Tag Archives: Rhonda Patzia

Getting Naked & Telling the Truth with Jeanne Chambers & Rhonda Patzia

Jeanne Chambers and Rhonda Patzia were students together in the IMA, both in the Transformative Language Arts concentration. While Jeanne focused on storytelling, story catching, autoethnography and ethics, Rhonda’s study bridged TLA and embodiment studies, combining photography and creative writing … Continue reading

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Embodiment Studies: Being a Body

One of the emerging fields of study in the world is right at home in Goddard’s IMA Program. Embodiment Studies within the IMA program investigates the experience and implications of “being a body” is the brainchild of faculty member Ellie … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Writing, Creativity & Imagination, Embodiment Studies & Body Image, Feminism, Women's & Gender Studies, Filmmaking, Memoir, Life Writing & Autobiography, Philosophy & Neurophilosophy, Poetry, Sexuality & Erotic Studies | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Lise Weil & Trivia: Voices of Feminism

Lise Weil, IMA faculty, had a revelation 26 years ago: “The essays that were being written by my friends at that time were to me the most exciting and important things being written in the feminist world, and I wanted … Continue reading

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