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A show about our collective vision for being more human in our work lives. For evaluators, academics, researchers, and other people in the information economy.

Radical (Re)imagining Libby Smith

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A show about our collective vision for being more human in our work lives. For evaluators, academics, researchers, and other people in the information economy.

    The OTHER Erin Gilmore - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E9

    The OTHER Erin Gilmore - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E9

    The OTHER Erin Gilmore - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E9
    Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Tovey, & Libby Smith are joined by Erin Gilmore, yes – our second Erin Gilmore. Listen to hear the story! This Erin is a San Francisco-based yoga, meditation, and breathwork teacher with a unique modern style and specialty in trauma-informed yoga. She describes her teaching style as Pilates meets dance meets yoga. 
    This year we’ve chosen to focus a little less on how the work gets done and a little more on who we are in the work. That translates to ongoing attention to how we’re showing up and purposeful self-examination. We hope our conversations and guests inspire you to do just that.
     
    We discussed the following resources:
     
    Try some Living Room Yoga with Erin
     
    Find meditation and breathwork with Erin on the Open app
     
    Erin learned about Non-violent communication with Judith Hanson Lasater
     
    Down Dog app that got Libby & Deven through the early part of the pandemic
     
    We also mentioned Elizabeth Grim’s work on inclusive and non-violent language.
    Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us.
    On the web: radicalreimagining.com
    On Twitter: @RadReimagining
    You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com

    • 36 min
    Dr. Janel Seeley - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E8

    Dr. Janel Seeley - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E8

    Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Tovey, & Libby Smith are joined by Dr. Janel Seeley,  Director of the Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. We discuss the unique challenges for educators in Higher Education over these past few years as well as Janel’s important work in Collaborative Communication.
    This year we’ve chosen to focus a little less on how the work gets done and a little more on who we are in the work. That translates to ongoing attention to how we’re showing up and purposeful self-examination. We hope our conversations and guests inspire you to do just that.
     
    We discussed the following resources:
    Seven Aspects of Collaborative Communication
    Conceptual Framework for Collaborative Communication
    Three Types of Teaching and Learning and Collaborative Learning



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    Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us.
    On the web: radicalreimagining.com
    On Twitter: @RadReimagining
    On You Tube: Radical ReImagining
    You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com

    • 39 min
    Erin Gilmore - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E7

    Erin Gilmore - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E7

    Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Libby Smith is joined by Erin Gilmore, Associate Conference Minister for the Rocky Mountain Conference United Church of Christ. Her work is essentially internal organizational development. Libby & Erin journeyed together in the 16 month Fire & Water Rite of Passage. This conversation happened just days after Erin completed a three month sabbatical and we reflect on her transition back into her organizational space. 
    This year we’ve chosen to focus a little less on how the work gets done and a little more on who we are in the work. That translates to ongoing attention to how we’re showing up and purposeful self-examination. We hope our conversations and guests inspire you to do just that.
     
    We discussed the following resources::
     
    The Art of Gathering by Priya Parker
     
    Pleasure Activism by adrienne maree brown
    Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us.
    On the web: radicalreimagining.com
    On Twitter: @RadReimagining
    On You Tube: Radical ReImagining
    You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com

    • 36 min
    Dr. Vidhya Shanker - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E6

    Dr. Vidhya Shanker - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E6

    Dr. Vidhya Shanker - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E6
    Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Tiffany Tovey, & Libby Smith are joined by Vidhya Shanker, PhD, is an interdependent and interdisciplinary evaluation practitioner, scholar, organizer, and activist. Using an intersectional paradigm, her research bridges critical theories of systemic oppression with systems thinking to examine how racialized difference is constructed in and through evaluation. She puts the result of that research into practice to interrogate, identify, and articulate the processes that reinforce—and disrupt—oppressive power dynamics in, through, and around evaluation and the racially stratified industries that use its services.
    This year we’ve chosen to focus a little less on how the work gets done and a little more on who we are in the work. That translates to ongoing attention to how we’re showing up and purposeful self-examination. We hope our conversations and guests inspire you to do just that.
    We discussed the following resources:
    Learn more about the May 13th Group and the rest of Vidhya’s work here.
    Readings from Sara Ahmed 
    Readings from Arturo Escobar
    Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us.
    On the web: radicalreimagining.com
    On Twitter: @RadReimagining
    On You Tube: Radical ReImagining
    You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com

    • 56 min
    Nora Murphy Johnson & A. Rafael Johnson - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E5

    Nora Murphy Johnson & A. Rafael Johnson - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E5

    Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Tovey, & Libby Smith are joined by Nora Murphy Johnson and A. Rafael Johnson (Andy), co-founders of Inspire to Change out of Minneapolis, MN, they are practitioners of Creative Evaluation - an approach that weaves together developmental, principles-focused and arts-infused evaluation to create social change. 
    This year we’ve chosen to focus a little less on how the work gets done and a little more on who we are in the work. That translates to ongoing attention to how we’re showing up and purposeful self-examination. We hope our conversations and guests inspire you to do just that.
     
    Nora & Andy offered the following resources:
     
    The Inspire to Change Mighty Network
     
    Creative Evaluation and Engagement: Volume 1: Essentials 
    Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us.
    On the web: radicalreimagining.com
    On Twitter: @RadReimagining
    On You Tube: Radical ReImagining
    You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com

    • 49 min
    Dr. Silvia Bettez - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E4

    Dr. Silvia Bettez - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E4

    Dr. Silvia Bettez - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E4
    Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Tiffany Tovey, & Libby Smith are joined by Dr. Silvia Bettez. Dr. Bettez teaches about issues of social justice in the Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations Department here with me (Tiffany) at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Her scholarship centralizes social justice with a focus on fostering critical community building, teaching for social justice, and promoting equity through intercultural communication and engagement.
    This year we’ve chosen to focus a little less on how the work gets done and a little more on who we are in the work. That translates to ongoing attention to how we’re showing up and purposeful self-examination. We hope our conversations and guests inspire you to do just that.
     
    Silvia offered the following resources on politicized somatics:
     
    Finding Our Way podcast with Prentis Hemphill
     
    The Embodiment Institute
     
    Strozzi Institute
     
    The Politics of Trauma by Staci K Haines
    And her own article on Creating Community Commitments
    Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us.
    On the web: radicalreimagining.com
    On Twitter: @RadReimagining
    On You Tube: Radical ReImagining
    You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com

    • 38 min

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