Refugees and Migrants: The Duty to Welcome

August 14, 2017

Lou Charest, Manager for University Engagement for Catholic Relief Services, describes the current global refugee crisis and explains why Catholic social teaching, as well as Pope Francis, calls us to welcome migrants and refugees. He offers suggestions for how local communities can provide support, from encouraging legislation to linking with refugee families.

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The Top Layer of the Fold of History is Now

July 31, 2017

Gettysburg National Military Park Artist-in-Residence Brian Emery joins Katy Giebenhain from Seminary Ridge Review in a conversation about his “experimental documentary” adventures on and around the Gettysburg National Military Park. The FIT photography professor shares from his experiences as an introvert in public spaces capturing voices (including the voices of birds) images and stories from past and current history.

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Here We Stand: Responding to a History of Oppression in S.W. Africa and Congo

July 18, 2017

Dr. Maria Erling, Professor of American Church History, ULS, and author, “The Augustana Story” sets the Lutheran World Federation Assembly, held in Windhoek, Namibia in the context of justice and reconciliation in Namibia and the abused women in the Congo.

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Pittsburgh and Paris: Why Are Persons of Color Attracted to the City of Light?

July 3, 2017

Dr. Nelson Strobert, Professor Emeritus of Christian Education, Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary, and author, Daniel Alexander Payne, distinguishes between a tourist and a traveler, and cites three travelers of color who journeyed to Paris to round out their education, and discovered “liberty, equality, and fraternity” as they had not in America.

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Not Waiting for the Hero

June 19, 2017

Award-winning songwriter, performer, author and peace activist David LaMotte has travelled extensively. In Gettysburg for the first time, he talks with Katy Giebenhain from Seminary Ridge Review about change narratives, reconciliation and a wonderfully unexpected story of nonviolent response.

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Unfolding Stories

June 5, 2017

Writer, scholar and social justice advocate Nancy Cook describes her research and her residency experience at the Gettysburg National Military Park in this episode of The Seminary Explores. Cook holds an M.F.A. from American University and a J.D. from Georgetown University. She has done projects in very interesting settings, including a former state mental hospital in Minnesota.

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All that Jazz!

May 22, 2017

This episode centers on the ministry of Pastor Dale Lind who has been pastor to the Jazz community at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, a restauranteur and bartender. He was selected for the Gettysburg Seminary 2017 Alumni Award in Specialized Ministry. He shares how he developed his interest in bar ministry, jazz ministry and became the owner of a popular eatery in New York City. In these experiences in specialized ministry, he encountered many luminaries in jazz and popular music.

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Speed Painting, Heraldry and Fantasy

May 8, 2017

Itamar Reiner, a conceptual artist from Haifa, Israel speaks with Katy Giebenhain about his experience as one of the Spring 2017 artists-in-residence at the Gettysburg National Military Park.

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Anne Tait on Cemeteries, Anthropology, and Making Things by Hand

April 24, 2017

The Gettysburg National Military Park is a stop for artist and art historian Anne Tait on her sabbatical. Hear more about her research and artwork (embroidered, back-lit tondi incorporating headstone imagery) in this interview with Katy Giebenhain from Seminary Ridge Review. Tait is an artist-in-residence at the Park.

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Texting Whitman :-)

April 10, 2017

Artist Brandi Martin Yu and Katy Giebenhain get ‘metacognitive’ in their conversation on installation art, language, research, Walt Whitman and the special opportunity to be one of the artists-in-residence at the Gettysburg National Military Park.

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