Edited by Safron Rossi, PhD, executive director of the Opus Archives and Research Center, Goddesses shows how Campbell traced the blossoming from one Great Goddess to the many goddesses of the mythic imagination. The book follows the feminine divine from Neolithic Old Europe into Sumerian and Egyptian mythology, through Homer’s epic Odyssey, the Greek Eleusinian Mystery cult, Arthurian legends of the Middle Ages, and into the Neoplatonic Renaissance. 


Joseph Campbell (1904–1987) is widely credited with bringing mythology to a mass audience. His works, including The Hero with a Thousand Faces and The Power of Myth (with Bill Moyers), rank among the classics in mythology and literature. 

Editor Safron Rossi, Ph.D., is associate core faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute in the Depth Psychology, Jungian, and Archetypal Studies program where she teaches courses on mythology and depth psychology. She is also curator of collections at Opus Archives & Research Center, home of the Joseph Campbell library and manuscript collection.