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Autor/inBuchtitelVerlagErscheingunsdatum
Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-1891) deutsch-russische Okkultistin, spiritistisches Medium, Mitgründerin der Theosophischen Gesellschaft, 1875, SchriftstellerinDie Geheimlehre, 4 Bände
⚠ Caveat; Siehe Whistleblower
Verlag Esoterische Philosophie, Leipzig1919
Rev. Gesamtausgabe 1999
Robert von Ranke-Graves (1895-1985) britischer Gelehrter und Übersetzer der altgrieschischen und altrömischen Geschichte, Dichter, SchriftstellerDie Weiße Göttin. Sprache des Mythos
Amerikanische Erstausgabe 1948
Rowohlt, Reinbek1985
7. Auflage 2002
Simone de Beauvoir (1908-1986) französische Philosophin, Feministin der ersten Frauenbewegung, SchriftstellerinDas andere Geschlecht. Sitte und Sexus der Frau
Das andere Geschlecht ist ein feministisches Grundlagenwerk der späten vierziger Jahre. Le Monde setzte es auf Platz 11 der Liste der 100 Bücher des 20. Jahrhunderts
Rowohlt Verlag
rororo Sachbuch
1951
10. Auflage 1. August 2000
Erich Neumann (1905-1960) deutsch-israelischer Psychologe, Psychoanalytiker, SchriftstellerZur Psychologie des  WeiblichenRascher, Zürich
Kindler Taschenbuch (Geist und Psyche)
Fischer Verlag
1953
2. Auflage 1975
1990
Marie E. P. König [Marie Emilie Paula Schwager] (1899-1988) deutsche autodidaktische Prähistorikerin, Höhlenforscherin, MünzforscherinDas Weltbild des eiszeitlichen Menschen
Die Frau im Kult der Eiszeit
Elwert
Fischer Verlag, Reihe Weib und Macht
1954
1982
Erich Neumann (1905-1960) deutsch-israelischer Psychologe, Psychoanalytiker, SchriftstellerDie Große Mutter. Die weiblichen Gestaltungen des UnterbewusstenPatmos, Bollingen, Serie 471955
11. Auflage 15. Juni 2003
Betty Friedan (1921-2006) US-amerikanische Feministin, Aktivistin, Autorin,
Margaret Carroux
Der Weiblichkeitswahn oder Die Mystifizierung der FrauRowohlt
Rowohlt Taschenbuch
Erstausgabe 1966
1.-15. Tsd. Auflage
Neuauflage Juni 2002
Johann Jakob Bachofen (1815-1887) Schweizer Professor des römischen Rechts, Universität von Basel (1841-1845), Rechtshistoriker, Altertumsforscher, AnthropologeDas Mutterrecht. Eine Untersuchung über die Gynaikokratie der alten Welt nach ihrer religiösen und rechtlichen NaturSuhrkamp Taschenbuch Verlag
Nabu Press
6. Januar 1975, 1982
2. Oktober 2011
Merlin Stone (1931-2011) US-amerikanische Professorin für Geschichte und Kunstgeschichte, Forscherin von Urreligionen, Bildhauerin, AutorinAls Gott eine Frau war. Die Geschichte der Ur-Religion unserer Kulturen
Amerikanischer Originaltitel: When God was a woman, 1976
Goldmann Verlag
Taschenbuchausgabe
1988/1989
März 1991
Dr. Marie-Louise von Franz (1915-1998) Schweizer Philologin, Jungsche Gelehrte, AutorinDas Weibliche im MärchenBonz Adolf1977
12. Auflage Januar 1999
Dr. Marie-Louise von Franz (1915-1998) Schweizer Philologin, Jungsche Gelehrte, AutorinDie Mutter im Märchen. Deutung der Problematik des Mütterlichen und des Mutterkomplexes am Beispiel bekannter MärchenBonz Adolf
Verlag Stift. f. Jungsche Psychol.
1977
1. Auflage Februar 2003
Heide Göttner-Abendroth (*1941) deutsche Philosophin, Matriarchatsforscherin, AutorinDie Göttin und ihr HerosW. Kohlhammer Verlag
Frauenoffensive
1980
1997
erweiterte Neuauflage 2011
Maria Marcus (*1926) dänische Feministin, AutorinDie furchtbare Wahrheit. Frauen und Masochismus
Bekenntnis und Erkenntnis einer genesenden
sexuellen Masochistin
Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, RheinbekErstauflage 1982
Juni 1991
Dr. med. Edward C. Whitmont (1912-1998) US-amerikanischer homöopathischer Arzt, Jungscher PsychoanalytikerDie Rückkehr der Göttin. Von der Kraft des Weiblichen in Individuum und GesellschaftKösel Verlag1982
1989
James Mellaart (1925-2012) britischer Archäologe, AutorCatal Hüyük. Stadt aus der SteinzeitLuebbe VerlagsgruppeNovember 1982
Christa Mulack (*1943) deutsche Erziehungswissenschaftlerin, evangelische Theologin, Autorin patriarchatskritischer WerkeMaria, die geheime Göttin im ChristentumKreuz Verlag, Stuttgart
Kreuz Verlag, Stuttgart
Pomaska-Brand
1. Aufl. Januar 1985
April 1995
April 2006
Elga Sorge (*1940) deutsche feministische TheologinReligion und Frau. Weibliche Spiritualität im ChristentumW. Kohlhammer Verlag1985
5. Auflage 1988
Sylvia Brinton Perera, M.A., US-amerikanische Jungsche Analytikerin, Lehrerin, AutorinDer Weg zur Göttin der Tiefe. Die Erlösung der dunklen Schwester. Eine Initiation für FrauenAnsata Verlag1985
4. Auflage 1990
Robin Norwood (*1945) US-amerikanische Familien-, Ehe- und Kindertherapeutin, Erfolgsautorin zum Thema romantische SuchtbeziehungenWenn Frauen zu sehr lieben. Die heimliche Sucht, gebraucht zu werdenRowohlt, Reinbek
Neuauflage
1986
2. September 1991
John A. Phillips, US-amerikanischer Bibelkenner, AutorEva, von der Göttin zur DämoninKreuz Verlag, Stuttgart1987
April 1998
Marion Woodman (*1928) kanadische Jungsche Analytikerin, frauenbewegte mythopoetiche AutorinLeben aus der Kraft der Göttin. Eine psychologische Studie über die Neugeburt des WeiblichenAnsata Verlag, Interlaken1988
Carola Meier-Seethaler (*1927) deutsche Philosophin, Psychologin mit psychoanalytischer Schulung, Dozentin an einer sozialen Fachschule, AutorinUrsprünge und Befreiungen. Eine dissidente KulturtheorieArche, Zürich
