This week-end I made a presentation about Matricultures and Climate Change Porosity at the CGCER conference in Edmonton. I am grateful for many inquiries and for support.
I greet you, Susan Diane. Thank you so much for your encouraging words. I would like to hear more about your work on matricultures. I credit Tina Passman (1993) for coining the word and I usually use it in plural form to signify that there are many and diverse mother-centred cultures. Here is a link to some theoretical work on matriculltures buried deep inside my website: http://terramandala.ca/about/theory/4matriculture/. I view Heidi Goettner-Abendroth as the leading theorist and am so grateful for her lifework. The web-chapter on matricultures (http://terramandala.ca/ch5-matricultures/) is a work in progress and the subject of my PhD studies at University of Alberta, where I focus on indigenous matricultures in Canada. If you would like to exchange academic papers, please email me at wolfston(at)ualberta.ca. Enjoy today. Irene
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