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Title The migrant maternal : "birthing" new lives abroad / edited by Anna Kuroczycka Schultes and Helen Vallianatos.
Imprint BRADFORD : DEMETER Press, 2016.

Subject Motherhood -- Social aspects.
Mothers -- Social conditions.
Women refugees -- Social conditions.
Women immigrants -- Social conditions.
Mother and child.
Description 1 online resource
Contents Cover; Copyright; Title Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; I. Mothering in a Foreign Land I; 1. Reproducing Punjabiyat; 2. From Mama Africa to Papatūānuku:; 3. Mother Tongue as the Language of Mothering and Homing Practice in Betty Quan's Mother Tongue and Hiromi Goto's Chorus of Mushrooms; 4. Perinatal Care for Immigrants in the Netherlands; 5. Motherhood and Unemployment; 6. Mothering at the Margins of Health; 7. Changing Places, Changing Bodies; I. Mothering in a Foreign Land II
8. An Immigrant Mother's "Revolt against Silence" in Edwidge Danticat's Brother, I'm Dying9. Isolation and Negotiation; 10. Foreign Mothers, Native Children; 11. Mothering Duties Come First; 12. The Extraordinariness of Ordinary Immigrant Mothers in Jhumpa Lahiri's Writings; 13. Attaining a Balance between Showing Sensitivity to Local Norms and Upholding the Values of the Country of Origin; 14. Intercultural Upbringing; Conclusion; About the Contributors
Summary This edited volume explores how and why immigrant/refugee mothers' experiences differ due to the challenges posed by the migration process, but also what commonalities underline immigrant/refugee mothers' lived experiences. This book will add to the field of women's studies the much-needed discussion of how immigrant and refugee mothers' lives are dependent on cultural, environmental and socio-economic circumstances. The collection offers multiple perspectives on migrant mothering by including ethnographic and theoretical submissions along with mothers' personal narratives and literary analyse.
ISBN 1772580953 (electronic bk.)
9781772580952 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 994039651


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