Slavic Wool leggings The 1st pair of socks recorded was said to be have been made from animal skins-Greek poet Hesido 8th century BC called piloi made from matted animal hair. The Slavic women weavers to this day gather the wool from the sheep and spin into yarn. The [...read more]
Artist: Erin Hilleary Watch Video Introducing The Kolo: WCCC work centering women as resources to pivot potentials and trajectories through collaborative efforts stemming the fall out of catastrophe in a world of increasing violence.
We know more than we can tell South Slavic Women Balkan War Crimes & War Survivors & WWII Holocaust A span of sixteen years in working with the trauma survivors from Novi Travnik, Bosnia treating trauma from a forensic psychobiological and oral memory traditions approach investigates the survivors’ [...read more]
Intensified Learning- Oral Memory Traditions:Play While the Coalitional Play Fighting and the Evolution of Coalitional Intergroup Aggression study hits on the backbone of my kolo informed trauma care and research, it fails to point out the patriarchal hijacking of culture. Culture is created by females due to their [...read more]
At Lepenski Vir many Fish Goddesses artifacts and graves were found reveling in the aquatic lushness of the Danube river gorges. Perhaps, as a tribute to the huge water reservoir, the Fish Goddesses were important relics for burials and a part of the architectural structures consisting of temples [...read more]
In my books and journal publications I write and offer evidence based research indicating how women, especially, as caretakers are the culture creators and healers thus healing trauma in themselves, their families and communities. When I bore witness to the survivors of impossible trauma and violence I could [...read more]