BY October 21, 2009

We often struggle with crafting interesting or catchy titles for each new program. Sometimes we latch on to something one of our guests said in the interview, as was the case with our recent program, which may win the dubious honor of having the longest title: Curiosity Over Assumptions, Interreligiosity Meets a New Generation.

But, please do know that it was not without much debate and extensive brainstorming among our entire staff to try to arrive at a title for the work of Aziza Hasan and Malka Haya Fenyvesi. With humility, I share some of the runners-up:

BY October 10, 2009

Stephanie FieldingAfter we replayed our program with David Treuer last week, we received an interesting story from listener Stephanie Fielding in Uncasville, Connecticut. In the program, Treuer talks about his efforts to help sustain the Ojibwe language:

“What I really love about language revitalization, what is so key to it, is that it’s always been ours and it’s a chance to define ourselves on and in our own terms and in ways that have nothing to do with what’s been taken. We can define ourselves by virtue of what we’ve saved.”

BY June 12, 2009

A New York Times editorial sheds light on the difficulties of covering torture and interrogation.

BY July 24, 2008

"The Dead Sea Scrolls" of Chinese theological history uncover an emotional side of Confucianism.

BY July 01, 2008

Ojibwe teacher Keller Paap reflects on his work and the necessity of his language to adapt in order for it to flourish.

BY April 02, 2008

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