In Her Own Voice:
Childbirth Stories from Mennonite Women
Over a two-year period, Katherine Martens interviewed twenty-six women from three generations about their experiences of motherhood and giving birth. While all had some connection to the Mennonite community, their stories reflect their diverse backgrounds - weaving through the narratives of life stories that include escaping the Russian Revolution, running farms, and working at such diverse occupations as sales clerks, nurses, professors, teachers, and poets.
|Publisher||University of Manitoba Press|
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