ASWM supports rigorous and innovative scholarship regarding the narrative and imagistic aspects of the study of women and religion. Our members include scholars of literature, art history, classics, psychology, sociology, anthropology, music, humanities, ecology and other disciplines, as well as visual, literary and performing artists. We welcome membership by those working in these and related fields.

Academic Programs & Frog Mysteries Course & Syllabus Project &  Spiritual Heritages of Ancient Europe, web course

2 comments on “Scholarship
  1. Luisah Teish says:

    I would be interested in offering a course on Eco-spiritual mythology with a concentration on the Goddesses of the African diaspora. Of course, the course would be as much ritual enactment as scholarly research so that the Goddess remain alive and embodied. It would entail a number of ways to embrace joy by communing with Mother. If there is interest in this work please let me know.

  2. Angela Hope says:

    Hi Luisah,

    I know that Kate MacDowell over at Ocean Seminary College would love for you to teach at that seminary with that particular focus. They have a whole program or focus in Goddess studies there. It sure sounds fascinating and I would love to take the course myself.

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