Published Papers and New Media
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Meeting Elmer Green (PDF) – WINN (What is Needed Now), January 2022.
The Yelin Family Torah: Gilah’s Story (PDF) – Medium.com, August 2021.
An Artist’s Styles of Discourse: Words, Strokes, Images, Action: A Quiver of Expressive Media Probing the Unknown (PDF) – The Polish Journal of Aesthetics, 62 (March, 2021): 103-116 edited by Tatiana Denisova and Ioannis Vandoulakis.
Brush or Pen: 1000 Strokes or a Thousand Words? (PDF) – International Journal of Healing and Caring, January 2021 issue Volume 21, No. 1.
Green Tara and the Dalai Lama’s Biographer, (PDF) – International Journal of Healing and Caring, September 2020 issue Volume 20, No. 3
In Others’ Shoes – an essay by Gilah Yelin Hirsch about profiling and considering one’s own biased culpability. Published on the WINN (What is Needed Now), September
The Raven’s Gift, (also titled Birdman’s Proposal) is an essay in which a true event is reconsidered in terms of wider meaning. Published on the WINN blog (What Is Needed Now), August
Materiality vs. Spirituality: Eskimo Cultural Suicide in Nunavut with No Word or Concept for Future, (PDF) International Society for Academic Research on Shamanism (ISARS) Expanding Boundaries: Ethnicity, Materiality and Spirituality, Vietnam Museum of Ethnology (VME) Hanoi, Vietnam, December 1-4, 2017
Imaging the Nature of Health Toward Social Harmony, Symmetry: Art and Science, The Journal of the International Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry (International Symmetry Society), editors, Ioannis Vandoulakis and Denes Nagy
Symmetry and Social Harmony, 10th International Congress/Festival – Symmetry: Art and Science, Adelaide, Australia, editor: Lynn Maurice Ferguson Arnold
Eskimos Have No Word for Future: Should We? (PDF English) (PDF Russian) – Modern Tales of the North magazine, Holodok, N1 (14) p. 54 – 57, Russia
Artist as Shaman in Community: Restoring Life, (PDF) ISARS (International Society for Academic Research on Shamanism) conference, European Cultural Centre of Delphi, Greece ECCD, Greece, October 9-13, 2015
Artist as Shaman, (PDF) Art and Shamanhood (Bibliotheca Shamanistica), edited by Elvira Eevr Djaltchinova-Malec and Mihaly Hoppal, Vol. 14, pp. 309-328, Publishers: Academia Kiado, Polish Institute of World Art Studies & Tako Publishing House, Budapest – Warsaw – Torun.
Artist as Scientist in a Reflective Universe: A Process of Discovery, (PDF) Leonardo Journal (MIT Press), April 2014, Vol. 47, No. 2, pages 118-128
Ominous to Numinous: Cultural Contradictions and Indigenous Truths: Ritual, Induction, Intentionality, Placebo, and Image in Global Healing, (PDF) ISSR Conference, Guiyang, China: Traditional Rituals and Spiritual Harmony in the Changing Globalized Word, September 6-9, 2013
Artist as Shaman – Conjuring Healing: Imagery, Bio-theology, Health and “Right Action,” (PDF) Medical Anthropology & Bioethics Institute of Ethnology & Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences website, chief editor V. Kharitonova
Cosmography: A Hypothesis on the Origin of Alphabet, Athens Institute for Education & Research Conference Paper Series ART 2012-0086
A Conjecture on the Relation Between Bodhicitta and Calcium: Cultural Interlocutors of Health and “Right Action,” (PDF) Consciousness: Cultural and Therapeutic Perspectives, editor Prof. Dagmar Eigner, publisher Peter Lang, International Academic Publications
Artist as Shaman – Conjuring Healing: Imagery, Bio-theology, Health and “Right Action,” (PDF) Collections of Foreign Studies on Shamanism, Chinese translation, chief editor Dr. Guo Shuyun, Dalian Nationalities University, China, Xue Chu Ban She, publisher
Studio Art Class of 2011 – Exhibition Opening, (PDF) California State University Dominguez Hills
Bio-theology, Imagery & Healing, (PDF) Community Address, Vol. 21, #1, Journal of Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine
Artist as Shaman – Conjuring Healing: Imagery, Bio-theology, Health and “Right Action,” (PDF) Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Ethnology & Anthropology, chief editor, V. I. Kharitonova
