This page will collect our informal reviews of articles and books.

Here they are:

Rebecca Kukla “Measuring Mothering” The International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, Vol. 1, No 1, 2008, pp. 68-90.

Faircloth, Charlotte, 2010, ‘If they want to risk the health and well-being of their child, that’s up to them’: long-term breastfeeding, risk and maternal identity, Health, Risk & Society, 12, 4, 357-367

Tohe, Laura “No Word for Feminism in my Language” Wicazo Sa Review, V. 15,  N0 2, pp 103-110, 2000.  

Boyer, Kate and Boswell-Penc-, Maia, 2010, Breast pumps. A feminist technology, or (yet) “More Work for Mother”? In Layne, Linda, Vostral, Sharra and Boyer, Kate (eds.) Feminist Technology, University of Ilinois Press, 119-135. (Women, Gender, and Technology)

Marotta, Martha: “MotherSpace: Disciplining through the Material and Discursive”,  in Hardy, Sarah and Wiedmer, Caroline (eds) Motherhood and the Space, Palgrave, New York, 2005, pp. 15-33.

– Fisher, Virginia: Women in research at the University of Wolverhampton: an institutional case study. Unpublished, March 2010

Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman, 2009, Nurtureshock, Chatham: Ebury Press

Featherstone, Brid, “Taking mothers seriously: The implications for child protection”, Child and Family Social Work, Vol. 4, 1999, p. 43-53.

Robyn Longhurst, 2009, You Tube: a new space for birth?, Feminist review, 93, 46-64.

Barres, Ben A. “Does gender matter?” Nature, Vol. 442, 13 July 2002, pp. 133-136.

Mackenzie, Vicky: Cave in the Snow, Bloomsbury, London, 1999.

Orenstein, Peggy, 2011, Cinderella ate my daughter. Dispatches from the front lines of the new girlie-girl culture, New York:  HarperCollins Publishers

– Wells, Celia: “Women Law Professors: Negotiating and Transcending Gender Identities at Work” Feminist Legal Studies, Vol. 10, 2002, pp. 1-38

Taylor, Steven T. “Kids Do Say the Darndest Things”  Law
Practice Management, No 27, 2001, pp. 32-38

Keenan, Julia and Stapleton, Helen, 2010,  Bonny babies? Motherhood and nurturing in the age of obesity, Health, Risk and Society, Vol. 12, No. 4, 369-383


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