Mythological Studies Journal:

Mythological Studies Journal (Volume X) 2022

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72 pages Perfect-bound
Literature & Writing
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What might emerge beyond the limits of our conscious agency? Articles in this volume include: Jennifer Maile Kaku brings us an Egyptian snake goddess reigning from a desert mountain, who invites reverent exploration of the relationship between the sacred and the land. Paul Woolsey Davison shares his conversation with a Germanic Valkyrie who raises her spear, not in service and subservience to an egotistical All-Father, but as a way-shower of the feminisms yet to come. In Caitlinn Renée Curry’s piece, the son of the Christian god returns and asks to be seen in their plurality and queerness rather than as a blunt tool of a hyper-masculinized patriarchy intent on categorization. James Peters engages with the characters of Nigerian writer Chinua Achebe, who weave a rich mythos demonstrating pre-colonial Igbo rituals, oral traditions, and ontology. Additional articles include reflections on the Nativity, Stephen King’s Dark Tower mythos, and Webtoon Lore Olympus.

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