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the Woman's Building 1727 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, California 90012 221-6161 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 5, 1987 CONTACT: Suzanne Robertson 213/221-6161 LECTURE SERIES: VARIATIONS OF THE GODDESS This six-part lecture series will be presented at the Woman's Building on January 8 & 22, February 12 & 26, and March 12 & 26, at 8 p.m. The Woman's Building is located at 1727 North Spring Street in downtown Los Angeles. Individual lectures are $4/$5 for non-members, and the series price, $20/$25 non-members. SCHEDULE: January 8 " Spiritwoman of the Deighton: The Goddess in Australian Aboriginal Cave Painting " by J. Lynne Boylan, psychologist and explorer. " The Goddess & The Snake: Reclaiming the Serpent's Healing Power ", by Cheryl Purdue, psychotherapist and author. January 22 " Danu, Ancient Goddess of the Waters " by Miriam Robbins Dexter, Ph.D Classics, USC and author. " In Service of the Goddess: A Portrait/Interview Series on Contemporary Women " by Maureen Murdoch, psychotherapist and artist. February 12 " Coatlicue: Aztec Spectrum of Life Forces " by Zena Pearlstone, Ph.D., Native American Art - UCLA and administrator. " Yemoja, an African Goddess: Her Power, Influence and Transformation in the New World " by Mikelle Smith-Omari, Ph.D., art and black studies. February 26 " Marks of Civilization: Women, Scarification, and Art in Northern Nigeria " by Marla C. Berns, Ph.D., art history, art curator, author. " Goddess Images of Tibet " by Meibao D. Nee, artist and explorer. March 12 " The Sun Goddess: A New Vied of the Cosmic Feminine " by Patricia Monaghan, author and explorer. PRESS RELEASE
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