Fiona Joy Green (she/her)is a cisgender, temporarily able-bodied, straight feminist mother who believes in the power of revolutionary feminist motherwork. She is a White immigrant and holds the position of Professor in the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Winnipeg. She’s interested in the agency of children and mothers, in gender identities, and in the ability of matroreform and feminist motherlines to contribute to feminist parenting, feminist theorizing and feminist praxis.
Dr. Green is the author of Practicing Feminist Mothering (Arbeiter Ring Publishing, 2011), and is the co-editor of Mothers, Mothering and COVID 19: Reflections from a Pandemic (Demeter Press, 2021) Essential Breakthroughs: Conversations About Men, Mothers, and Mothering (Demeter Press, 2015), Chasing Rainbows: Exploring Gender-Fluid Parenting Practices (Demeter Press, 2013), and Maternal Pedagogies: In and Outside the Classroom (Demeter Press, 2011).
Her current interests include exploring parenting and families in relation to the everchanging digital world. She and Dr. Jaquline McLeod Rogers are co-editors of the forthcoming collection Parents/Kids/Internet: Domesticating Technologies and co-authors of the website Family Blog Lines:Tal[k]ing Care.