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Four decades of poetry and writings from prominent lesbian writer, poet, scholar and activist, Judy Grahn.
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Judy Grahn, Ph.D., is an internationally known poet, writer, and social theorist. Her work underpins several movements, including Gay, Lesbian, and Queer; Feminist/Woman-Centered; and Women’s Spirituality, but it has spread far beyond any of these. ISBN 9781879960800.
Professor Judy Grahn is a poet and author, and one of the founding Mothers of the Lesbian Feminist and Women’s Spirituality Movements in the United States. Judy Grahn holds an earned Ph.D. in Integral Studies with an Emphasis in Women’s Spirituality from California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco.
Judy Grahn initiated and participated in profound cultural shifts brought about by the women’s and gay rights movements of the 1960s and 70s. She participated in the formation of new institutions like the Women’s Press Collective, the Oakland Feminist Women’s Health Center, and A Woman’s Place Bookstore, and the creation of whole new ways of living including collective feminist households that cut through the political and social isolation women experience.
Judy does presentations and performs her work, especially with singer, songwriter, Anne Carol Mitchell. She collaborates with dancer, choreographer, Anne Bluethenthal, and with Dianne E. Jenett on Serpentina, Women-Centered Research for Everyone, sponsoring events, publications, mentoring groups, and study trips to South India.
Professor Judy Grahn teaches Creative Inquiry and Creative Writing in the Writing, Consciousness, and Creative Inquiry Program at California Institute of Integral Studies. She also teaches Metaformic Consciousness, her own philosophy, women’s mythology and ancient literature. Most recently, Judy is co-directing an online Master’s course in Women’s Spirituality. The Graduates of her courses use their degrees as a catalyst for change in themselves, in their communities, and in the world.
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