“Neither God nor Goddess: Why women need an archetype of the Self”
This article discusses some of feminist theory’s most prominent scholars of religion, addresses the shortcomings of feminism, and advocates for a women’s spirituality that is more deeply integral while also seeking to ensure that the history of feminist religious theory is included in integral religious discourse. While feminist theologians reacted to issues of male dominant symbolism in religion by creating a strategic dualism that places the Goddess on top, I utilize adult developmental studies in order to propose the creation of a uniquely female archetype of the Self for women.
“The Problem of Woman as Hero in the Work of Joseph Campbell”
“From Archaic beginnings to Integral Feminism”
Conference proceedings from the 1st Biannual Integral Theory and Practice conference, John F. Kennedy University, San Francisco.
Integral Feminism panel, Integral Theory and Practice Conference
L-R: Vernice Solimar, Diane Hamilton, Elizabeth Debold, Sarah Nicholson,
Vanessa Fisher & Cindy Lou Golin.
You can see my full publication history here on Academia.edu