Mothering and Migration: (Trans)nationalisms, Globilization and Displacement
by O'Reilly, Andrea
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Bradford, Ontario, Canada: Journal of the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement, 2011. This is an issue of the Journal of Motherhood Initiative and Community Involvement (Fall/Winter 2011; Volume 2, Number 2) devoted to mothering and migration; includes 18 articles, mostly by Canadian and American academics, as well as poetry and book reviews (purple pictorial cover with slight edgewear; otherwise a bright, clean, tight copy). Trade Paperback. Very Good.
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