Writing Against the Grain: M(othering) and Violence on Sacred Ground

Authors

  • Adwoa Ntozake Onuora University of The West Indies

Abstract

Ce texte examine la violence institutionnelle et systémique au moyen d’une analyse de la catégorie « mères académiques», elle définit la violence qui se situe dans la marginalisation et l’exclusion comme des micro-agressions genrées et elle y voit un lien entre la violence systémique et celle envers les femmes.

Author Biography

Adwoa Ntozake Onuora, University of The West Indies

Adwoa Ntozake Onuora is a Lecturer at the University of The West Indies, Mona Campus, where she teaches courses on subjects related to masculinity and femininity, sexism, racism, classism, ableism, and homophobia. She has rich experience in research, advocacy, and community development, and is deeply committed to the principles of anti-racism, anti-discrimination, and anti-oppression.

How to Cite

Onuora, A. N. (2018). Writing Against the Grain: M(othering) and Violence on Sacred Ground. Canadian Woman Studies, 32(1-2). Retrieved from https://cws.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/cws/article/view/37693