Author Archives: Individual Poet

Teaching Transformation: The Goddard Graduate Institute Book!

We have a lot of stories to tell about how and why we teach and learn at and beyond Goddard. Because we realized how precious, amazing, and revolutionary such stories are, we decided to put together a book, drawing on … Continue reading

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The Poison is the Medicine with Britta Love

Britta Love, a graduate of the Individualized MA who specialized in Consciousness Studies and Embodiment Studies, was recently interviewed on Goddard College’s radio station, WGDR, on the Magical Mystery Tour radio show. Listen to her fascinating interview about consciousness, sacred … Continue reading

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Health Arts and Sciences at the Visionary Edge with Sarah Van Hoy

Looking at the medical establishment and what health conditions so many struggle with, it’s clear we need new visions for health and healing. Here’s Sarah Van Hoy, GGI faculty, talking about what our students are focusing on in terms of … Continue reading

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The Agony and Ecstasy of Changing the World with Karen Campbell

So much is falling apart in so many ways in our world, from climate change accelerating, to the situation in Syria, to so many communities and rights threatened in the United States. Karen Campbell, GGI faculty member, talks about both … Continue reading

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Creating New Conversations in Health with Sarah Van Hoy

What new ways of envisioning health and illness do we need in our culture, and how can we generate those conversations in sufficient depth and vision? Here’s Sarah Van Hoy, GGI faculty, talking about what these new conversations are and … Continue reading

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Minna Dubin and #MomLists: Guerrilla Public Art to Explore the Reality of Motherhood

Minna Dubin, a graduate of the Individualized MA in Tranformative Language Arts, found herself feeling “in survival mode” a few years after giving birth to her first child. As a writer, performer, educator, and activist, she soon came up with … Continue reading

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500 Miles by Bike from Brooklyn to Goddard: Dan Kaminsky

Getting to a residency can take time, not to mention trains, planes and automobiles. Dan Kaminsky, a student in the Social Innovation and Sustainability MA Program, decided to forego the usual transportation to bike about 500 miles from his home … Continue reading

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