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100 1  Craddock, Karen T.,|d1965-|eeditor. 
245 10 Black Motherhood(s) :|bcontours, contexts and 
       considerations /|ceditor, Karen T. Craddock. 
264  1 Toronto :|bDemeter Press,|c2015. 
300    1 online resource. 
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504    Includes bibliographical references 
505 00 |gNarrating black motherhoods: telling black mothers' 
       lives --|t"Mother's voice" -- having her say: storytelling
       in articulating black women's diaspora identity /|rHelen 
       Crump --|tPushing back with our souls intact: young black 
       mother's resistance to marginalization /|rKaren T. 
       Craddock --|gMotherland mothers: experiencing African 
       motherhood home and abroad --|tTransnational mothering: 
       the meaning of African immigran women's lives /|rFlorence 
       Kyomugisha --|tMotherhood and empowerment in West Africa: 
       the case of Buchi Emecheta /|rDelphine Fongang --|gMusing 
       black mothers: reflecting black mothers in poetics and 
       literature --|tEverybody's mama now: Gloria Naylor's Mama 
       Day as discourse on the black mother's identity /
       |rRashelle Smith-Spears --|tRe-envisioning black 
       motherhood: the performance poetics of Gwendolyn Brooks 
       and Lucille Clifton /|rCeleste Doaks --|tMothering, 
       mothers and the historic representations of black 
       motherhood in fiction: Barbara Chase-Riboud's Sally 
       Hemings /|rLisa Elwood --|gBody and soul: interpreting 
       black motherhood in reproduction and religion --|tBirthing
       black motherhood: a short history of how race shapes 
       childbirth as a rite of passage /|rTyralynn Frazier --
       |tBlack motherhood as a metaphor of Christanity in 
       missionary photography /|rEmilie Gangnat --|gWhat we say, 
       how we do -- interactions between black mothers and 
       daughters --|tBlack mothers' messages of pride to their 
       adolescent daughters /|rTracy Nichols and Regina McCoy --
       |tGetting the parts straight: the psychology of hair 
       combing interaction between African-American mothers and 
       daughters /|rMarva L. Lewis --|tClosing thoughts, 
       mothering the girls we were then: prose and promises /
       |rKaren T. Craddock with Tracy Robinson-Wood. 
520    This book considers Black Motherhood through multiple and 
       global lenses to engage the reader in an expanded 
       reflection and to prompt further discourse on the 
       intersection of race and gender within the construct of 
       motherhood among Black women. With an aim to extend 
       traditional treatments of Black motherhood that are often 
       centered on a subordinated and struggling perspective, 
       these essays address some of the hegemonic reality while 
       also exploring nuance in experiences, less explored areas 
       of subjugation, as well as pathways of resistance and 
       resilience in spite of it. Largely focusing within domains
       such as narrative, identity, spirituality and sexuality, 
       the book deftly explores black motherhood by incorporating
       varied arenas for discussion including: literary analysis,
       expressive arts, historical fiction, the African Diaspora,
       reproductive health, religion and social ecology. 
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650  0 Motherhood. 
650  0 Women, Black. 
650  0 African American mothers. 
650  0 Mothers and daughters|xPsychology. 
650  0 African American mothers in literature. 
655  0 Electronic books. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
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