Kandee Kosior is a feminist mother with special research interests in women and the law, moral regulation, women’s human rights and motherhood. She has a BFA from the University of Regina, a BA in Criminology from University of Toronto and is a graduate of the International Women’s Human Rights Institute, OISE, University of Toronto. She is a longstanding member of ARM and MIRCI where she guest edited JARM’s Mothers and Daughters, 2008 and MIRCI’s Mothering Violence, Militarism, War and Social Justice in 2010. She is a co-editor of a Demeter press book titled Feminist Parenting. She is an active member of the editorial board for the Journal of Mother Studies.
Rosalind Howell is a Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist with the Association of Dance Movement Psychotherapy UK (ADMPUK) with a particular interest in Maternal Subjectivity and Perinatal Mental Health. Her recent publications include: Writing Maternal Ambivalence (and how we love to hate it). MaMSIE.org/blog 2016 A Chorus, a Gaggle, or a Consternation of Mothers. Mommuseum.org 2015 The Loneliness of Parenting Decisions. Juno Parenting Magazine 2014 Love and Hate in Childbirth. MaMSIE.org/blog 2015.