Opus Magnum
1988
21. November 2011
Ean BeggDie unheilige Jungfrau. Das Rätsel der Schwarzen MadonnaTramontane Verlag, Bad Münstereifel1989
Heide Göttner-Abendroth (*1941) deutsche Philosophin, Matriarchatsforscherin, AutorinDas Matriarchat Band I, Band II, Band III
⚠ Caveat
W. Kohlhammer Verlag1989-2000
Gerda Weiler gerda-weiler-stiftung.de (1921-1994) deutsche Psychologin, Pädagogin, Matriarchatsforscherin, AutorinDas Matriarchat im Alten IsraelW. Kohlhammer Verlag1989
9. Februar 2006
Elisabeth Hämmerling (*1938) deutsche Lehrerin für meditativen Tanz und Rituale, AutorinMondgöttin Inanna. Ein weiblicher Weg zur GanzheitKreuz Verlag, Stuttgart1990
3. Auflage Juni 1995
Naomi Wolf (*1962) US-amerikanische Literaturwissenschaftlerin, politische Aktivistin, führende Sprecherin der Dritten Welle des Feminismus, SchriftstellerinDer Mythos SchönheitRowohlt, Reinbek1991
Gerda Weiler (1921-1994) deutsche Psychologin, PädagoginDer enteignete Mythos. Eine feministische Revision der Archetypenlehre C. G. Jungs und Erich NeumannsCampus Verlag
Ulrike Helmer Verlag
1991
September 1996
Bonnie Kreps (*1937) Dänisch-amerikanische Regisseurin, feministische AutorinAbschied vom Märchenprinzen. Eine Abrechnung mit der romantischen LiebeWolfgang Krüger Verlag
Fischer Taschenbuch
1991/1992
1994
April 1997
Deborah Tannen (*1945) US-amerikanischer Soziolinguistin, spezialisiert auf geschlechtsspezifische linguistische UnterschiedeDu kannst mich einfach nicht verstehen. Warum Männer und Frauen aneinander vorbeiredenMosaik Verlag
Goldmann Verlag
1991
1. April 2004
Siegmund Hurwitz (1904-1994) Schweizer Psychoanalytiker, Jungscher Gelehrter, Autor zu Themen der jüdischen MystikLilith. Die erste Eva. Eine historische und psychologische Studie über dunkle Aspekte des WeiblichenDaimon Verlag, Einsiedeln1993
4. Auflage Dezember 2004
Dezember 2010
5. Auflage 2011
Barbara G. Walker (*1930) US-amerikanische kulturanthropologische Forscherin, Journalistin, feministische AutorinDas geheime Wissen der FrauenZweitausendeins, Frankfurt am Main
Dtv
Arun-Verlag
1993
1995
3. Auflage 17. Dezember 2007
John Gray (*1951) US-amerikanischer Paar- und Familientherapeut, ErfolgsautorMänner sind anders. Frauen auch
Gender-Klassiker
Goldmann Verlag1. Mai 1993
Christa Mulack (*1943) deutsche Erziehungswissenschaftlerin, evangelische Theologin, Autorin patriarchatskritischer Werke... und wieder fühle ich mich schuldig. Ursachen und Lösung eines weiblichen ProblemsKreuz-Verlag1. September 1993
Clarissa Pinkola Estés (*1945) US-amerikanische Jungsche Psychoanalytikerin, Posttraumaspezialistin, Dichterin, SchriftstellerinDie Wolfsfrau. Die Kraft der weiblichen Urinstinkte
Märchendeutung nach Grundsätzen der jungianischen Psychologie
Heyne Verlag
Taschenbuchausgabe
1993
3. Auflage Juli 1997
1. September 1997
Elizabeth Debold, Ed.D., US-amerikanische Genderforscherin, Lehrerin, Chefredakteurin von WIE / EnlightenNext (2002-2011), Kulturkommentatorin, Autorin, Idelisse Malavé, Marie WilsonDie Mutter-Tochter-Revolution1Rowohlt Verlag
Taschenbuchausgabe
1994
1996
Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D., US-amerikanische Jungsche Analytikerin, Frauenforscherin, weise Frau, sprituelle Lehrerin, AutorinGöttinnen in jeder Frau. Psychologie einer neuen WeiblichkeitSphinx bei Heyne, München
Ullstein Taschenbuch
1995
1. Auflage 1. Oktober 2004
Jennifer Barker Woolger, Roger Woolger, Ph.D. (1944-2011) britisch-amerikanischer Psychotherapeut, Jungscher Psychoanalytiker, Seminarleiter, Autor zu Themen der Rückführung, schamanisches Heilen, GeisterbefreiungGöttinnen. Urbilder für eine Psychologie der FrauBastei Lübbe1994
Marija Gimbutas carnaval.com (1921-1994) litauische-amerikanische Prähistorikerin, Anthropologin, AutorinDie Sprache der Göttin. Das verschüttete Symbolsystem der westlichen Zivilisation
Amerikanisches Original erschienen 1989
Zweitausendeins, Frankfurt/Main
Zweitausendeins, Affoltern a.A.
1995
2000
Marija Gimbutas carnaval.com (1921-1994) litauische-amerikanische Prähistorikerin, Anthropologin, AutorinDie Zivilisation der Göttin. Die Welt des Alten Europa
Amerikanisches Original erschienen 1991
Zweitausendeins, Frankfurt/Main
Zweitausendeins, Affoltern a.A.
1995
2000
Christa Mulack (*1943) deutsche Erziehungswissenschaftlerin, evangelische Theologin, Autorin patriarchatskritischer WerkeDas Mädchen ohne Hände. Wie eine Tochter sich aus der Gewalt des Vaters befreitKreuz Verlag1995
Christa Zettel, Malerin, Mythen- und Zahlenforscherin, Journalistin, SchriftstellerinDie Macht der Mondin. Eine Reise zu den Wurzeln des MatriarchatsHeyne1996
Carol Gilligan, Ph.D. (*1936) US-amerikanische Professorin für Genderstudien, Psychologin, Ethikerin im Bereich Gemeinschaft und Beziehung, feministische AutorinDie andere Stimme. Lebenskonflikte und Moral der Frau2DTV München1996
Gerda Weiler gerda-weiler-stiftung.de (1921-1994) deutsche Psychologin, Pädagogin, Matriarchatsforscherin, AutorinIch brauche die Göttin. Zur Kulturgeschichte eines SymbolsUlrike Helmer Verlag1997
Gerda Lerner (1920-2013) österreichisch-US-amerikanische emeritierte Professorin für Geschichte, University of Wisconsin, Pionierin der FrauengeschichteDie Entstehung des PatriarchatsDtv1997
