Goddesses in Myth, History and Culture

Announcing the new and beautiful book

Goddesses in Myth, History and Culture

Editors Mary Ann Beavis and Helen Hye-Sook Hwang

Publisher Mago Books (Lytle Creek, CA)

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This book fills the very real need for an affordable, accessible, academic textbook featuring Goddesses from a wide range of world religious, cultural and mythological traditions. As a textbook, its primary audience is professors and students in university and college courses in Goddess Studies, Religious Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies. It will also be of interest to students and instructors in the many Goddess-themed courses outside the academy. The contributors to the textbook were selected for their scholarly expertise and qualifications in their respective areas of study, both established and emerging scholars from Canada, the U.S., the U.K., Scandinavia, and Australia. The Goddess traditions surveyed in the 22 chapters include the Female Divine in the major world religions—not only Hinduism and Buddhism, but also in the “Western Religions” of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, popularly regarded as impervious to the Goddess. The coverage ranges from ancient to contemporary, Mago to Mary Magdalene. As such, it is a unique and much-needed resource for students and faculty, as well as a treasury of Goddess scholarship.

Flyer GMHC

You can order your copy of this historic work here
Ask your school/university or public library to order it via Mago Bookstore, whose price is lower than Amazon.
 
(Introduction and The List of References are available for free download).

 

2 comments

  1. Reblogged this on Fabienne S. Morgana and commented:
    I am always interested in academic works – so this will go on my already over flowing *to read* list!

  2. Thank you Fabienne … it is a good textbook just to pull down off the shelf to read another chapter. Each chapter is so different.

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