Rachel Bagby

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"Rachel Bagby, J.D., author of Divine Daughters, is a vocal artist, poet, composer, ecological activist, and mountain’s daughter. Bagby studied the nexus of belief and value systems, societal behavioral codes, and social change at Stanford Law School, from which she graduated in 1983. Her works articulate the challenges and joys of cultivating “homefulness:” restorative relationships between nature and culture. She’s contributed articles to several anthologies, including "Nature and the Human Spirit: Toward an Expanded Land Management Ethic" (Venture Publishing, State College, PA, 1995); "Circles of Strength: Community Alternatives to Alienation" (New Society Publishing, Phila., PA 1993); "Reweaving the World: The Emergence of Ecofeminism" (Sierra Club Books, San Francisco, CA 1990); and "Healing the Wounds" (New Society Publishing, Santa Cruz, CA: 1989)." [1]

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  1. Advisory Council, Center for Contemplative Mind in Society, accessed November 14, 2011.
  2. New Stories Advisory Board, organizational web page, accessed September 19, 2013.