
Forty years ago, the feminist movement advocated for reproductive rights.  Over the years,
childbirth was dropped from the agenda.  Why? What has this meant for women?  How are
women organizing for change?
We welcome submissions from [...]

DadsDudesDoingIt: A Father’s Day Conversation

June 16th, 2009

Girl w/Pen and her cohorts ask, “When are men giong to care about work/family balance? And what is the role of men in the feminist movement anyway?” Join panelists Deborah Siegel, Courtney Martin, Gloria Feldt, and Kristal Brent Zook in a Father’s Day conversation at the Brooklyn Museum, this Saturday, June 20 at 2 PM.
For [...]

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