June Campbell (*~1945) schottische Religionswissenschaftlerin, akademische Feministin, ehemalige Kagyu-Nonne, persönliche Übersetzerin des tibetischen Lamas Kalu RinpocheGöttinnen, Dakinis und ganz normale Frauen. Weibliche Identität im tibetischen TantraTheseus Verlag, Berlin1997
Christa Mulack (*1943) deutsche Erziehungswissenschaftlerin, evangelische Theologin, Autorin patriarchatskritischer WerkeReligion ist zu wichtig, um sie den Männern zu überlassen. Die Göttin kehrt zurückKreuz Verlag1998
Starhawk (*1951) US-amerikanische Psychologin, Feministin, ökopolitische Aktivistin, Autorin von göttinnenreligionzentrierter LiteraturDer Hexenkult als Ur-Religion der Großen Göttin. Magische Übungen, Rituale und AnrufungenGoldmann, München1999
Patricia Monaghan (1946-2012) US-amerikanische spirituelle Aktivistin in der zeitgenössischen Bewegung der weiblichen Spiritualität, Dichterin, AutorinLexikon der Göttinnen. Ein Standardwerk der MythologieO. W. Barth, München1. Auflage Januar 2000
Germaine Greer (*1939) australische Intellektuelle, wichtigste Feministin des 20. Jahrhunderts, Anarchistin, Publizistin, Autorin, Rose BlightDer weibliche Eunuch. Aufruf zur Befreiung der Frau
Erstausgabe engl. Original, 1970
Dtv2000
Alice Schwarzer (*1942) führende deutsche Feministin, Herausgeberin der Zeitschrift EMMA, Journalistin, AutorinDer große Unterschied. Gegen die Spaltung von Menschen in Männer und FrauenKiepenheuer und Witsch Verlag, Köln
Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag
2000
2. Auflage 26. August 2005
Maja Storch majastorch.de (*1958) deutsche Projektleiterin am Lehrstuhl für pädagogische Psychologie, Universität Zürich, Trainerin, Psychodramatherapeutin, AutorinDie Sehnsucht der starken Frau nach dem starken MannWalter Verlag, Düsseldorf
Goldmann Verlag
2000
6. Dezember 2001
Marion Woodman (*1928) kanadische Jungsche Analytikerin, frauenbewegte mythopoetiche AutorinDer wahre Bräutigam. Die Befreiung des Mannes in der FrauAnsata Verlag, InterlakenJuni 2000
Allan und Barbara Pease, australisches ErfolgsautorenpaarWarum Männer nicht zuhören und Frauen schlecht einparken. Ganz natürliche Erklärungen für eigentlich unerklärliche SchwächenUllstein VerlagJuli 2000
15. Auflage 2002
Alice Miller (1923-2010) schweizerisch-jüdische Psychologin, Psychoanalytikerin, Autorin zum Thema Kindesmisshandlung und TraumaEvas Erwachen. Über die Auflösung emotionaler BlindheitSuhrkamp
Leseprobe
Erstauflage 2001
Neuauflage 10. März 2009
Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D., US-amerikanische Jungsche Analytikerin, Frauenforscherin, weise Frau, sprituelle Lehrerin, AutorinFeuerfrau und Löwenmutter. Göttinnen des WeiblichenPatmos Verlag1. Januar 2002
Polly Young-Eisendrath, US-amerikanische klinische Privatdozentin für Psychologie, Psychiatrische Fakultät, Universität von Vermont, Jungsche Analytikerin, Achtsamkeitslehrerin, Referentin, AutorinFrauen und Verlangen. Warum Frauen mehr als nur begehrt sein wollenGoldmann VerlagMärz 2003
Gertrud Höhler (*1941) deutsche Publizistin, Unternehmensberaterin, AutorinWölfin unter Wölfen. Warum Männer ohne Frauen Fehler machenUllsteinJuli 2003
Bärbel Wardetzki (*1952) deutsche Psychotherapeutin, AutorinWeiblicher Narzissmus. Der Hunger nach AnnerkennungKösel-Verlag, München2004
4. Auflage September 2007
21. überarbeitete Auflage 2009
Riane Eisler, Ph.D., J.D. (*1931) österreichstämmige US-amerikanische Makrokulturhistorikerin, Soziologin, Evolutionstheoretikerin, Partnerschaftsforscherin, Sozialaktivistin, Referentin, AutorinKelch & Schwert. Unsere Geschichte, unsere Zukunft. Weibliches und männliches Prinzip in der GeschichteArbor-Verlag15. Juli 2005
Dieter Wunderlich (*1946) deutscher Psychologe, BuchautorEigenSinnige Frauen. 10 PorträtsPiper Verlag, MünchenSeptember 2004
11. Auflage 2009
Chameli Gad Ardagh (*1971) norwegische Schauspielerin, Psychotherapeutin, Frauentrainerin, spirituelle AutorinKomm dir näher....und l(i)ebe deine tiefste SehnsuchtJ.Kamphausen Verlag18. Februar 2008
6. Auflage
Dr. Louann Brizendine louannbrizendine.com (*1952) US-amerikanische Neuropsychiaterin, Professorin für Neurobiologie, UCB, Referentin, ErfolgsautorinDas weibliche Gehirn. Warum Frauen anders sind als MännerGoldmann Verlag10. November 2008
Gertrud Höhler (*1941) deutsche Publizistin, Unternehmensberaterin, AutorinDas Ende der Schonzeit. Alphafrauen an die MachtEcon1. September 2008
Dr. Louann Brizendine louannbrizendine.com (*1952) US-amerikanische Neuropsychiaterin, Professorin für Neurobiologie, UCB, Referentin, ErfolgsautorinDas männliche Gehirn. Warum Männer anders sind als FrauenHoffmann und Campe Verlag14. Mai 2010
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee (*1953) englischer Doktor der Psychologe, Mystiker, Lehrer der Naqschbandiyya-Mudschaddidiyya-Sufi-Linie (Nebenlinie der Naqschbandi-Tariqa), Traumforscher, AutorDie Matrix des Lebens. Das heilige Weibliche und die Wandlung der WeltArbor-Verlag28. April 2011
Naomi Wolf (*1962) US-amerikanische Literaturwissenschaftlerin, politische Aktivistin, führende Sprecherin der Dritten Welle des Feminismus, SchriftstellerinVagina. Eine Geschichte der WeiblichkeitRowohlt-Verlag, Reinbek bei Hamburg2. Mai 2013

