Category Archives: Epistemology (how we know what we know)

A Transdisciplinary Look at the Oracle and the Architect: Tiffany Beard

“Movies, songs, dances, and the like have all been used to send important messages. Artists have the difficult honor of performing checks and balances regarding the system in which they exist. Art is also a means to celebrate unity, even … Continue reading

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Scenes From a Residency

The IMA residency ended in the stillness and quiet of heavily-falling snow after all residency activities were suspended on Thursday due to the approaching storm. While many students and faculty stayed over last night for a snowy slumber party of … Continue reading

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Experiential Yoga Anatomy & Sarah Tacy

Sarah Tacy, a current Individualized MA student in the Consciousness Studies concentration, has a new video about her anatomy program in Costa Rica. She leads Experiential Yoga Anatomy for the Multi-Dimensional Being. An in-depth, two week, 100hr, experiential yoga anatomy … Continue reading

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Watch Danielle Boutet Discuss Knowledge that Matters and Connects

As I walked through the cafeteria this morning, I heard the buzz from one table to the next. “There is no knowledge without the knowledge of knowledge,” one of the students was telling her friend, quoting Danielle Boutet quoting Edgar Morin. … Continue reading

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Danielle Boutet: Alchemy, Art and Knowledge That Matters and Connects

Danielle Boutet is concerned with knowledge that makes sense, means something, and connects us to ourselves and the world. Furthermore, this kind of knowledge isn’t so much in librairies and research papers, but is embodied in knowers. “We all have … Continue reading

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Danielle Boutet & Susan Moul: Two Special Guests at Upcoming Residency

Lecture and Discussion: Knowledge that Matters, Makes Sense and Connects: Transdisciplinarity and Complexity in Individualized Studies, with Visiting Scholar, Dr. Danielle Boutet, Ph.D. The IMA program offers students the opportunity to research their own passions and craft their own programs … Continue reading

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An Interview with Ruth Farmer

IMA director Ruth Farmer is featured in an interview with Susan Moul, IMA graduate and co-founder of The Magazine of Yoga. Come visit the site and read Part 1 of the interview here. Ruth tells us of IMA students, “Those … Continue reading

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Hybrid Arts Learning at Goddard for Tiffany Beard

Tiffany Beard, a first semester student in the Transformative Language Arts concentration, just started a blog and wrote an article for examiner.com in Washington, D.C. entitled “Hybrid Arts Learning Found At Goddard College.” Here’s a photo of Tiffany at the … Continue reading

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Workshops From Recent Residency: A World of Change In Action — A Sampling

Here’s a sampling of workshops just offered at the August residency for IMA: Qualitative Research Methodology with IMA Faculty Member Karen Campbell: Research projects with human subjects are often the focus of IMA theses: An African American lesbian interviewed African … Continue reading

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Trust the Process: What Starting Goddard Is Really Like

>Joanna Young, a new student in the Individualized MA, wrote this blog about what she experienced when starting Goddard. Check out her blog to see how it all turns out! How do even begin to write about my week? It … Continue reading

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