Salon 68
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1w ago
ASWM Scholar Salon with Dr. Joan Cichon ..read more
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Salon 67
The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology | ASWM Blog
by WomenandMyth
1w ago
ASWM Scholar Salon with Dr. Joan Cichon She argues that Bronze Age Crete was a Goddess-centered, woman-centered, matriarchal society, based on the latest archaeological findings and the emergent fields of archaeomythology and modern matriarchal studies ..read more
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Announcing Scholar Salon 68: Register for March 21
The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology | ASWM Blog
by WomenandMyth
1M ago
ASWM Scholar Salon with Dr. Joan Cichon ..read more
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Scholar Salon 66
The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology | ASWM Blog
by WomenandMyth
1M ago
ASWM Scholar Salon with Dr, Mary Condren explores her relationship to Faughart, County Louth, one of the oldest ritual sites in Ireland, where shadowy figures, such as Flídais, Bláthnait, Monenna, and the Cailleach persist to this day.  ..read more
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Scholar Salon 65
The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology | ASWM Blog
by WomenandMyth
1M ago
ASWM Scholar Salon with Dr. Solange Ashby. This presentation explores the powerful religious and economic role of the God’s Wife of Amun (GWA), the highest-ranking religious leader of the preeminent temple of Amun at Karnak. Shepenwepet II represents the trifecta of a woman's power – ritual, political, and economic ..read more
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Announcing Scholar Salon 67: Register for March 7
The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology | ASWM Blog
by WomenandMyth
1M ago
ASWM Scholar Salon with Dr. Joan Cichon She argues that Bronze Age Crete was a Goddess-centered, woman-centered, matriarchal society, based on the latest archaeological findings and the emergent fields of archaeomythology and modern matriarchal studies ..read more
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Announcing Scholar Salon 66: Register for February 22
The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology | ASWM Blog
by WomenandMyth
2M ago
ASWM Scholar Salon with Dr, Mary Condren explores her relationship to Faughart, County Louth, one of the oldest ritual sites in Ireland, where shadowy figures, such as Flídais, Bláthnait, Monenna, and the Cailleach persist to this day.  ..read more
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Scholar Salon 63
The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology | ASWM Blog
by WomenandMyth
2M ago
ASWM Scholar Salon with Dr Heide Goettner-Abendroth about her new book which covers recent archaeological finds and scholarship to present a picture of the earliest cultural epochs, which were decisively formed by the inventions of women, by motherhood and maternal values ..read more
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Announcing Scholar Salon 65: Register for February 8
The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology | ASWM Blog
by WomenandMyth
2M ago
ASWM Scholar Salon with Dr. Solange Ashby. This presentation explores the powerful religious and economic role of the God’s Wife of Amun (GWA), the highest-ranking religious leader of the preeminent temple of Amun at Karnak. Shepenwepet II represents the trifecta of a woman's power – ritual, political, and economic ..read more
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Announcing Scholar Salon 64: Register for January 25
The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology | ASWM Blog
by WomenandMyth
3M ago
ASWM Scholar Salon with Vanessa Johnson: "Telling the stories and legends of African Goddesses rejects patriarchy as the central power of spirituality and shifts traditional male bound forms of spiritual discourse ..read more
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