MoM welcomes Rithik Pramod to the our Internship program. Rithik is an anthropology student who will be creating an online exhibit of fertility goddesses of ancient India. He is currently pursuing Master’s degree in Archaeology and Ancient History from Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, where he completed his undergraduate degree as well.
Also, more VERY important news: MoM has launched MEMBERSHIPS: Finally! We are so pleased to announce this new addition to our museum initiative. Now we can better build together. Please consider signing up for a membership and find the best level for you while helping us grow, grow, grow. JOIN US NOW!
There’s been a lot of activity at MOM over the last several months. I thought it might be good to connect everyone and keep you all updated and also take this opportunity to introduce our newest team member, Emma Andrews. Welcoming her is a bonafide full circle experience as her mother was one of the first team members here at MOM almost 20 years ago.
April 5-6, 2019 FULL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Rewriting Trauma & Visibility: Motherwork, Pregnancy, and Birth Keynote presentations with Khiara M. Bridges and Roksana Badruddoja. See the schedule for more information. GENERAL INFORMATION The international MOM Conference is an annual event that features research, scholarship, and creative collaboration in the area of Mother Studies. Each year, theContinue reading “MOM Conference 2019 – April 5-6 – The Public is Invited”
Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) is a debilitating and potentially life-threatening pregnancy-related illness impacting two percent (underreported) of pregnant women globally. HG often begins by week six of pregnancy and includes malnutrition, rapid weight loss, dehydration, limited mobility and psychological trauma due to unrelenting nausea and vomiting with potentially adverse consequences for moms and babies. HG significantlyContinue reading “Raising Awareness of Hyperemesis Gravidarum [LINK]”