Daughters of Copper Woman
A myth for our times or a time of myth? Anne Cameron's retelling of Northwest Coast Indian myths in the Canadian classic, Daughters of Copper Woman has been met with both criticism and celebration for decades. First published in 1981, this beloved and controversial book has sold over 200,000 copies. Jungian analyst and Canadian storyteller, Muriel McMahon will explore these myths and address their psychological relevance for our times. In light of the National Inquiry into the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada, a scholarly examination of the intersection between fiction and truth, myth and meaning, and the trans-generational inheritance we carry, Daughters of Copper Woman, if nothing else, aims to awaken the social and spiritual power of women.