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The Language of Our True Work with Students Britta Love and Seema Reza

Current students Seema Reza and Britta Love talk about finding the language to articulate their work in the world. Watch these short videos, part of a new series filmed by Alexander Love, based on interviews with GGI students and faculty.

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GGI Grads in the News: Seema Reza and Taina Asili

In the last day, two GGI grads have been sharing their strongest words about the work we do in the world and how to do it better. Seema Reza’s article — “The Work of Waking Up the Sleeping in a … Continue reading

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Seema Reza on “This Is Our Work”: Commencement Spring 2016 Talk

Seema Reza, graduating student in the IMA program and Transformative Language Arts concentration, was the Spring of 2016’s commencement speaker. Her luminous talk touched on the world before and within us, our capacity for change, facing the mythic demon child, … Continue reading

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A Garden of Interdisciplinary Delights (including Rosie the Riveter, and Sex and Drugs): Graduating Student Presentations

Graduating students at the spring 2016 residency studied a myriad and interdisciplinary areas. Here’s a sampling of what our graduating students presented to show the depth and range of their studies. The Aesthetics of Consciousness, with IMA-CS graduating student Justin … Continue reading

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Residencies, Brigadoon and Rigorous Work with Francis X. Charet, Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, and Seema Reza

Francis X. Charet, faculty member, talks about the ins and outs of the low-residency model while faculty member Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg explains the Brigadoon of residencies Watch these short videos, part of a new series filmed by Alexander Love, based on … Continue reading

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Transformative Language Arts, Health and Community Faculty Member Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg and Student Seema Reza

Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, founder of Transformative Language Arts, talks about what led us to create TLA, and Seema Reza, current student in Transformative Language Arts, talks about how health and community come together in Transformative Language Arts and her studies. Watch … Continue reading

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Learning to Open the Doors You Need to Open with Goddard Student Seema Reza

Seema Reza, current Goddard student in Transformative Language Arts, talks about what brought her to Goddard and helped us to gain credibility. Watch this short video, part of a new series filmed by Alexander Love, based on interviews with GGI … Continue reading

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Seema Reza, Goddard College Student, Wins USO Award for “Bringing Down Walls With Words”

Seema Reza, a current Transformative Language Arts MA student and BFA in Writing graduate from Goddard, just won a major award from the USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore. She was honored at the organization’s 33rd annual awards dinner on March 26 … Continue reading

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What Story Are You Changing?: A Special Event at the Residency

To launch Transformative Language in Action, a new anthology co-edited by GGI’s Ruth Farmer and Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, students, faculty, and the public gathered for a special event to explore what stories we’re changing and challenging with our work, activism, art, … Continue reading

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Faculty Residency Workshops Cross Boundaries in Psychology, Science, Culture, Religion, Politics, Community and History

The theme of our spring 2015 residency was Crossing Boundaries. Here’s a sampling of some of the workshops GGI faculty offered. The Work of Stan Grof, with faculty member Francis X. Charet. Grof, a psychiatrist, is a leading representative of … Continue reading

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