Category Archives: Feminism, Women’s & Gender Studies

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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GGI Students and Alumni Launch Hematopoiesis, New Digital Publication

Hematopoiesis is the body’s method of creating new blood cells. As a digital publication, our intention is to uplift marginalized voices and center the political and creative conversation in embodiment. Our team of editors include current Goddard students Brighde Moffat … Continue reading

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Why I Marched: Joanna Tebbs Young

Joanna Tebbs Young, a graduate of GGI in Transformative Language Arts, recently published an article on “Why I Matched” in the Rutland Reader, where she’s a regular contributor. She wrote, …..I, along with everyone else there that day, believe in … Continue reading

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Women’s March: New York City by Kelly McDowell

So many Goddard students and faculty participated in the January 21st Women’s March in marches across the country. This series highlights some of those marches. Kelly McDowell is a Social Innovation and Sustainability student who attended the New York City … Continue reading

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Women’s March in Washington, D.C. with Jan Booth.

So many Goddard students and faculty participated in the January 21st Women’s March in marches across the country. This series highlights some of those marches. Here are notes on being part of the Washington, D.C. march by Health Arts and … Continue reading

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Women’s March in Washington, D.C. with Taina Asili

So many Goddard students and faculty participated in the January 21st Women’s March in marches across the country. This series highlights some of those marches. Taina Asili, a graduate of the Individualized MA in Transformative Language Arts, not only marched … Continue reading

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Women’s March: Topeka, Kansas by Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg

So many Goddard students and faculty participated in the January 21st Women’s March in marches across the country. This series highlights some of those marches. Here is faculty member Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg’s account of the march in Topeka, Kansas: Topeka, Kansas … Continue reading

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