People and Places of Goddard: 150 Years of Shared History, a Photographic Exhibit
This photographic exhibit traces the evolution of Goddard College from its Universalist roots at the Goddard Seminary in Barre, the move to Greatwood Farm and Estate in Plainfield in 1938, and the radical educational and social experiments that took place there from 1938 to the present day.
Although the exhibit is mainly concerned with what happened at Goddard in Plainfield, it also explores how Goddard shaped and influenced the social, political, aesthetic and economic landscape of Central Vermont, as well as the world of higher education, through its various innovative programs and alumni.
This exhibit was curated by Goddard staff member and alumnus, Dustin Byerly, (BA RUP ’01) with the support of Goddard Archivist, David Hale’. The exhibit is the most comprehensive historical research project ever undertaken by Goddard College.