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Included below are links to digital recordings of lectures, speeches and other events at Whitworth from the current academic year. Listen to them now, download them for later or subscribe to our podcast feed and take them with you.

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Lecture by Jer Swigart | October 4, 2017
Jer Swigart presents a lecture, "Waging Peace in a Divided World." Swigart is the cofounder and director of the Global Immersion project, a peacemaking organization that cultivates everyday peacemakers by immersing them in global conflict. He is also the author of "Mending the Divides: Creative Love in a Conflicted World." Download

Lecture by Wm. Paul Young, C. Baxter Kruger and John MacMurray | September 28, 2017
Wm. Paul Young, C. Baxter Kruger, and John MacMurray present a lecture, "Do I Belong?" Young, is the author/producer of "The Shack." Kruger is the director of Perichoresis and MacMuray is the founder of the Northwest School of Theology. The trio provides insights into fear and shame being at the root of blindness. The discussion explores human belonging because of who God is as Father, Son and Spirit. Download

Logan Camporeale Lecture | September 27, 2017
Logan Camporeale presents a lecture, "Racial Injustice, Housing and Spokane History." Local historian Logan Camporeale, M.A., discusses racial restrictive covenants in Spokane's history. These discrimination policies remain on current housing documents, despite being unenforceable by federal and state law. Download

Richard Rankin Russell Lecture | September 19, 2017
Richard Rankin Russell presents a lecture, "Who Is My Neighbor? Leopold Bloom and the Parable of the Good Samaritan in Joyce’s 'Ulysses'." Russell is a professor of English at Baylor University and an internationally recognized scholar of modern Irish literature. Download

Constitution Day Lecture by Julia Stronks | September 18, 2017
Whitworth Professor of Political Science Julia Stronks presents a Constitution Day Lecture, "LGBTQ Civil Rights and Religions Freedom: Bakers, Florists and Christian Universities." Download