Biotheology, Imagery and Healing, (PDF) ISSSEEM Journal of Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine, Volume Twenty-One, Number One Community Address
Bio-theology, Imagery, and Healing: An Exploration into the Relationship Between Calcium and Bodhicitta, Health and “Right Action,” Shaman: Journal of the International Society for Shamanistic Research, Adam Molnar editor
Conversation with Kuno: A Lesson in Compassion and Forgiveness with Celia Coates and Lucia Thornton, Bridges Magazine, Issue 3, p. 4, ISSSEEM, Boulder, CO
Eskimos Have No Word or Concept for Future: Cultural Suicide in Nunavut, (PDF) Journal of Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, (English and Russian) Russian Academy of Sciences, Center for Medical Anthropology, Moscow, Russia
Appreciation of Winston Hewitt, Winston Hewitt website
Eskimos Have No Word or Concept for Future: Cultural Suicide in Nunavut, (PDF) Center for the Anthropology of Consciousness, Thresholds of Consciousness, San Diego, CA Center for Environmental Energy Medicine Studies, Council Grove Conference, KS
Riffin’ in the Landscape, Jeffrey Hessing, Catalogue essay, Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
Mind to Meme: Uncovering the Origins of Shared Consciousness Between Judaism and Tibetan Buddhism, (PDF) Towards a Science of Consciousness Conference, Tucson, AZ
Diamond Series, Waxwing Editions, online literary and arts magazine, Spring, 2002
Proprioception, Reflection, Recognition: The Positive Affect of Paradigmatic Form – A Personal Foray into Art, Healing and the Mystery of the White Spheres, (PDF) The International Journal of Healing and Caring, Spring edition, Dan Benor, MD, editor
A Conjecture on the Relation Between Bodhicitta and Calcium: Cultural Interlocutors of Health and “Right Action,” (PDF) Toward a Science of Consciousness: Consciousness and its Place in Nature, Skovde, Sweden
Consciousness: Nature Impassioned – In Our Own Image, (PDF) Toward a Science of Consciousness: Consciousness and Its Place in Nature, Skovde, Sweden
Proprioception, Reflection, Recognition: The Positive Affect of Paradigmatic Form – A Personal Foray into Art, Healing and the Mystery of the White Spheres, (PDF) Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness, Tucson, AZ
Bringing the Himalayas Home, Solimar Magazine, Spring, special preview issue
Paintings, Gold Coast Review, online literary and arts magazine, California State University San Bernardino, CA
Proprioception, Reflection, Recognition: The Positive Affect of Paradigmatic Form – A Personal Foray into Art, Healing and the Mystery of the White Spheres, (PDF) Life Sciences Institute Council Grove Conference, KS
Proprioception, Reflection, Recognition: The Lineaments of Form – From Exile to Independence, (PDF) Silver Anniversary International Whitehead Conference: Process Thought and the Common Good, Center for Process Studies, Claremont, CA
Gilah Yelin Hirsch on Beauty, Form, Creativity, Focus on Art, Spring 1997, Vol. 2, No. 1
The Nature of Beauty, An Artist’s Book of Inspiration, Lindisfarne Press, editor, Astrid Fitzgerald
The Illusion of Potential: The Delusion of the Creative Person in Relationship, (PDF) The Quest: Philosophy, Science, Religion, Arts, Vol. 5, 13, pp. 78-83, William Metzger, editor
Ruth Weisberg, American Women Artists: The 20th Century, Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN
Kyoto: The City of Spiritual Business, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, December 7, 1986
Persistence of Time and Memory: The Art of Ruth Weisberg, Women’s Art Journal, Winter issue
Ruth Weisberg, Images and Issues Magazine, Winter
Thin Air, Pitzer College, Claremont, CA, Philosophy of Ecology course text
Emily Carr, Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol. 6, 75-87, New York, NY
Metamagic exhibition curator and catalog writer/designer, California State University Dominguez Hills, Carson (Los Angeles), CA
Bruria Finkel, Artweek, October
The Pararational, Visionary and Mystical Perspective, California State University Dominguez Hills, External Degree Program, Carson, (Los Angeles) CA, publisher
Emily Carr, Feminist Art Journal, No. 2, Summer, 28-31
Joan of Art Seminars, Artweek