Women's writings in English

AuthorBook titlePublisherDate of publication
Robert von Ranke-Graves [Robert Graves] (1895-1985) English scholar/translator/writer of antiquity specializing in Classical Greece and Rome, poet, novelistThe White GoddessFarrar Straus & Giroux1948
Reprint, January 1997
Antonia Anna "Toni" Wolff (1888-1953) Swiss Jungian analyst, close associate CGJStructural Forms of the Feminine Psyche
Essay on four "types" or aspects of the feminine psyche: the Amazon, the Mother, the Hetaira (or Courtesan), and the Medial (or mediumistic) Woman
 1956
E. O. James (1888-1972) British professor emeritus of the history and philosophy of religion, University of London, anthropologist in the field of comparative religionThe Ancient GodsBooksales1960
June 2004
Betty Friedan (1921-2006) US American feminist, activist, writerThe Feminine MystiqueW.W. Norton & Company19. February 1963
Raphael Patai [Ervin György Patai] (1910-1996) Hungarian-Jewish ethnographer, historian, Orientalist, anthropologist, authorThe Hebrew GoddessWayne State University Press1967
3rd enlarged edition 1. September 1990
Germaine Greer (*1939) Australian academic, major feminist, journalist, authorThe Female EunuchHarper Perennial, London1970
2006
Robin Morgan robinmorgan.us (*1941) US American child actor, political theorist, activist, feminist, lecturer, journalist, poet, authorSisterhood is Powerful. An Anthology of Writings From The Women's Liberation MovementRandom House1970
Elisabeth Gould Davis (1910-1974) US American librarian, second wave feminist, authorThe First Sex 1971
Mary Esther Harding (1888-1971) US American Jungian analystWoman's Mysteries. Ancient and Modern. A Psychological Interpretation of the Feminine Principle as Portrayed in Myth, Story, and DreamsShambhala1971
1. May 2001
Marija Gimbutas (1921-1994) Lithuanian US American archeologist, researcher of the Neolithic and Bronze Age cultures of "Old Europe", figure head of the socalled Goddess movementThe Goddesses and Gods in Ancient Europe
Gimbutas' theories challenge conventional archaeology, spirituality, theology, and religious studies, while inspiring artists, feminists, environmentalists and activists.
University of California Press
Thames and Hudson
1974
Susan Brownmiller (*1935) US American feminist, social activist, journalist, authorAgainst Our Will. Men, Women, and Rape
Presentation of study results
Ballantine Books1. January 1975
11. May 1993
Merlin Stone (1931-2011) US American professor of art and art history, sculptor, authorWhen God Was a Woman
The suppression of women's rites:
When God Was a Woman
Harvest Books1976
4. May 1978
Maria Marcus (*1926) Danish feminist, authorA Taste For Pain. On Masochism And Female Sexuality3
Confessions and insights of a recovering sexual masochist
St. Martin's Press1981
Barbara G. Walker (*1930) US American cultural anthropology researcher, journalist, feminist authorThe Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and SecretsHarper & Row, San Francisco1st edition 30. November 1983
Elizabeth Debold, Ed.D., US American gender researcher, senior teacher of evolutionary enlightenment, cultural commentator, senior editor of magazine WIE / EnlightenNext (2002-2011), author,
Idelisse Malavé, Marie Wilson
Mother Daughter Revolution. From Good Girls to Great Women4Addison-Wesley
Bantam Paperback
1993
1994
Carol Gilligan, Ph.D. webster.edu (*1936) US American professor of gender studies, psychologist, feminist, ethicist (community, relationships), writerIn a Different Voice.
Psychological Theory and Women's Development
Harvard University Press1982
Revised edition 1. July 1993
Robin Morgan robinmorgan.us (*1941) US American child actor, political theorist, activist, feminist, lecturer, journalist, poet, authorAnatomy of Freedom. Feminism, Physics, and Global PoliticsW.W. Norton & Company1st edition 1982
2nd edition1. January 1990
Edward C. Whitmont, M.D. (1912-1998) US American Jungian psychoanalyst, homeopathic physicianReturn of the GoddessContinuum International Publishing Group Ltd., revised edition1983
March 1997
Anne Wilson Schaef US American psychotherapist, feminist, addiction researcher, authorWomen's Reality. An Emerging Female System in a White Male SocietyHarper Collins, Paperback1. January 1985
Jennifer Barker Woolger, Roger Woolger, Ph.D. rogerwoolger.com (1944-2011) British-American psychotherapist, Jungian analyst, lecturer, author specializing in past life regression, spirit release and shamanic healingThe Goddess Within. A Guide to the Eternal Myths that Shape Women's LivesBallantine Books7. October 1989
Robin Norwood (*1945) US American family, marriage and child therapist specializing in chemical dependency and romantic addiction, authorWomen Who Love Too Much1st edition
Arrow
Gallery
1985
15. January 1991
Reprint 8. April 2008
Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D. jeanbolen.com US American Jungian analyst, proactive women researcher and supporter, crone, spiritual teacher, authorGoddesses in Everywoman. A New Psychology of WomenHarper CollinsAugust 1985
John A. Phillips, US American Bible expert, authorEve. The History of an IdeaHarper CollinsSeptember 1985
Gerda Lerner, Ph.D. (1920-2013) Austrian US American professor emeritus of history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, pioneer of women's history, teacher, authorThe Creation of PatriarchyOxford University Press1986
Pb, 22. October 1987
Marilyn Joy Waring, Ph.D., CNZM (*1952) New Zealand theorist of economic policy, member of parliament, activist for women's human rights and environmental issues, development consultant, United Nations expert, feminist authorIf Women Counted. A New Feminist Economics [Counting for Nothing]University of Toronto Press
Harper Collins
1988
November 1990
Riane Eisler, Ph.D., J.D. (*1931) Austrian-born US American scholar, cultural historian, systems scientist, partnership researcher, activist, attorney, educator, writerThe Chalice and the Blade. Our History, Our FutureHarperOne1st edition 21. September 1988
Anne Moir, British geneticist, David Jessel, British TV and radio news presenter, campaigner against miscarriages of justice, authorBrain Sex. The Real Difference Between Men and Women
Wikipedia entry: Brain Sex
Michael Joseph (Penguin)
Delta
1989
1. August 1992
Shirley Nicholson, US American compilerThe Goddess Re-Awakening. The Feminine Principle TodayThe Theosophical Publishing House1st edition 1. May 1989
Stan Gooch (1932-2010) British psychologist, authorCities of Dreams. When Women Ruled the EarthAulis Publishers1989
2nd edition 1. December 1995
Marion Woodman (*1928) Canadian Jungian analyst, women's movement figure, mythopoetic authorRavaged Bridegroom. Masculinity in Women, Series: Studies in Jungian Psychology By Jungian AnalystsInner City Books1st edition October 1990
Anne Baring (*1931) British historian, Jungian psychoanalyst, author, Jules Cashford, British professor of philosophy, psychologist, Jungian psychoanalyst, authorThe Myth of The Goddess. Evolution of an Image
See also: Goddess Spirituality, presented by the library of Caroline Myss Education Institute (CMED)
Viking
Penguin Arkana
Penguin, reprint
1991
1992
1. June 1993
Naomi Wolf (*1962) US American former political consultant to Bill Clinton and Al Gore, political activist, social critic, leading spokesperson of the third wave of the feminist movement, authorThe Beauty Myth
Bestselling book exposing the tyranny of the ideal of female beauty
William Morrow and Company1991
Sherry Ruth Anderson, Ph.D., US American psychologist, co-author, Patricia HopkinsThe Feminine Face of God. The Unfolding of the Sacred in WomenBantam1st edition 1. September 1991
Clarissa Pinkola Estés (*1945) US American Jungian psychoanalyst, post-trauma specialist, poet, writerWomen Who Run With the Wolves. Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman ArchetypeBallantine Books1st edition November 1992, 1st update 1996, 2nd update 2017
Marion Woodman (*1928) Canadian Jungian analyst, women's movement figure, mythopoetic author, Kate Danson, Mary Hamilton, Rita Greer AllenLeaving My Father's House. A Journey to Conscious FemininityShambhalaReprint edition 17. November 1992
