Cristina Biaggi’s upcoming schedule for 2002 - 2003

October 12 & 13, 2002
Mankato, MN – Women’s Spirituality Conference
Lecture: “How Did the Black Sea Flood Affect the Kurgan Culture and Why Did they Become Warlike?”

November 1 – 15, 2002
Lecture Tour and Gay Games – Australia
November 14th at The University of Australia in Canberra, Gender Studies Center.
Lecture: “A Woman's Lineage: Following the Great Goddess
Into Contemporary Art and Activism.”

November 2 – 9, 2002
Participant: Martial Arts “3rd Dan and up”

Spring 2003
Publication: Papers presented in June 2002 at the Liguria Study Center, Bogliasco Italy on Archeomythology
“How Did the Black Sea Flood Affect the Kurgan Culture and Why Did they Become Warlike?” as Dr. Biaggi’s contribution

May 27 – June 21, 2003
Art Show: “9111116” Images Inspired by 9/11/01 & 11/16/01
Ceres Gallery, 584-88 Broadway, Suite 306, NYC
Opening reception: Saturday, May 31st, 5 – 7 pm.

June 14 – September 7, 2003
Art Show: “Human Nest”
Byrdcliffe Arts Colony, Upper Byrdcliffe Road, Woodstock, NY
contact: Catherine Callahan, Gallery Director: 845.679.2079

Fall 2004
Publication: From the Kurgan to the Taliban: A History of Male-Dominant Cultures and Their Impact on All Our Lives

Cristina Biaggi has been intrigued about the origins of patriarchy for many years, devoting herself to studying the past in places such as Crete, the Middle East, and the steppe lands of Russia for clues to the origin of male dominance. Now she is expanding her efforts by inviting a wide range of scholars, historians, and philosophers to join her in this important work by contributing to a comprehensive study of patriarchy — here defined as a culture based on male dominance — and its implications for the present international situation.


Goddess Mound Construction
We are in discussion with people regarding a possible site at Capilla del Monte in Argentina, an area known for its mysticism and beauty.
We’ll keep you posted; however, we are still seeking other possibilities and certainly do not rule out – depending on outside financial contribution – constructing more than one!