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Through Mama’s Eyes: Unique Perspectives in Southern Matriarchy is a collection of interdisciplinary essays that explore the concept of motherhood in the South and its effect on American society. Each essay is an invitation to engage in deeper conversations about southern matriarchy and its perceptions as a whole. Get to know a little about the brains behind this book, Cheylon Woods and Kiwana McClung...

Read their author interview with UL Press.

Cheylon Woods (right), Head of the Ernest J. Gaines Center at the library, and Kiwana McClung, UL Lafayette School of Architecture and Design & Interim Chief Diversity Officer, are the authors of Through Mama’s Eyes: Unique Perspectives in Southern Matriarchy.

Photo Caption: Cheylon Woods (right), Head of the Ernest J. Gaines Center at the library, and Kiwana McClung, UL Lafayette School of Architecture and Design & Interim Chief Diversity Officer, are the authors of Through Mama’s Eyes: Unique Perspectives in Southern Matriarchy.

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