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Claudia Guerra on the Soul of Place, Community, and Cultural History

Claudia Guerra came to Goddard to study Consciousness Studies and left to go onto a job as San Antonio’s first cultural historian. She speaks here about Duende, the deep soul of place and community, and how this speaks to her … Continue reading

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Visiting Scholars Claudia Guerra on Mapping for Social Justice and Cultural Sustainability, and Yvette Hyater-Adams on Transforming Narratives

Our fall 2016 residency features two powerful visiting scholars, both Goddard alumni who have made and continue to make significant differences in the world: Claudia Guerra, and Yvette Hyater-Adams. Claudia Guerra (IMA-CS ‘11) graduated from the Goddard College IMA program … Continue reading

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Why Am I Here?: The Duende at the Heart of Place, Consciousness and Home with Claudia Guerra

IMA graduating student Claudia Guerra presented today on Duende, the Spanish word for “having soul,” or heightened expression, emotion and aliveness, often associated with Flamenco dancing. Yet Claudia, a consciousness studies student, drew this word to place that moment and place where consciousness, memory, … Continue reading

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