Category Archives: Podcasts

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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Embodiment, Audio Storytelling, Ethics, Playback Theater, Phenomenology, Perception, Singing & Right Livelihood: A Sampling of Faculty Workshops

Here’s a sampling of faculty workshops offered at the spring 2016 residency. Embodiment Colloquium, with faculty member Lise Weil. The embodiment colloquium is an informal gathering held every residency to investigate and promote the new field of embodiment studies. Come … 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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Jim Sparrell: Vocation, Avocation & the Stories of Our Lives

>Jim Sparrell, IMA faculty member, recently spoke about the connections between vocation and avocation when he delivered the Commencement Address for the August, 2009 graduation of the Individualized MA Program. A psychologist who specializes in narrative therapy, and works with … Continue reading

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Poet Laureate of Kansas: Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg

>IMA faculty member and founder and coordinator of Transformative Language Arts Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg has just begun a two-year term as Kansas Poet Laureate. Appointed by the governor after being recommended by the Kansas Arts Commission, the poet laureate travels around … Continue reading

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Podcast: Alexandra Hartman on Film, Poetry and the Disobedient Body

>Listen to this new podcast on Alexandra Hartman’s journey from poetry and web design to filmmaking and the disobedient body. Alex’s website, and her entire 33-minute film — The Word Made Flesh, an be viewed at her website. Her studies … Continue reading

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>We are thrilled to announce that we’re now be sharing regular podcasts on WorldsofChange features, including special audio pieces (such as music created by our graduates and students). Please check in regularly, and subscribe to our blog so you can … Continue reading

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