The discourse on a matriarchal or gynocentric prehistory, on the other hand, extends back to nineteenth century works such as the far-from-feminist Mother Right by Jacob Bachofen
An uninscribed portrait of Anand Dev of Bahu, previously in the Bachofen
Collection, ascribed by Goswamy and Fischer to the Early Bahu Master, is here attributed to the Master of the Swirling Skies (figure 7).
Dubai: Helle Bachofen
von Echt, a Dubai resident, created waves in the local cycling fraternity when she qualified for the UCI World Championships for Amateurs to be held in Slovenia in August.
While engaging the audience during a session on climate comedy using a game called 'Bitten', Pablo Suarez and Carina Bachofen
of the Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre, demonstrated how and why participatory games can be useful in communicating climate change.
But the concept was known long before that period to Johann Jakob Bachofen
in Switzerland (Bachofen
, 1861) whose theory of cultural evolution inspired a whole generation of ethnologists and anthropologists including Henry Lewis Morgan (Ancient Society) and Friedrich Engels (Origins of the Family, Private Property and the State).
impacting vulnerable human communities and ecosystems," says Carina Bachofen
And the Bachofen
quote: "The East pays homage to the natural position, which the West replaced with the historical .
During such transitions, TV operators "have to stretch their dollars to get on the air", agrees Ralph Bachofen
, Triveni Digital's vice-president and head of marketing, who had spoken on the topic at last year's BroadcastAsia International Conference in Singapore.
Myth, matriarchy and modernity; Johann Jakob Bachofen
in German culture, 1860-1945.
Creuzer's Symbolism and the Matriarchy of the old Bachofen
, Jacob Burckhardt's History of Greek Culture and Erwin Rohde's Psyche (the magnum opus of Nietzsche's friend from his university days, who warned him early on: "You don't deduce enough.
JOHAN JAKOB BACHOFEN
, DAS MUTTERRECHT (1861) (Mutterrecht translates to "Mother Right.
Though Basel was a small university, and could seem so provincial that its professor of philosophy, Gustav Teichmuller, was glad to leave his chair for one in Dorpat (now Tartu in Estonia), it had a remarkable intellectual tradition in which the names of Johann Jakob Bachofen
and Jacob Burckhardt are pre-eminent.