Leading The Way
Making Doctoral Student Motherhood/Mothering Visible: Practical Approaches for Overcoming Obstacles in Academia
By: Anna CohenMiller, PhD Candidate (ABD)
Presentation: Making Doctoral Student Motherhood/Mothering Visible
Anna CohenMiller is an emerging scholar in qualitative research (e.g., phenomenology, grounded theory, visual methods, arts-based research) with a focus on gender in academia. She is the Managing Editor for Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy and is finishing a doctoral degree in Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching (cognate in Adult Learning in Teaching) at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She writes about motherhood in academia, adult education, and sociocultural representations in popular culture. Selected publications include “Developing globalized teacher education curriculum through interdisciplinarity” (CohenMiller, A., Dentith, A., Jackson, G, & Root, D., 2011) and the recent “Motherhood in academia: A grounded theory pilot study of online texts” (2013).
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