Barbara Beyerbach, PhD on IMAGINAL FIGURES

January 3, 2016


"Bravely personal and yet deeply universal, Mary Harrell opens the door into another realm and invites us in.  Through a daring plunge into the soulscape of her own life, Mary shows us the timeless, eternal figures that play out in the imaginal realm, that space between mind and matter that is always there but not always in our consciousness.  Her unmistkable message is that by looking at our own stories we can awaken to what it means to be fully human."   

                                                                                      -Barbara Beyerbach, PhD


Barbara Beyerbach, co-editor of Activist Art in Social Justice Pedagogy: Engaging Students in Glocal Issues through the Arts, is a professor at State University of New York at Oswego in the Curriculum and Instruction Department, in the School of Education, and works to transform schools into inclusive learning communities.   

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