Gloria Steinem gloriasteinem.com (*1934) leading US American feminist of the new women's movement, visionary and political activist, journalist, writerRevolution from Within. A Book of Self-EsteemLittle, Brown and Company20. January 1993
Andrew Harvey (*1952) Indian-British religious scholar, Rumi translator and explicator, teacher of mystic traditions, architect of Sacred Activism, poet, novelist, authorThe Return of the MotherFrog Books
Tarcher
North Atlantic Books
1995
22. December 2000
20. August 2013
Gloria Steinem gloriasteinem.com (*1934) leading US American feminist of the new women's movement, visionary and political activist, journalist, writerMoving Beyond Words. Age, Rage, Sex, Power, Money, Muscles. Breaking the Boundries of GenderTouchstone1. February 1995
June Campbell (*1945) Scottish religious scholar, academic feminist, Kagyu nun and personal translator of the Tibetan Lama Kalu Rinpoche (70ties)Traveller in Space. Gender, Identity and Tibetan BuddhismContinuum International Publishing Group1996
Revised edition May 2002
Marion Woodman (*1928) Canadian Jungian analyst, women's movement figure, mythopoetic author, Elinor DicksonDancing in the Flames. The Dark Goddess in the Transformation of ConsciousnessShambhala6. May 1997
Monica Sjoo (1938-2005) Swedish radical anarcho/eco-feminist influential in the Goddess movement, painter, writerReturn of the Dark/Light Mother or New Age Armageddon? Towards a Feminist Vision of the FuturePlain View PressOctober 1999
Eleanor Maccoby, Ph.D. (*1917) US American professor of developmental psychology and sex differences, Stanford UniversityThe Two Sexes. Growing Up Apart, Coming TogetherBelknap Press of Harvard University Press1998
15. October 1999
Paula Joan Caplan, Ph.D. (*1947) US American research psychologist, social justice activist, nonfiction writerThe Myth of Women's Masochism
After rereading Freud's thesis on women's masochism, defined as "pleasure in pain", Caplan authored 'The Myth of Women's Masochism.' Women's masochism was redefined as selfdefeating personality disorder, proposed in DSM III-R for further review.
Backinprint.com2001
15. June 2005
Timothy Freke (*1959) British self-named "standup philosopher", author of books on religion and mysticism, Peter Gandy, M.A., British scholar in classical civilization, author on mysticismThe Jesus Mysteries. Was the "Original Jesus" a Pagan God?Three Rivers Press1999
25. September 2001
Leonard Shlain, M.D. sextimeandpower.com (1937-2009) US American chairman of laparoscopic surgery, associate professor of surgery, UC San Francisco, researcher, writerThe Alphabet Versus the Goddess. The Conflict Between Word and Image
Alphabetvsgoddess.com
Penguin (Non-Classics)1. September 1999
Shelley Elizabeth Taylor, Ph.D. (*1946) US American professor of psychology, University of California, Los AngelesThe Tending Instinct. Women, Men, and the Biology of Relationships
Tend-and-befriend is a behavior exhibited by some animals, including humans, when under threat. It was first described by Taylor et al., Psychological Review, 2000
Times Books
Holt Paperbacks
2002
Revised edition 1. May 2003
Timothy Freke (*1959) British self-named "standup philosopher", author of books on religion and mysticism, Peter Gandy, M.A., British scholar in classical civilization, author on mysticismJesus and the Lost Goddess. The Secret Teachings of the Original ChristiansThree Rivers Press22. October 2002
Sharron Rose, MA.Ed, US American renaissance woman, filmmaker, choreographer, composer, performer, teacher, authorThe Path of the Priestess. A Guidebook for Awakening the Divine Feminine
Table of Contents
Inner TraditionsOriginal edition 8. January 2003
Riane Eisler, Ph.D., J.D. (*1931) Austrian-born US American scholar, cultural historian, systems scientist, partnership researcher, activist, attorney, educator, writerThe Power of Partnership. Seven Relationships that will change your lifeNew World LibraryMarch 2003
Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D. jeanbolen.com US American Jungian analyst, proactive women researcher and supporter, crone, spiritual teacher, authorCrones Don't Whine. Concentrated Wisdom for Juicy WomenConari Press1st edition 1. September 2003
Marie C. Wilson, US American advocate of women's issues, founder and president emeritus of the White House ProjectClosing the Leadership Gap. Why Women Can and Must Help Run the WorldViking Adult Pub
Penguin, New York City
1st edition 8. March 2004
Reprint 28. February 2006
Leonard Shlain, M.D. sextimeandpower.com (1937-2009) US American associate professor of surgery, UC San Francisco, chairman of laparoscopic surgery, researcher, writerSex, Time, and Power. How Women's Sexuality Shaped Human EvolutionPenguinJuly 2004
Louann Brizendine, Ph.D., M.D. louannbrizendine.com (*1952) US American neuropsychiatrist, professor of neurobiology, UC Berkeley, founder of the first US clinic to study and treat women's brain functions, lecturer, authorThe Female BrainBroadway1st issue 1. August 2006
John Lash metahistory.org US American self-educated scholar of comparative mythology, metahistoric researcher, mystic, authorNot in His Image. Gnostic Vision, Sacred Ecology, and the Future of Belief
Presenting the gnostic approach to Sophia-Gaia, the feminine wisdom principle embodied by the earth; The salvationist Christian faith is a toxic psychotic outbreak of the human mind. The Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition is "the religious schizophrenia of the ancient Hebrews".
Chelsea Green Publishing1. November 2006
Carol Gilligan, Ph.D. webster.edu (*1936) US American professor of gender studies, psychologist, feminist, ethicist (community, relationships), writer, David A. J. RichardsThe Deepening Darkness. Patriarchy, Resistance, and Democracy's FutureCambridge University Press1st edition 10. November 2008
Marguerite Rigoglioso, Ph.D., US American teacher of courses on women and religion, Dominican University of California, California, Institute of Integral Studies, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, authorThe Cult of Divine BirthPalgrave Macmillan27. April 2009
Lucia René, US American ordained Buddhist monk, spiritual teacher, mystic, woman's and gender transition activist, authorUnplugging the Patriarchy. A Mystical Journey into the Heart of a New AgeCrown Chakra Publishing1st edition 21. December 2009
Pamela Haag, Ph.D. marriageconfidential.com US American historian, feminist, authorMarriage Confidential. The Post-Romantic Age of Workhorse Wives, Royal Children, Undersexed Spouses, and Rebel Couples Who Are Rewriting the RulesHarper1st edition 31. May 2011
Leymah Gbowee (*1972) Liberian peace activist, leader of a women's peace movement which ended the Second Liberian Civil War, 2003, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 2011Mighty Be Our Powers. How Sisterhood, Prayer, and Sex Changed a Nation at WarBeast Books1st edition 13. September 2011
Harriet Lerner. Ph.D. harrietlerner.com (*1944) US American clinical psychologist, feminist, relationship expert, authorMarriage Rules. A Manual for the Married and the Coupled UpAvery GothamJanuary 2012
Reprint edition 31. December 2012
Naomi Wolf (*1962) US American former political consultant to Bill Clinton and Al Gore, political activist, social critic, leading spokesperson of the third wave of the feminist movement, authorVagina. A New BiographyEcco1st edition 11. September 2012
Hanna Rosin (*1970) US American journalist, contributing editor, authorThe End of Men. And the Rise of WomenRiverhead Hardcover1st edition 11. September 2012
Andrew Harvey (*1952) Indian-British religious scholar, Rumi translator and explicator, teacher of mystic traditions, architect of Sacred Activism, poet, novelist, authorRadical Passion. Sacred Love and Wisdom in ActionNorth Atlantic Books23. October 2012
Christine Page, M.D. British physician, "wisdom keeper", speaker, authorHealing Power of the Sacred Woman. Health, Creativity, and Fertility for the SoulBear & Company20. November 2012
Anne Baring (*1931) British historian, Jungian psychoanalyst, authorThe Dream of the CosmosArchive Publishing16. May 2013
Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D. jeanbolen.com US American Jungian analyst, proactive women researcher and supporter, crone, spiritual teacher, authorGoddesses in Older Women. Archetypes in Women over FiftyHarper Paperbacks, reprint edition1. July 2014

