Category Archives: Deep Ecology & Bioregionalism

Place in Vibrant and Vulnerable Times: An Interdisciplinary Conversation

An oldie but goodie: Sonja Swift’s talk on place she gave as part of the Place panel at the February 2013 residency. Sonja completed her Individualized MA at Goddard that year and continued writing, talking, and serving. Read some of … Continue reading

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Interview with Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg

GGI Faculty Member, Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg was a featured poet on Negative Capability Press’ blog. AL: First things first, imagine we could have met anywhere in the world for this interview, where would it have been and what would we be … Continue reading

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Sarah Van Hoy Commencement Speech: The Nature of Ecological Mind

To our graduates – Barbara, Brighde, Erin, Jojo, Ray, Shakti, and Tim – you brought your questions, your care for the world, your insights and genius, your very radiant humanity. We are moved by your work and we are honored … Continue reading

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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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Tim Simmons and Pamela Booker on Goddard Radio Show

Karla Haas Moskowitz recently interviewed GGI students Tim Simmons and visiting scholar Pamela Booker on ways of knowing strategies for changing the world, and what it means to be a change agent. The interviews, on the radio show “Ethereal,” a … Continue reading

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Guest Scholar Pamela Booker on Eco-Meditations and “Where’s Your Tree?”

Pamela Booker, MFA, our visiting scholar for the spring 2017 residency, is an author, educator, performance artist, and Lambda Literary Awards Finalist as well as an urban growing-sustainability enthusiast, Reiki healer and herbalist. Last past fall, she was co-plenary speaker … Continue reading

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Graduating Student Presentations: Worker Cooperatives, Finding Food, Design for Social Change, and Healing the Soul

Asking, We Walk: An Exploration in Organizing, Cooperatives and How to Live, with Graduating Student Dan Kaminsky. This presentation will look at the worker cooperative as a form of anti-capitalist social change. We will then delve into a bit of … Continue reading

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