Online Classes in Mother Studies Have Started [CLICK]
Online classes have started.
The Museum of Motherhood is proud to launch online classes in Mother Studies [LINK]. Organized and taught by Martha Joy Rose, BFA, MA, who is a pioneer in the field, the first session will be offered as part of a seven week summer intensive called “Introduction to Mother Studies.”
Mother Studies is a field of interdisciplinary study devoted to the issues, experiences, topics, history, and culture of mothers, mothering, and motherhood.
This bold new experiment aims to increase understanding and expand dialogue within the academic, and para-academic realm of Mother Studies: also known as Motherhood Studies, Mothering Studies, and Maternal Studies.
We look forward to adding additional classes in the future. If you have a course ready to go, and want to bring it to the Museum of Motherhood community, please write us at MOMmuseum@gmail.com
Registration is open currently closed for the 7 week summer accelerated class: (Summer schedule is June 15 – July 27).
Registration for the fall semester begins July 15 here.
All coursework takes place online and can be completed according to your personal schedule.
- Learn about key issues facing mothers in the United States
- Gain knowledge about the history of American motherhood
- Understand theories of race, class, and gender
- Learn about motherhood and feminism
- Experience the art of motherhood
- Understand how American family policies compare to other countries’
- Empower your life through knowledge
- Understand your personal position relative to dominant ideologies
- Be part of an intellectual movement and supportive community
Who Should Take This Class: This course is appropriate for college students, professionals, and para-academics (laypeople) interested in expanding their knowledge base. Materials are presented from an interdisciplinary perspective, and are devoted to the issues, experiences, topics, history, and culture of mothers, mothering, and motherhood. This class can also serve as a launching point for those hoping to write about motherhood and whom may wish to submit to the Journal of Mother Studies (JourMS) for publishing credit.