 

Links zum Frauenliteratur / Women's writing in English

Literatur

Die Top-Molekulargenetikerin Rosalind Franklin entdeckte vor James Watson die DNS. Er hat ihre Entdeckung gestohlen und bekam dafür – nach ihrem Tod – den Nobelpreis.

Literature (engl.) – Leonard Shlain

Books by Leonard Shlain, M.D. sextimeandpower.com (1937-2009) US American associate professor of surgery, UC San Francisco, chairman of laparoscopic surgery, researcher, author
The Alphabet Versus the Goddess. The Conflict Between Word and Image (Compass) – alphabetvsgoddess.com
"Nicholas Copernicus (1473-1543) displaced Mother Earth from the center of the universe and replaced her with Father Sun."
Penguin (Non-Classics)1. September 1999
Sex, Time, and Power.
How Women's Sexuality Shaped Human Evolution
sextimeandpower.com
PenguinJuly 2004
Finding Balance. Reconciling the Masculine/Feminine
in Contemporary Art and Culture
Houston Center for Contemporary CraftNovember 2006
Art & Physics. Parallel Visions in Space, Time, and Light (P.S.) artandphysics.comWilliam Morrow Paperbacks27. Februar 2007

Internal links

Externe Weblinks


  • Artikel Wo sind die Frauen?, Teil 1, präsentiert von Magazin Was ist Erleuchtung?, Elizabeth Debold, Ed.D., Ausgabe 17, 2005

Über den Stand des Feminimus: Der Trend, sich in Sicherheit, Sex, gute-Mädchen-Mentalität, böse-Mädchen-Mentalität zurückzuziehen, wurde noch nicht gebrochen durch spirit-mutige Frauen.

External web links (engl.)


Audio- und Videolinks

Die vier Frauen Maria Magdalena, Lydia, Junia, Phöbe sind die ignorierten Säulen des Christentums.

Audio and video links (engl.)

Audio and video links (engl.) – Anne Baring

Audios and videos by Anne Baring (*1931) British historian, Jungian psychoanalyst, feminist author

 

TypeOfferingTitle ♦ Sponsor ♦ LocationDurationRelease date
YouTube videoInterview series – 
7 DVDs
The Dream of the Cosmos. An Interview with Anne Baring by Dr. Betty J. Kovacs, host Betty J. Kovacs, Ph.D. Kamlak.com US American professor emerita of comparative literature and theory of symbolic language, Pasadena City College, author, directed by Kimberly SaavedraRun time 345 minutesRelease Amazon 12. April 2012
YouTube videoInterview
Part 1
Journey to Discover Soul / Myth of the Goddess41:36 minutes27. September 2011
YouTube videoInterview
Part 2
Feminine Archetype / Lunar Mythology49:53 minutes1. October 2011
Lunar culture: Time and eternity were one, visibility and invisibilty were one.
96% of the universe are invisible to humans who tend to call this portion non-existent. Minute 15:00
YouTube videoInterview
Part 3
Battle between Good and Evil / Solar Mythology from "The Dream of the Cosmos"52:48 minutes10. October 2011
The domination mode emerged from the inner split of the psyche. It produced the powerful violent male warrior archetype wired to competition. The less violent scribe archetypes became priest/PATER archetypes as well. Minute 17:40
YouTube videoInterview
Part 4
The Tragic Split in the Western Psyche541:39 minutes12. October 2011
YouTube videoInterview
Part 5
The Matrix and the Split45:56 minutes13. October 2011
YouTube videoInterview
Part 6
The Effects of Solar Mythology52:59 minutes14. October 2011
"The ego is absolutely vital in this work [of integrative transformation]. It is not something to be overcome and got rid of. The ego and individuality is fine once it knows that it has this relationship with the whole, that it's not out for itself, that it isn't serving itself." Minute 20:56
YouTube videoInterview
Part 7
Soul Power / Healing the Split56:33 minutes15. October 2011
"Armageddon is not the end of the world but it's the end of the old values [the old myth of aggression and violence]." Minute 27:10
YouTube videoInterview
Conversation
"A New Vision of Reality", host Andrew Harvey (*1952) Indian-British religious scholar, Rumi translator and explicator, teacher of mystic traditions, architect of Sacred Activism, poet, novelist, author1:09:3118. December 2013
Reference: Baring's book The Dream of the Cosmos, Archive Publishing, 16. May 2013

Audio and video links (engl.) – Riane Eisler

Audios and videos by Riane Eisler, Ph.D., J.D. (*1931) Austrian-born US American scholar, cultural historian, systems scientist, partnership researcher, activist, attorney, educator, writer6
TypeOfferingTitle ♦ Sponsor ♦ LocationDurationRelease date
YouTube videoPresentationHonoring Women Worldwide, presented and sponsored by HonoringWomenWorldwide.org3:35 minutes13. June 2007
VideoKeynote addressEmpowering Women and Building a Better World, sponsored by Civil Society Development Forum, Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations (CoNGO)'s  Women’s Human Rights and Development: Inclusion, Participation, and Equality, New York, presented by Blip.tv Link deleted22 minutes4. May 2010
YouTube videoInterviewRecreating Our Past, Recreating Our Future, excerpted from DVD, independent public television series Thinking Allowed (PBS) (1988-2002), host Jeffrey Mishlove, Ph.D., Intuition Network, program dean of the University of Philosophical Research12:00 minutes22. August 2010
YouTube videoPresentationDomination, Gender and Fear, presented by Link TV Global Spirit program "ONENESS: The Big Picture"2:16 minutes23. April 2010
Vimeo videoKeynote addressFrom Domination to Partnership. Transforming Education and Society, presented at 8th annual AERO conference Transforming Education & Our World, Portland, Oregon62:37 minutesRecorded 4-7 August 2011
Posted 21. August 2011

