Tag Archives: Matthew Dineen

Passions and Wonder after Goddard: A Conversation with IMA alum Kelly Johnson (‘12)

I met Kelly Johnson on my first day at Goddard in February 2012. It was her last semester in the Individualized MA program and we were in Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg’s advising group together. We immediately became friends after figuring out that … Continue reading

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Place: Autonomy and Belonging

“When I hear ‘Place’ as a concept, my mind processes it on the macro level. It might be an awkward suggestion, because of its reduction to rhyme, but I see Place as a collection of spaces; of microcosms within the larger … Continue reading

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Fear, Resistance, Action and Change in Chicago: Reports by Matthew Dineen

Matthew Dineen, a current student in the Individualized MA Program, has been on the scene in Chicago, reporting on the May Day March, People’s Summit and NATO Week of Action, which happened in early May. Writing for Toward Freedom, a … Continue reading

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