The Prospect Interview #136: Working motherhood, with Emma Lundin
Why it's time for an equality revolution in parenting
Feminism may be becoming increasingly mainstream, but it’s undeniable that women continue to do the lion’s share of housework and child-rearing at home. Historian Emma Lundin joins the Prospect Interview to talk about modern motherhood, and reflects on the obstacles preventing gender equality, now enshrined in law in theory, from becoming the norm in reality.
You can read Emma’s essay on working motherhood here.
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