Please join me at Manhattan College for the first of the season’s Brown Bag Lunches. I’ll be giving a talk at noon, Wed. Sept. 23rd, and presenting the chapter “Breastfeeding in the Public Arena: The Deployment of Mixed and Contradictory Messages” in dialogue with attendees. This chapter is part of a forthcoming book titled New Maternalisms (Demeter Press), edited by Roksana Badruddoja and Maki Motapanyane. Let’s talk about breastfeeding in the public arena. What’s really going on and why are some women more visible than others? The presentation is open to the public. I look forward to seeing you there!
You Are Invited To An Open Forum
Posted on September 9, 2015
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