Sociology Opens Our Eyes to New Ways of Seeing the World!

This summer, extreme weather rocks America and pundits debate while August arrives all too quickly. Since July 1st, accounting majors, economics majors, and students of literature have been increasing their knowledge and vocabulary about important issues that affect us all by studying sociology. These students are hard at work exploring theoretical assertions about race, class,Continue reading “Sociology Opens Our Eyes to New Ways of Seeing the World!”

Congratulations Ruth Lubic and Kimm Sun – MHOF Recipients 2016 [CLICK]

  This year the Motherhood Hall of Fame honors everyday she-roes. CONGRATULATIONS Ruth Lubic and Kimm Sun Event to be held May 5th 7:30-9 at Teachers College, NYC. DRINKS AT 7PM. Please RSVP at Motherhood Hall of Fame. WHEN: May 5th (Thursday) WHAT TIME: 7:30-9PM WHERE: Teachers College Columbia University – 525 West 120th Street Milbank Chapel,Continue reading “Congratulations Ruth Lubic and Kimm Sun – MHOF Recipients 2016 [CLICK]”

Reflections on Introduction to Mother Studies Course – by Zairunisha Jnu

About a month ago, I posted my reflections on the summer intensive course taught through the Museum of Motherhood. I invited my comrade, Zairunisha Jnu, to do the same and offer her impressions from Introduction to Mother Studies.  Zairunisha is a PhD. candidate in the Centre for Philosophy, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University,Continue reading “Reflections on Introduction to Mother Studies Course – by Zairunisha Jnu”

On My Experience of Motherhood Studies

You may have seen some of my blog posts over the last several weeks that came from the response papers I wrote for the Introduction to Mother Studies course offered through the museum. With a capstone paper using research on current topics related to reproductive technology, the class culminated three weeks ago last Sunday afternoon.Continue reading “On My Experience of Motherhood Studies”

ICYMI: Mother’s Day Week in Review

After our two-week long Mother’s Day blitz, we at the Museum of Motherhood are feeling a range of emotions: engaged, curious, tired, brave, inquisitive, grateful, overworked, eager, empowered, loved, etc. (all of which resonate with the self-described experience of motherhood!). Our annual conference, and subsequent week of special readings/appearances at the Upper West Side BarnesContinue reading “ICYMI: Mother’s Day Week in Review”

Guerrilla Radio meets Motherhood?

Where: Online at CUNYcast.net When: April 30 – May 2, 2015 Why: The digital humanities aim to make visible work in the humanities through mediums and tools that empower communities with information. As part of the DH Praxis class pioneered by Mathew Gold and Stephen Brier at CUNY, The Graduate Center, students look to createContinue reading “Guerrilla Radio meets Motherhood?”