Cynthia Tina (BAS ‘15) lives in an ecovillage in Massachusetts and is exploring ecovillages as physical expressions of the worldview of the “interconnection” that we need to experience in order to move beyond the separation that characterizes many mainstream lives. She feels that this shift in consciousness is at the heart of creating change in the world.
Kyle Bass has been commissioned by the Onondaga Historical Association to write a play based on events of 1839 involving a fugitive enslaved woman, abolitionist Gerrit Smith, and a young Elizabeth Cady (Stanton).
Deborah Brevoort was invited in February to teach three playwriting workshops at the San Miguel Writer's Conference in San Miguel de Allende Mexico.
BA in Health Arts & Sciences student Juanita Martin, entering her Level 8 semester, on what makes Goddard College special:
"I landed at Goddard at the ripe age of 51 with more college experience than a graduating PhD student, but I had not completed any one degree. I had credits in various fields, from business management to fashion design to holistic healing.
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Christine Brubaker (MFAIA-VT ’15) will present her paper "Quantifying the Subjective: Acting and the Visual Analogue Scale" at the annual conference of Art/Science: The scientific mind in performance and research in St. Catherine, Ontario.
Last October, my Jungian Seminar in New Orleans coincided with Halloween. So you can imagine the metaphysical and celebratory possibilities there were in NOLA at that time. Among the offerings was the Voodoo Music Festival with rock music, art, and of course food! Our hotel, the Best Western in Metairie hosted the Tattoo VooDoo Expo.
These first images were produced for the course Trauma and Addiction.
As it turns out, if you meditate long enough the devils of self-criticism and fear may decide to make an appearance. In my reading about meditation I had come across allusions to this but I didn't pay attention, in part because I couldn't imagine it. Meditation had either offered me some gifts of clarity or it seemed absolutely innocuous. Most mornings when I meditate nothing much happens. My mind races - I forget to focus - I return to focus - I forget, I return. The bell rings, my to-do list is ready, the day begins. Devils, schmevils what could go wrong?