Audio and video links (engl.) – Carol Gilligan

Audios and videos by Carol Gilligan, Ph.D. webster.edu (*1936) US American professor of gender studies, psychologist, feminist, ethicist (community, relationships), writer
TypeOfferingTitle ♦ Sponsor ♦ LocationDurationRelease date
VideoLectureVoice and Relationship. Rethinking the Foundations of Ethics, presented by University of San Diego, San Diego, California
Ethics across the curriculum
Link deleted30. January 1997
VideoInterviewWomen and Moral Development and other topics, presented by Big ThinkSubtitles6:29 minutesRecorded ~2008
24. January 2012
VideoPresentation
and Q&A
Learning to See in the Dark: The Roots of Ethical Resistance, sponsored by The Dalai Lama Center For Ethics and Transformative Values MIT World1:10:34Recorded 24. April 2009
Posted 23. December 2011
YouTube videoInterviewGirls' rights in the spotlight as key to development, sponsored by UNICEF, 3-day seminar Adolescent Girls Cornerstone of Society, New York City3:44 minutesRecorded 26. April 2010
Posted 27. April 2010
Audio radio podcastInterview"In a Different Voice and After" with Carol Gilligan, presented by US American Why? Philosophical Discussions About Everyday Life series, Public Radio Exchange (PRX)52:57 minutesRecorded at WHY? 13. February 2011
Remixed 25. February 2011
YouTube videoInterviewPFV Interview with Carol Gilligan: Changing the voice of the conversation, presented by PFV feministvoices.com Full transcript9:41 minutes12. November 2012
YouTube videoInterview series
Playlist
Dr. Carol Gilligan, presented by PsychAlive
Part 1 – Writing "The Birth of Pleasure"
Part 2 – Why Women Find it Diffiicult to Attach to Pleasure
Part 3 – Cultural Stereotypes of Men and Women
Part 4 – Women's Adaptation to Living in Our Patriarchal Society
Part 5 – Defining Feminism and Patriarchy
Part 6 – Our Human Capacity for Emotional Honesty
Minutes
2:46
2:15
2:48
2:13
5:23
1:31
5. April 2013
MAKERS VideoInterview seriesDr. Carol Gilligan
Male bias in psychology and her seminal book "A Different Voice"
 Undated
Groundbreaking Psychologist: "I discovered that all these theorists Freud, Ericsson, Piaget [and Lawrence Kohlberg] and all their followers were proceeding on the assumption that man is the measure of humans." Minute 0:22
Moments Where Girls Fall: "The neuroscientists find that our nervous systems are wired to connect thought and emotion. Minute 00:39
Validated by Neuroscience: "We have naturalized trauma and called it development." Minute 1:39
YouTube videoPresentationFemSalon: Carol Gilligan, presented at FemSalon, sponsored by feminist.com2:07 minutes16. April 2013

Audio and video links (engl.) – Leonard Shlain

Audios and videos by Leonard Shlain, M.D. sextimeandpower.com (1937-2009) US American associate professor of surgery, UC San Francisco, chairman of laparoscopic surgery, researcher, author
TypeOfferingTitle ♦ Sponsor ♦ LocationDurationRelease date
Audio MP3 podcastInterviewSex, Time and Power, presented by US American web radio radio4all.net, host Mike McCormick33:13 minutes25. September 2003
AudioInterviewLeonard Shlain Interview, University of Toronto’s CIUT, presented by US American web radio station Massive Change, host Jennifer Leonard   Link deleted54:24 minutes7. October 2003
Audio MP3InterviewThe Role of Women in Evolution, presented by US American radio station Wisconsin Public Radio, To the best of Our Knowledge, host and executive producer Steve Paulson9:41 minutes~2004
Ancestral women discovered time when they made the connection between sex, birth and the moon cycles.
"Eve did not commit original sin. Eve excercised original choice. And the stimulus for her to figure out the connection between sex and pregnancy was the threat of maternal mortality rather than that being the punishment." Minute 9:11
Audio MP3InterviewThe Alphabet vs. The Goddess. How do you get a girl to say yes?, presented by US American KSFR radio show Living Juicy, host Rhea Goodman, Sante Fe30 minutes16. January 2006
YouTube videoPresentationThe Alphabet vs. The Goddess, sponsored by Pepperdine University, Malibu, California, The Distinguished Lecture Series1:15:13 duration,Recorded November 2006
Posted 1. November 2012
N/A
Buddha, Socrates, and Jesus delivered feminine right-brained oral teachings. Minutes 37:43
Masculine creeds evolved with the written word in an alphabet. The first two Commandments of the Ten Commandments in the Old Testament [first book issued 900 BC] reject the influence of the Goddess (right brain, Yin) and ban any form of representative art. Women were forbidden to be priestesses in the 3rd millennium when the New Testament was transcribed.
Since the introduction of photography and TV [emitting/inducing alpha and theta brain waves] we witness the rise of the feminine and the decline of the male (left brain, Yang) dominance after 5,000 years of patriarchy.
Evolution of female sexuality and its relationship to both the human brain and size of our pelvis, the difference between Western and Eastern notions of time, and the difference between our current visual culture and previous text-based cultures.
Audio podcastInterviewParallel Visions of Art and Physics ["Über Wissenschaft und Kunst"], presented by Omni Art Salon, episode #137, host Geoffrey Milburn52:16 minutes17. March 2008
Audio MP3InterviewThe Relationship Between Art and Physics, presented by Changemakers Radio, female host25:56 minutes~2008
YouTube videoInterviewConversations With History (Series), Show ID: 15887, produced by ucTelevision, Art and Science, presented by the satellite television channel University of California Television (UCTV), UC Santa Barbara, host Harry Kreisler, March 200959:13 minutesRecorded 18. December 2008
Posted 16. March 2009
On the roots of creativity, differences between male and female perspectives, conclusions on the future
YouTube videoInterviewImagery and the Alphabet, excerpted from a 1 hour DVD, Thinking Allowed (PBS) (1988-2002), host Jeffrey Mishlove, Ph.D., Intuition Network, program dean of the University of Philosophical Research7:00 minutes31. August 2010
Audio Itunes podcastInterviewSex, Time and Power, presented by US American web radio station KBOO, Portland, program , host Paul O'Brien28:09 minutes19. October 2010
YouTube videoPresentationSex, Time and Power49:48 minutes1. November 2012
Emergence of Homo sapiens: Due to profound alterations in female sexuality the big-brained Homo sapiens suddenly emerged 150,000 years ago.
YouTube videoPresentationArt and Physics: Parallel Visions in Space, Time & Light, presented by Zeitgeist: Art, Gender and Physics54:04 minutes1. November 2012
The recurring pattern of the classical era, medieval era, Renaissance and modern times is:
First the visionary artist sees the world in a new way followed by a new paradigmal discovery of a revolutionary physicist.
YouTube videoPresentation"The Big O", delivered in Hawaii53:56 minutes1. November 2012
Women want iron to cover their menstrual blood loss – Humans spent 99% of their experience as hunters/gatherers (tribes consisted of 150-225 persons; hunting parties consisted of 9-12 men in their prime) – Female Orgasm – G-Spot as the antedote to birth pain – Humans exhibit the most expressive homosexuality for extra? – Youth, health and beauty [subcutaneous fat, pheromenes] most attracts men to women.

