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  Volume 37, Numbers 3 & 4, Fall/Winter 2009

Table of Contents

Editors' Note: New Mother

pp. 9-12
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Introduction

pp. 13-21
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Part I - Writing Motherhood

Mother Delivers Experiment: Poetry of Motherhood: Plath, Derricotte, Zucker, and Holbrook

pp. 25-41
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Mothers in the Field: How Motherhood Shapes Fieldwork and Researcher-Subject Relations

pp. 42-57
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This Bell Like a Bee Striking

pp. 58-59
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Cradle and All

p. 60
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Part II - Bodies, Mothering, and Birth

The Work of Breastfeeding

pp. 63-80
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Annie Leibovitz's Queer Consumption of Motherhood

pp. 81-95
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Girl on a Scale

pp. 96-97
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Expecting

p. 98
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Child at Five Days Old

p. 99
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Should I Be Fluid All My Life?

p. 100
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Part III - Multiple Motherhoods

Interconnecting Work and Family: Race and Class Differences in Women's Work Status and Attitudes

pp. 103-120
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Mothering Across Borders: Narratives of Imigrant Mothers in the United States

pp. 121-139
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Constructing Breadwinning-Mother Identities: Moral, Personal, and Political Positioning

pp. 140-156
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Women's Voluntary Childlessness: A Radical Rejection of Motherhood?

pp. 157-172
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A Woman Like Me

pp. 173-175
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Little Bottle Producing Nothing

pp. 176-179
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Barren

p. 180
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Mother, Windblown (A Suite)

pp. 181-185
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Part IV - The Politics of Mothering

Mary Wollstonecraft and the Motherhood of Feminism

pp. 189-205
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Mobilizing Motherhood: Race, Class, and the Uses of Maternalism in the Welfare Rights Movement

pp. 206-222
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Taking Custody of Motherhood: Fathers' Rights Activists and the Politics of Parenting

pp. 223-240
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A Parallel Universe

pp. 241-255
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Part V - Pedagogies

Mothers, Daughters, Mrs. Ramsay: Reflections

pp. 259-274
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Connecting Motherhood to Work: Teaching Resources and Strategies

pp. 275-289
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Syllabus

p. 290
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Inmost

pp. 291-292
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Part VI - Classics Revisited: Sara Ruddick's Maternal Thinking: Toward A Politics of Peacce

"I envision a future in which maternal thinkers are respected and self-respecting": The Legacy of Sara Ruddick's Maternal Thinking

pp. 295-298
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Personalizing for the Political: Maternal Thinking

pp. 299-301
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Reflections on Sara Ruddick's Maternal Thinking

pp. 302-304
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On Maternal Thinking

pp. 305-308
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Part VII - Book Review Essays

Women with PhDs Speak Out About Motherhood

pp. 311-316
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Mothers "Opting Out": Facts and Fiction

pp. 317-322
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Mothering Alone: Rethinking Single Motherhood in America

pp. 323-328
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Mothers, Politics, and Public Policy

pp. 329-333
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Research Areas

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