Book Reviews

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/sll.1998.5.1.69

Keywords:

Neo-Paganism,

Abstract

The Myth of Matriarchal Prehistory: Why an Invented Past Will Not Give Women a Future. By Cynthia Eller.

References

Burn, Shawn Meghan. 2000. Women Across Cultures. Mountain View, CA: Mayfield.

Claasen, Cheryl. 1999. The Way We Were: Gender and Archeology. NWSA Journal. Vol. 11, no. 2. pp. 185-191.

Darling, Juanita. 1995, March 31. “The women who run Juchitan” Los Angeles Times. pp. A1, A11, A13.

Farley, Maggie. 1998, December 26. “In Lugo Lake, marriage is a ticklish affair” Los Angeles Times. pp. A1, A5-6.

Griffin, Wendy. 2000. “Crafting the Boundaries: Goddess narrative as incantation” in Daughters of the Goddess: Studies of Healing, Identity and Empowerment. Griffin, editor. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press. pp. 73-88.

Gottschall, Marilyn. 2000. “The Mutable Goddess: Particularity and Eclecticism within the Goddess Public” in Daughters of the Goddess: Studies of Healing, Identity and Empowerment. Griffin, editor. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press. pp. 59- 72.

King, Ursula. 1989 (revised 1993). Women and Spirituality: Voices of protest and promise. London: McMillian.

Northup, Leslie. 1993. Women and Religious Ritual. Northup, editor. Washington DC: Pastoral Press.

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2020-08-11

How to Cite

Editors, T. (2020). Book Reviews. Pomegranate, 43–52. https://doi.org/10.1558/sll.1998.5.1.69

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