Annual Conferences

Each year since 2005, the Museum of Motherhood has worked in collaboration with local universities to plan, create, and produce The Annual Arts and Academic MoM Conference, supporting academic excellence and creative collaboration in the area of Mother Studies. Organizers work with academics, students, and performance artists to create experiences that are both educational in nature, and supportive of womyn in the arts. The International Museum Of Motherhood (MoM) is a living, breathing, community-centered arts, media and social change space focused on amplifying the voices and experiences of m/others as well as those exploring reproductive identities. By connecting interdisciplinary research, creativity, and promotions in the field of Mother Studies we pioneer new areas of academe, and manage a safe and inclusive space (online and in person) so that those invested in these areas of investigation will have the opportunity for personal expression in a collaborative community environment. The conference is open to all. Conference presenters (including students) are invited to submit to the Journal of Mother Studies (JourMS) a hybrid digital humanities project.

Annual Academic MoM Conference 2023 CFP


Past Events – Museum of Motherhood & JourMS 2022

The Conference is now posted LIVE and ready to launch in our New Community Page under ‘Events

St. Petersburg, Florida (In-Person & Via Zoom)

ZOOM ETIQUETTE AND HOW TO : ATTACHMENT LINK HERE

Read More Here

 Topic: Creativity for a Cause in Theory & Practice (CFP Downloadable PDF)

Annual Academic Conference Organizing Committee:

For questions e-mail queries to the anyone on the conference organizing committee:

Joy Rose – Founding Director, Museum of Motherhood, New York, NY, US [MOMmuseum@gmail.com]

Roksana Badruddoja – Associate Professor, Sociology and Women and Gender Studies, Manhattan College, Bronx, NY, US.

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Michelle Hughes Miller – Associate Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, US

Laura Tropp – Associate Professor and Chair, Communication Arts, Marymount Manhattan College, New York, NY, US.

Aurelie Athan – Ph.D. is a full-time lecturer and MA Program Coordinator in Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University [Athan@exchange.tc.columbia.edu]

In addition to submissions for the annual conference, we welcome a wide range of research, articles, art, and books for review at the Journal of Mother Studies (JourMS). Please consider sharing your work for publication at JourMS online. For your submission, we will ask you some questions:

Your Name

Email

Abstract

Complete Submission

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PAST CONFERENCES:

SEWSA Conference 2020 (COVID canceled)

MOM Conference 2019 Program

I <3 MOM Conference 2018 Program

I <3 MOM Conference 2017 Program

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I <3 MOM Conference 2016 Schedule 

NYC – MOM Conference 2015 Program

NYC – MOM Conference Program 2014

NYC – MOM Conference Program 2013

NYC – MOM Conference Press Release 2012

NYC – MOM Conference CFP 2011

MOM Conferences since 2005

THANKS TO ALL OUR PAST ACADEMIC COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Gina Wong – Registered Psychologist, Associate Professor, Faculty of Health Disciplines at Athabasca University, CA [ginaw@athabascau.ca]

Lynda Ross – Associate Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies, Chair, Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies, Athabasca University, CA  [lyndar@athabascau.ca}

Joy Baum – Adjunct Faculty; Arts In Education Teacher Training at Queens College, CUNY, NY [nahvah@gmail.com]

Lynn Kuechle – Coordinator, Taylor Nursing Institute for Family and Society, Minnesota State University, Mankato, Minnesota, US [momscholar@gmail.com]

Amber Blair – Part-time Faculty, Sociology & Anthropology, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA, US [ablair@georgiasouthern.edu]

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