‘Women Sometimes Go to These Places’

  • Sarah CrinallEmail author
Part of the Children: Global Posthumanist Perspectives and Materialist Theories book series (CGPPMT)


I encounter my (m)other as in m(aternal) other(-nature) during this conversation with my mum. Her words: ooze out of her and squelch around, out from my mother over me, and her mother. Outward over the places that have nurtured us, Gippsland, Somers: both part of my upbringing, both also mother.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Western Sydney UniversityPenrithAustralia

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