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  • Interrupted is the podcast of the Westar Institute. Westar is dedicated to advancing scholarship on the history and evolution of the Christian tradition and addressing the results of scholarship to questions that matter in society and culture. On Interrupted, Westar's scholars, practitioners, and guests bring their expertise to bear on unfolding issues in the world today. To learn more about Westar or become a member, visit westarinstitute.org.
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  • [Ep 7] Capitalism Interrupted [Roundtable]

    Oct 6 2021
    This episode features a roundtable discussion of Westar scholars and practitioners discussing religion and capitalism that was organized by the Westar Think Tank. They each introduce themselves in the episode, but links about each of the contributors are below. This panel includes members of the Westar Institute's Christianity Seminar, God Seminar, Christ Seminar, and Praxis Forum. Also, you'll find time markers of where each of the speakers begin their opening remarks below. Here are the contributors: Cláudio Carvalhaes (https://www.claudiocarvalhaes.com/about-me/) T. Wilson Dickinson (https://greengoodnews.org/teaching) Elli Elliott (https://ellielliott.webs.com/about) Collin Glavac (http://collinglavac.com) Julia Khan (https://www.athenainitiative.net/founders) Nina Livesey (http://ninalivesey.oucreate.com) Hollis Phelps (https://professionaladvancement.mercer.edu/meet-the-faculty/hollis-phelps/) Jeffrey W. Robbins (https://www.lvc.edu/academics/undergraduate-studies/religion/our-faculty/dr-jeffrey-w-robbins/) And here's how to find their remarks: Intro: 00:50 Hollis Phelps: 02:18 Julia Khan: 06:18 Collin Glavac: 11:46 Nina Livesey: 14:43 Wilson Dickinson: 17:39 Cláudio Carvalhaes: 23:06 Jeff Robbins: 27:18 Elli Elliott: 32:57 Roundtable conversation: 38:00 The poem that Elli recites that was written by Wally McRae may be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hR4ANakKiNk If you would like to learn more about the Westar Institute or become a member, visit westarinstitute.org. Interrupted is produced by Jordan Miller and Matthew Baker.
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    59 mins
  • [Ep 6] Jeffrey Robbins: The Westar Way [Spotlight]

    Aug 13 2021
    In this episode of Interrupted, Jordan Miller and Matthew Baker speak with Jeffrey Robbins about his early religious life, the importance and challenge of promoting religious literacy in the public square, and the kind of collaborative scholarship that is Westar's hallmark. Jeff is Westar's Chairman of the Board as well as chair of the God and the Human Future Seminar. Additionally, Jeff is Professor of Religion & Director of American Studies at Lebanon Valley College, as well as an editor and author of several books: https://www.lvc.edu/academics/undergraduate-studies/religion/our-faculty/dr-jeffrey-w-robbins/ Seminar on God and the Human Future: https://www.westarinstitute.org/projects/seminar-god-human-future/ If you would like to learn more about the Westar Institute or become a member, visit westarinstitute.org. Interrupted is produced by Jordan Miller and Matthew Baker.
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    52 mins
  • [Ep 5] Keegan Osinski: Queering Wesley [Interview]

    Aug 2 2021
    In this episode of Interrupted, Matthew Baker and Jordan Miller speak with Keegan Osinski about her new book, "Queering Wesley". Keegan is a librarian at the Vanderbilt Divinity Library whose interests include ritual theory and sacramental theology and facilitating knowledge-sharing between scholars and clergy in new and creative ways. Keegan Osinksi: http://keeganosinski.com/ https://twitter.com/keegzzz Queering Wesley: https://wipfandstock.com/9781725254039/queering-wesley-queering-the-church/ Interrupted is at: https://www.westarinterrupted.com/
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    56 mins

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Interrupted is the podcast of the Westar Institute. Westar is dedicated to advancing scholarship on the history and evolution of the Christian tradition and addressing the results of scholarship to questions that matter in society and culture. On Interrupted, Westar's scholars, practitioners, and guests bring their expertise to bear on unfolding issues in the world today. To learn more about Westar or become a member, visit westarinstitute.org.
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