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Biblical Poetry by Janet MaiKa’i Rudolph

This blogpost is about biblical compositions and uncovering the wizard and spirit behind its messages. Why, you might ask, is this a project that belongs on a blog dedicated to feminism? I believe it does because it helps us to strip apart the many coatings of patriarchy with its attempts to hide and/ or alteration […]

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Glimpsing La Vièio ié Danso – “The Untouchable Wild Goddess” – in Jóusè d’Arbaud’s Beast of Vacarés by Joyce Zonana

Early in Jouse d’Arbaud’s 1926 Provencal novella, The Beast of Vacares, the narrator, a 15 th century gardian or bull herder, describes how in summer la Vieio ie danso–the Old Dancer — “can be glimpsed on the dazzle salt flats” that surrounding the Vacares lagoon in the Camargue part of Southern France. In a tone, […]