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Kimberly Lamm

of the body – and makes ‘maternal femininity’ a discursive positioning in language, a composite of other people’s words. This de-essentialisation could make it possible to represent motherhood as more than the core of women’s identities. Motherhood could become a discursive position within labour hierarchies that could be seen across the lines of racial and class difference. This possibility is something Mulvey’s work in feminist film theory and feminist experimental cinema, the subject of Chapter 6, also suggests. Mulvey’s focus on the collaborative dimensions of

in Addressing the other woman