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A Special Celebration with Jean Shinoda Bolen

This year is the 30th anniversary of the groundbreaking book, Goddesses in Everywoman:  Powerful Archetypes in Women’s Lives. The book introduced modern women to the importance of archetypes, examining Greek goddesses as personifications of deep patterns that have a powerful effect on shaping

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Experiential Workshops at ASWM Conference

Why does an academic conference include workshops?  Because people learn using different modes, and because a good workshop should be based on sound scholarship.  ASWM supports the many methods of teaching and learning that reinforce knowledge and inspire creativity. This

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Roundtables at 2014 ASWM Conference

Can you see yourself sitting around a table with scholars to discuss the rich traditions of Black Madonnas?   Or talking with Native American artists and researchers about special issues and needs in their work?  Or perhaps helping  others develop a

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Why Does ASWM Care about Social Media?

ASWM members are a widely varied group.  Some of us are well-established academic scholars, some are independent researchers with no support, and some are students trying to find an audience for subjects close to their hearts. Likewise, some of us

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Program Schedule for 2014 Conference

Borderlands:  Scholarship as Pilgrimage and Mystery The program for 2014 truly lives up to the promise to explore the borderlands and mysteries of mind and spirit.  Our conference this year follows tracks laid down in prior years, and also offers

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Laura Fragua-Cota Keynote: “Colors, Forms, Shifting Through Time and Place”

ASWM is delighted to announce that Laura Fragua-Cota will be a conference keynote speaker for Saturday, March 29th. Laura Fragua-Cota is a noted Southwestern artist with many awards and exhibitions to her credit, among them, the Patrick Suazo-Hinds Award at

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“Borderlands” Keynote by Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen

Imagination, authenticity, creativity, spirituality, divinity, archetypes and symbols, dreams and synchronicities emerge from and take us into the borderlands of liminal experiences—limen is Latin for “threshold.” Borderlands connotate wilderness and transition zones. Borderlands can also be represented by the almond shaped mandorla

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Conference Keynote by Dr. Sylvia Marcos: “Duality and Divinity”

ASWM is pleased to announce that Sylvia Marcos will be a conference keynote speaker for Friday March 28th. Her presentation, entitled “Duality and Divinity: Gender and Eros in Mesoamerican Spirituality” is highly anticipated. Sylvia Marcos is a scholar committed to indigenous movements

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“Borderlands,” Third National Conference

Check our Blog for more conference details and other news! Third National Conference March 28-29, 2014 “Borderlands: Scholarship as Pilgrimage and Mystery” 2014 NATIONAL CONFERENCE SAN ANTONIO, TX  CONFERENCE REGISTRATION Registration is now open for our Third National Conference, to be held

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Conference Keynote: Dr. Sylvia Marcos

ASWM is pleased to announce that Sylvia Marcos will be a conference keynote speaker for Friday March 28th. Her presentation, entitled “Duality and Divinity: Gender and Eros in Mesoamerican Spirituality” is highly anticipated. Sylvia Marcos is a scholar committed to indigenous movements

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