Today, a message from Maya Angelou featuring her poem titled Human Family. This is also a reminder, the Museum of Motherhood is devoted to elucidating the science, art, and history of mothers. We are invested in telling stories from, for, and about, the multicultural family.
A few years ago, my sister forwarded me a link to an op-ed in the New York Times written by a guest columnist who we both counted as one of our favorite academics to read when we were in college. Stephanie Coontz, a foremost expert on the contemporary American family as a professor of historyContinue reading “Reading Research on the Family”
I suppose that people establish holiday traditions based on the customs they have grown up with in their families that soon become intermingled with their partner’s when they start a family together. I can’t say for certain whether it was my mother or father’s side that started this tradition, but in my family growing up,Continue reading “Reflections on My Mother at Christmastime”
Hello, everyone! Each week, I am going to highlight a family that has shared their experiences with me. Some women will talk about their experience becoming mothers, their families, or what being a mother means to them. I am actively searching for fathers to share their experiences as well! (If you, or anyone you know,Continue reading “Lindsey’s Family!”