 

Audio and video links (engl.) – Gloria Steinem

Audios and videos by Gloria Steinem gloriasteinem.com (*1934) leading US American feminist of the new women's movement, visionary and political activist, journalist, writer7
TypeOfferingTitle ♦ Sponsor ♦ LocationDurationRelease date
Radio audioLectureIf Women Mattered, Hour 1
If Women Mattered, Hour 2
presented by Speaker's Forum, host Sarah Lerner, recorded by KUOW.org, Seattle, WA
Minutes
H1: 53:00
H2: 53:00
Recorded 8. March 2006
Posted 5. April 2006
VideoPresentationThe Future of Feminism, presented at The Power of Women's Voices Conference for the 65th Anniversary of the Sophia Smith Collection Women's History Archive, sponsored by Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts54:32 minutes28. September 2007
YouTube videoPresentationGloria Steinem Speaks at Tulane, sponsored by Newcomb College Institute, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
2nd wave of gender equality: from identity to equality
45:56 minutes7. March 2008
YouTube videoInterviewA Woman's World?, presented by US American TV station CBS NEWS, host Katie Couric (*1957) US American talk show host, anchor journalist, author41:03 minutes22. June 2010
Vimeo videoPresentationPerspectives on Equality and Community – Common Hour8, sponsored by Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA53:54 minutesRecorded 9. September 2010
Posted 10. September 2010
YouTube documentary filmOuttakeWhat's New is Old, presented by Miss Representation, 2011, written, directed, and produced by Jennifer Siebel Newsom1:57 minutes15. August 2011
Audio radio podcastInterviewRape as a Weapon, presented by US American station PBS Women, War & Peace, host Amy Costello
Alternative PRX source: Public Radio Exchange
8:01 minutes16. August 2011
VideoTV interviewFeminist Activists Voice Concerns About DSK Dismissed Charges, presented by NY1 Online   Video link deleted8:59 minutes24. August 2011
Vimeo videoPresentationWhen Women Are People… and Corporations Are Not: Why the First Inequality Will Also Be the Last, presented by Bioneers Live, host Nina Simons, Bioneers Conference 2011, San Rafael, CA35:27 minutesRecorded 14. October 2011
Posted 10. November 2011
YouTube videoInterviewWomen and the Financial Crisis, presented by TV station Bloomberg Television, host Stephanie Ruhle3:59 minutes8. November 2011
YouTube videoKeynote speech2012 Polly Wheeler Guth '44 Leader in Residence, presented by girl's school Chatham Hall, VA1:21:48Recorded 17. January 2012
Posted 19. April 2012
VideoPresentationFemale Authority Is Still Associated with Childhood, sponsored by Women In The World Conference, New York City, presented by The Daily Beast, Leslie Bennetts, New York City Recorded 8-10 March 2012
Posted 9. March 2012
YouTube videoKeynote speechGloria Steinem's Top Ten Fearbusters, presented at Pennsylvania Conference for Women, 201133:06 minutes6. March 2012
YouTube videoPresentationAn Evening with Gloria Steinem – Prevailing barriers to equality, sponsored by Vassar Chapel, Poughkeepsie, New York44:51 minutes Recorded 19. September 2012
Posted 28. September 2012
YouTube videoKeynote addressUniversity of Idaho Women's Center 40th Anniversary Celebration, sponsored by University of Idaho Women's Center 40th Anniversary Celebration, Moscow, Idaho
"Empathy is the most revolutionary emotion." Minute 55:50
1:32:14Recorded 4. October 2012
Posted 5. October 2012
YouTube vdeoTV interviewGloria Steinem & the 2012 Women's Media Awards!, event hosted by Anne Hathaway (*1982) US American actress, presented by US American TV show Good Day NY6:11 minutesRecorded 13. November 2012
Posted 15. November 2012
YouTube videoInterviewGloria Steinem Visits BG, sponsored by Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, 24. September 2012 presented by American TV station 13abc, host C. Williams2:36 minutes17. February 2013
YouTube videoTV interviewGloria Steinem – Author and feminist activist, presented by BBC News HARDtalk, host Stephen Sackur, London, GB24:56 minutes26. February 2013
YouTube videoPresentationFeminization of Poverty Revisited, sponsored by National Association of Social Workers, The Longest Revolution event, Washington D.C.33:37 minutesRecorded 20. March 2013
Posted 9. April 2013
YouTube videoCommencement speechGloria Steinem: The F Word: Feminism Today, sponsored by Simmons College, Boston, Massachusetts1:42:12Recorded 22. March 2013
Posted 22. April 2013
Vimeo video
Video topic clip
Keynote address
on rape culture
Trafficking Sex: Politics, Policy, Personhood via Women's Empowerment9, presented at two-day symposium Human Trafficking: Perspectives & Activism, sponsored by the Global Studies Center, Meridians, The Program for the Study of Woman and Gender, The Project for Women and Social Change, Afro-American Studies Department, and the Office of the Provost, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts
Human Trafficking
29:42 minutes
00:57 minutes
Recorded 18. April 2013
Posted 19. April 2013
Date unknown

 

Interne Links

Englisch Wiki

Hawkins

 

 

1 Siehe auch: Funktionsweisen der Psyche – Elizabeth Debold

2 Siehe auch Moralentwicklung von Frauen vs. Männern – Carol Gilligan

3 "[S]he [Marcus] distinguishes two types of masochism: authoritarian masochism and sexual masochism. Women are in Marcus' view an oppressed class, and any authoritarian masochism in individual females is a form of false consciousness. Since men (with the probable exception of masochistic males and homosexual males […]) are collectively the oppressing class, the authoritarian masochistic female quite "naturally" submits to her man and to men in general. […]
For her political sake she wants to lose her masochism, yet for her sexual sake she wants to keep it. She believes that men are ultimately responsible for female masochism. [I]f female masochism exists because men want to dominate women and they've somehow created an environment to assure this and to in fact trick women into wanting it themselves, what is the explanation for male masochism?" Review on A Taste for Pain: On Masochism and Female Sexuality, presented by dubnglas, 2001

4 See also: Ten core values for evolving women

5 See also Brain lateralization resulting in 2,500 years of split Western culture – Iain McGilchrist

6 Domination system ⇔ partnership system – Riane Eisler

7 See also: Three waves of American feminism – Gloria Steinem

8 See also Mature undivided love ⇔ immature divided romance

9 See also Quotes – Gloria Steinem

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