Mothering from the Fringes: Shakira Hussein, Anastasia Kanjere and Miriam Sved

Audio from FWF16: Mothering from the Fringes.

Feminists from Simone de Beauvoir and Adrienne Rich, to Anne Enright and Rachel Cusk, have critiqued patriarchal concepts of motherhood. This panel discusses the ways feminist writers are challenging the racist, heteronormative, and ableist concepts that shape our images of motherhood.

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