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Among those planned for Fall 2011:
Treasures of African Women Part II
The greatness they denied, but you always knew existed. Classic Nok and other ceramics of ancient Nigeria, stone sculptures of Esie and the magnificent Benin bronzes. Yoruba, Hausa and Ashanti queens; priestesses and women's rites; ancestral mothers of Mali, Congo and Tanzania. Female artists in velvet, leather, mudcloth, weaving, calabashes, and muralists from Burkina Faso to Botswana. Women builders, lyre-players, rain-shrine oracles -- and modern women who resist unjust laws, patriarchal violence, and stand up for their rights.
$15. Reparations discount for Africans and Diaspora, $7.
(Not included in current online course Woman Shaman.)
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The Shamanic Witch
European traditions of the cauldron, crystal balls, wands, healing, prophecy, shapeshifting. Women's shamanic flight on spirit animals and brooms (among other things), the Witches' Goddess, the ancestral dead, ecstatic festival dances and feasts, and how these were demonized during the witch hunts.
$15. (Free to subscribers of online course Spiritual Heritages of Ancient Europe.)
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About the current online course
Spiritual Heritages of Ancient Europe
(starts October 20, 2011, through March 2012; subscribe or unsub anytime.)