All of these books can be ordered at Academy HAGIA.
The whole of the work of Heide Goettner-Abendroth is collected and kept in the "MatriArchiv" in the Cantonal Library of St. Gallen/Switzerland.
Matriarchal Societies. Indigenous Cultures across the Globe.
Verlag Peter Lang, New York 2012
This book presents the results of Heide Goettner-Abendroth’s pioneering research in the field of modern matriarchal studies, based on a new definition of „matriarchy“ as true gender-egalitarian societies. Accordingly, matriarchal societies should not be regarded as mirror images of patriarchal ones, as they have never needed patriarchy’s hierarchical structures of domination. On the contrary, matriarchal patterns are socially egalitarian, economically balanced, and politically based on consensus decisions. They have been created by women and are founded on maternal values. This new perspective on matriarchal societies is developed step by step by the analysis of extant indigenous cultures in Asia, Africa, and the Americas.
Societies of Peace. Matriarchies Past, Present and Future
Inanna Publications and Educations Inc., Toronto/Canada 2009
This book includes the speeches from the First and Second World Congress on Matriarchal Studies 2003 and 2005. It is an outstanding representation of the intellectual sharing of matriarchal-indigenous and non-indigenous scholars from all over the world in their knowledge on matriarchal societies. There is a wealth of insightful work on past and present matriarchal societies, which makes this book a powerful life-affirming political one.
|2007||The Way to an Egalitarian Society. Principles and Practice |
of a Matriarchal Politics
Broschure, Edition Hagia, Winzer / Germany
|1995||The Goddess and Her Heros. |
Matriarchal Religion in Mythology, Fairy-Tales and Poetry
Anthony Publishing Company, Stow USA
Distribution in Europe: Edition AMALIA, Breitengasse 32,
2540 Grenchen b. Solothurn/Switzerland
|1991||The Dancing Goddess. Principles of a Matriarchal Aesthetic |
Beacon Press, Boston USA