There is always plenty to do around this house! At MoM, we continue to be actively reviewing multiple infrastructure definitions, fundraising initiatives, and plans for growth. In the meantime, creating compelling content and opportunities to connect virtually and in-person are essential. JOIN us (Wed) JUNE 22 6:30-8PM EST for a community talk and discussion on Zoom at our NEW COMMUNITY Online. We invite you to pre-register for this FREE workshop. RSVP on the community site with Dr. Roksana Badruddoja, and more about Memberships, Ally Letters, and Healing through the Generations.
9th Annual MOM Conference – Museum of Motherhood Call for Papers – “New Maternalisms”: Tales of Motherwork (Dislodging the Unthinkable) – CFP Deadline Extended to January 15th – April 30th, May 1st-2nd, NYC 2015 The purpose of this conference focuses on “new maternalisms” and explores “motherwork” and the invisible labor of caregiving in our everyday lived experiences. HowContinue reading “THANK YOU for You Submissions! MOM Conference 2015”
On October 8th, Martha Joy Rose, Roksana Badaruddoja, and Laura Tropp discussed media, politics and representations of pregnancy, motherhood, and families in popular culture at Manhattan College. A curated exhibit is on display in the O’Malley Library, designed and executed by Ms. Rose. Two weeks ago she submitted a proposal for an “Individualized Studies” program where she is currently enrolledContinue reading “Mother Studies in the Academy & in the Press”
Hi everyone! My name is Rozita Alaluf, I’m the new graduate student intern for Museum of Motherhood! Currently, I am a first year MA student in Clinical Psychology at Columbia University. Born and raised in Turkey, I received my BCom degree with majors in psychology and international management at McGill University. I am also a certified yoga teacherContinue reading “Meet Our New Blogging Intern Rozita [CLICK]”