TLA Resources at Goddard

Goddard College: The one of the only master's program in Transformative Language Arts was founded at Goddard College in 2000 as part of the college's Individualized MA Program. Students in the 48-hour program work from their home communities, coming to the college for one week each semester to plan their studies in concert with their own individual TLA practice, community work, research and study. The program is available in full-time and half-time options. The college plans to launch a certificate program in Transformative Language Arts for professionals who already have either a terminal degree (PhD, MFA, etc.) or another master's degree plus experience in the field related to TLA. For more information, contact, and see the website.

Transformative Language Arts Resources Center: This expansive resources center has over 18 pages of websites and bibliographies on expressive and creative writing, storytelling, songwriting and singing, mythology, oral history, journaling, drama and drama therapy, poetics, psychology and narrative therapy, right livelihood, social change, spoken word, education, facilitation and leadership, and autobiography, memoir and life writing. It is maintained by Goddard College's Transformative Language Arts concentration.