John Lobell addresses how new technology changes our consciousness, which in turn leads to cultural paradigm shifts. He is the author of Visionary Creativity. He was married to Mimi.
Cristina Biaggi, Ph.D., is a respected and recognized author and speaker on the subjects of the Great Goddess, Neolithic and Paleolithic prehistory, and the origin and impact of patriarchy on contemporary life. She was a long time colleague of Mimi.
Joseph Campbell Foundation
Joseph Campbell wrote and lectured on comparative mythology and religion. He refined Jung’s notion of archetypes. He was highly influential on Mimi and she attended many of his lectures. His key book is The Hero with a Thousand Faces. Mimi attended his lectures and was influenced by him.
Marija Gimbutas was a Lithuanian-American archaeologist known for her research into the Neolithic goddess centered cultures. Her work was influential on Mimi and Mimi attended conferences with her.
Archaeoastronomy is the study of how ancient cultures understood phenomena in the sky and responded to those understandings in the construction of their monuments. A key figure in Archeoastronomy is Anthony Aveni https://www.anthonyfaveni.com with whom Mimi attended many conferences.
Mimi studied architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. At that time architecture was presented in the Graduate School of Fine Arts (GFA). That school is now called PennDesign.
Pratt Institute School of Architecture
Mimi taught in the School of Architecture at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn New York.
Architectural Archives at the University of Pennsylvania
This archive has Mimi’s work.
New York Open Center
Between 1988 and 1990 Mimi did a series of lectures at the Open Center on the Secrets of World Architecture covering:
• Ancient Egypt • The Dogon of Mali • The Cosmic Mountain of Sumer & Shamanism • The Hindu Temple • The Buddhist Stupa • Pueblos and Moundbuilders • Land of the Feathered Serpent • The Inca and Their Ancestors • Sacred Places of the Great Goddess
Additional lectures and workshops at the Open Center included:
• The Chakras of Architecture • Goddesses, Stars, and Megaliths • Spatial Archetypes (all-day workshop) • Spirit in Architecture (all-day workshop)
Unfortunately this was before the time of easy videoing–they would have a huge viewership on YouTube today. But they all drew large audiences at the time.