Pamela Feldman-Savelsberg publishes article on the mothering practices of displaced women

Pamela Feldman-Savelsberg is Broom professor of social demography and anthropology at Carleton and co-director of Africana Studies.

15 August 2022 Posted In:

Pamela Feldman-Savelsberg, Broom professor of social demography and anthropology and co-director of Africana Studies, recently published “Afterword to Mothering Practices in Times of Legal Precarity” in a special issue of the journal, Ethnic and Racial Studies. Her eight-page article relates findings about how displaced women adapt their mothering practices to the uncertain legal situations in which they live to key terms and issues like agency, structure, time orientations, gendered racialization and belonging.

Read the full paper.