Perspectives on pregnancy and motherhood in literature, art, philosophy, and medicine: discussion reflection
On November 26th our colleagues from UppsalaUniversity had a discussion “Perspectives on pregnancy and motherhood”. Researchers Jonna Bornemark (Philosophy), Ylva Hillström (Art History), and the poet Helena Granström joined in for a conversation on the topic.
Pirmoji MotherNet tinklalaidė
Kviečiame klausytis pirmosios tinklalaidės motinystės tyrimų tema.
New article by Sigrid Schottenius Cullhed
Check out the new article by the MotherNet member Sigrid Schottenius Cullhed (it’s open access too!)
Presentation on Experiences of Bilingual Mothers
Our project colleagues Inga Hilbig and Vitalija Kazlauskienė had a poster presentation in “Bilingualism Matters” Research Symposium.
New MotherNet Newsletter
Find out more about MotherNet activities and news on our Newsletters
Sigrid Schottenius Cullhed has been elected to the Young Academy of Sweden
MotherNet member Sigrid Schottenius Cullhed has been elected to the Young Academy of Sweden among eight top researchers from different disciplines. Congratulations!
Researching Motherhood: Sneak Peek at Horizon-2020 MotherNet Activities
Let’s have a little sneak peek behind the scenes of the Horizon 2020 networking project MotherNet. What sort of activities do participants engage in? What benefits do they bring? What are their uses?
Navigating Motherhood during Coronavirus
The encounters with motherhood that have come to the fore during the current global pandemic stand in stark contrast to the idealizing and prescriptive maternal narratives promulgated by twenty-first culture with which we are more familiar.
New article by Julie Rodgers
Check out the new article by the MotherNet member Julie Rodgers on Leïla Slimani’s Chancon Douce (Lullaby).
Lectures in motherhood and fatherhood begin
Today is the first lecture of Contemporary Motherhood/Fatherhood Module for Vilnius University students. YES, this initiative emerged as a result of the MotherNet project and NO, we won’t be teaching students about being good parents :-).