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Confronting postmaternal thinking

Julie Stephens

Confronting postmaternal thinking

feminism, memory, and care

by Julie Stephens

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  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social aspects,
  • Feminist theory,
  • Political aspects,
  • Collective memory,
  • Motherhood

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJulie Stephens
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1190 .S754 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25053820M
    ISBN 109780231149204, 9780231149211, 9780231520560
    LC Control Number2011025624

    In Confronting Postmaternal Thinking: Feminism, Memory, Care () Stephens identifies a significant cultural anxiety about care-giving, nurturing and human dependency she calls ‘postmaternal’ thinking. Stephens argues that maternal forms of care have been rejected in the public sphere and marginalised to the private domain through an. Philosophy, Politics, Practice. Author: Andrea O'Reilly; Publisher: N.A ISBN: Category: Motherhood Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» "The aim of this volume, published to commemorate and celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the publication of Sara Ruddick's Maternal thinking, explores the impact and influence this book has had on maternal scholarship over the last .

    2 Boyer: Book Review of: Refiguring the Postmaternal Refiguring the Postmaternal: Feminist Responses to the Forgetting of Motherhood, edited by Maria Fannin and Maud Perrier and published by Routledge in , provides a critical engagement with Julie Stephens’ book Confronting Postmaternal Thinking: Feminism, Memory, Care (). It includes. Download PDF What S My Child Thinking book full free. What S My Child Thinking available for download and read online in other formats. Confronting Postmaternal Thinking. Julie Stephens — Social Julie Stephens examines why postmaternal thinking has become so influential in recent decades and why there has been a growing.

    Richard Gilman-Opalsky, Spectacular Capitalism: Guy Debord and the Practice of Radical Philosophy Julie Stephens, Confronting Postmaternal Thinking: Feminism, Memory and Care Routledge, Security Studies: New Titles and Key Backlist, After History: Alexandre Kojève as a Photographer, BAK, Utrecht, 20 May July The article engages with Julie Stephens () book, Confronting Postmaternal Thinking, which argues for a ‘regendered’ feminism to counter the current postmaternal and neoliberalist focus on paid work to the detriment of relationships of ns points to ecofeminism as illustrative of a potentially new form of maternalism which could achieve this.


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It offers a perceptive and revealing way of putting our current debates over mothering and feminism into perspective.

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Confronting Postmaternal Thinking shows the deeper sources of a new market-driven personal ethos reshaping motherhood via the lens of cultural memory. It offers a perceptive and revealing way of putting our current debates over mothering and feminism into perspectiveAnne Manne, author of Motherhood: How Should We Care for Our Children?Reviews: 1.

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Book Review by: Sonu Chandiram Julie Stephens defines maternalism broadly as “the application of values, usually associated with mothering to the society as a whole. According to this view, the principles of nurture, care, and protection are suffused with rich ethical and political meanings and offer an alternative conception of the social.”.

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Confronting Postmaternal Thinking: Feminism, Memory, and Care. Julie Stephens - - Columbia University Press. Inventing the "Postmaternal" Woman Idle, Unwanted, and Out of a Job. Similar Items. Confronting postmaternal thinking: feminism, memory, and care / by: Stephens, Julie, Published: () Philosophy and the maternal body: reading silence / by: Walker, Michelle Boulous, Published: () That pale mother rising: sentimental discourses and the imitation of motherhood in 19th-century America / by: Cherniavsky, Eva, Published: ().

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Confronting Postmaternal Thinking shows the deeper sources of a new market-driven personal ethos reshaping motherhood via the lens of cultural memory. It offers a perceptive and revealing way of putting our current debates over mothering and feminism into perspective.

-- Anne Manne, author of Motherhood: How Should We Care for Our Children?Stephens, Julie () Confronting Postmaternal Thinking: Feminism, Memory and Care. Columbia University Press, New York.

Full text for this resource is not available from the Research Repository.Confronting Postmaternal Thinking: Feminism, Memory, and Care Article in Australian Feminist Studies 28(76) June with 13 Reads How we measure 'reads'.