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

Faculty Workshops for Our Fall 2012 Residency

Highlights of faculty workshops at our upcoming residency with Individualized MA, Socially Responsible Business & Communities and Health Arts & Sciences faculty in our combined residency Aug. 3-10. A Brief History of Sustainability, with faculty member Ralph H. Lutts: Sustainability … Continue reading

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Lise Weil on Why Christa Wolf Matters: Diagnosing the Darkness and Telling the Truth

Lise Weil, IMA faculty, writes, “’Literature today must be peace research,’ Christa Wolf pronounced in her Buchner Prize speech. More than any other writer I know, she showed me what it is to be a writer of conscience.” Here is … Continue reading

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Toward a Noetic Ecology wtih Jeremy Johnson

Jeremy Johnson, a current Individualized MA student in the Consciousness Studies concentration, has just posted a great video on his studies, discussing “Cultural evolution, cyborgs, technology & consciousness: exploring what possibilities our era brings to us.” Here’s how he begins … Continue reading

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Goddard President Knows “Trust the Process” From Her Own Experience

The Chronicle of Higher Education recently posted part 1 of a podcast with Barbara Vacarr, president of Goddard College, in which Barbara tells her own story of education: one that involves dropping out of high school at age 15, earning … Continue reading

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Life After Goddard & Goddard’s Influence in Colombia: Juliana Borrero, Part II

I felt like a fish who had finally found the water when I went to a week-long event of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics in Bogota in 2009. Here I was able to share ideas, discuss theory, learn, … Continue reading

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What I Learned At Goddard: Autobiography of My Tongue by Juliana Borrero, Part 1

My Goddard work was about language. I wanted to find ways to revitalize language, returning it to its deep power of transformation in theory as well as in practice. This led me to recover the role of the subject and … Continue reading

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Truthseekers, Wake Up!: Eric Dalke & Recovering Our Knowledge

“For as long as he can remember, Eric Dalke has been trying to figure out why the voice floating inside his own skull has sounded far more knowledgeable and kind than the condescending sounds leaping out at him from the … Continue reading

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