Author Archives: Individual Poet

Waking in the Forest, Survivor Magic, Plant Medicine, Feminist Solidarity, and Movement and Meaning: Student Workshops at the Spring 2018 Residency

Here’s a sampling of some of the workshops presented by students at the Spring 2018 residency in February at Goddard College: Awake in the Forest: Practices for Deepening Your Bond with Nature, HAS student, Micah Mortali. In this workshop we … Continue reading

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Leadership, Progressive Education, and Asking Important Questions: Ruth Farmer, Director of GGI

“A good leader leaves a path for the brilliance of others,” explains Ruth Farmer in this podcast interview with Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg. Here she elaborates on how collaborative community can think together about important issues and take part in real dialogue, … Continue reading

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Kyle Bella and Our Viral Lives

Kyle Bella, who recently graduated from the Social Innovation and Sustainability MA program, recently shared his graduating student presentation virtually after presenting “Our Viral Lives” — an online archive he launched in December of 2014 — during his February 2018 … Continue reading

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Podcast: Lisa Evers and the Comfort Quest

Listen to a lively interview with Lisa Evers and Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg in which Lisa discusses her Comfort Quest, a revolutionary new way for people struggling with pain and discomfort to aim their attention toward greater comfort and peace. You can … Continue reading

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What Love, Transgressions, and Lucidity Have to Do With Real Education: James Sparrell’s Commencement Speech

GGI Faculty member James (Jim) Sparrell speaks about how “learning itself if fundamentality relationship, and this is one of the ways a Goddard education challenges traditional education” in his commencement address at the Spring 2018 Graduation Ceremony. Listen to Jim … Continue reading

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Podcast: Conflict Resolution, the Power of Numbers, and the I-Ching

Today, we launch our podcast series, featuring interviews with GGI students, alumni, and faculty. Here is faculty member Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg interviewing student Ryan Richards. Listen to the podcast here. Ryan Richards, a Health Arts and Sciences student, shares his visionary … Continue reading

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Faculty Workshops at the Spring 2018 Residency

The AI Revolution: Will Machines Think and Dream? with Faculty Member, Francis X. Charet. The emergence of Artificial Intelligence and its technological applications raises some fundamental, intriguing and troubling questions. We are now entering a stage of modern technology that … Continue reading

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