While reading Mary Beth Moser’s (PhD) most excellent dissertation “The Everyday Spirituality of Women in the Italian Alps: A Trentino American Women’s Search for Spiritual Agency, Folk Wisdom, and Ancestral Values“, I came across a citation that kicked my butt. But first let me explain that she, like me, is following the breadcrumbs as a… Read More
Writing: shitty first drafts. Butt in chair. Just do it. You own everything that happened to you. You are going to feel like hell if you never write the stuff that is tugging on the sleeves in your heart — your stories, visions, memories, songs: your truth, your version of things, in your voice. That is… Read More
Viviane Dzyak, Louise Pare, Elisabeth Sikie & Mary Beth Moser taken at the 2013 PNW Region AAR conference in Seattle. Creating webs of research and bringing into consciousness subaltern collective memory of women’s ancestral ways of being and knowing. Behind us is the visionary Gimbutas whose work on Neolithic art informs my research.