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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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Transformative Language Arts in Action: A New Book, a New Partnership, a New Journal, and an Annual Conference

In 2000, Goddard College launched the only MA program in Transformative Language Arts (TLA) in the country, and as the program hits its teenage years, TLA is spreading its wings through a new partnership, book, journal, and new growth in … Continue reading

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Transformative Narratives Blog

>Yvette Hyater-Adams, a graduate of the IMA in the Transformative Language Arts concentration, has a new blog, Transformative Narratives, to go along with her coaching, workshop facilitation, leadership development and other work. She says of the new blog, “For years, … Continue reading

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Yvette Hyater-Adams: Changing Lives Through the Arts

>Yvette Hyater-Adams is a change artist who found, while exploring the art of change, how art can change lives. During 20 years in the corporate world as a Human Resources executive and since 1997, CEO of her own consulting firm, … Continue reading

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