Tag: Dawn Work-MaKinne

Conference panel: “Fierce and Beneficent Female Figures”

Fierce and Beneficent Female Figures and their Evolution from Prehistory into Modern Folkloric Witches and Fairies and their Enduring Iconography Many Neolithic cultures were equalitarian and matrilocal.  After the migrations of the patriarchal Proto-Indo-Europeans throughout Europe, South Asia, and elsewhere, the

Posted in ASWM, Awards, Conferences & Symposia, Research & Scholarship Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Introducing the Kore Award Commission Judges

The Kore Award Commission, charged with giving the 2012 Kore Award for Best Dissertation in Women and Mythology, has established its panel of judges for the 2012 award: Candace C. Kant, Ph.D., is an Emerita Professor of History with the College

Posted in Awards, Past ASWM Events Tagged with: , , ,

Deity in Sisterhood: An Introduction

Deity in Sisterhood:  A Brief Introduction to the Collective Female Sacred in Germanic Europe ©2010, Dawn E. Work-MaKinne.  All rights reserved. Deae Matronae of the Ubi Popular imagination often portrays pre-Christian Germanic religion as stereotypically patriarchal and violent. It is

Posted in Articles, Members Only Tagged with: , , ,

2010 Kore Award for Best Dissertation

The first Kore Award for Best Dissertation in Goddess Studies was presented  April 24, 2010, at ASWM’s  Green Goddess Conference.  The award went to Dawn E. Work-MaKinne, Ph.D., a graduate of Union Institute & University.  Her dissertation, Deity in Sisterhood:

Posted in Awards Tagged with: , , , , , , ,
%d bloggers like this: