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Lost goddesses book launch

Lost goddesses book launch

Trudy Jacobson, an anthropologist who has

both lived and worked in Cambodia, will present and sign copies of her

new book, Lost Goddesses: the Denial of Female Power in Cambodian

History, at Monument Books at 6:30pm tonight. Based on Jacobson's

doctoral thesis, this is the first book to address the issue of women's

power in Cambodian history and why their social position today is far

from equitable, states the Asian Studies book services website.


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