WOMAN AND EARTH-CENTERED MYTHOLOGIES; TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND SACRED KINSHIP BETWEEN WOMEN, PLANTS AND ANIMALS
Joan Marler moderates this important panel for our upcoming conference in March. Scholars bring the perspective of archaeomythology, which combines archaeological and folklore evidence with information about sacred stories and images.
- Joan Cichon, “Celebrating Goddess, Women, Plants and Animals: Bronze Age Cretan Iconography as seen through an Archaeomythological Perspective“
- Mara Lynn Keller, “Divine Mistress of Animals in Ancient Greece”
- Susan Moulton, “Unbridling the Past: Reconsidering Animal Imagery in Paleolithic Cave Paintings”
- Elisabeth Sikie, “The Personhood of Nature and an Indigenous Consciousness of Communion Stories of Bees and Glaciers”
- Moderator: Joan Marler