Spiritual Lives at Lawrence

The Spiritual Lives at Lawrence was a series of conversations with diverse persons from across campus in 2017 and early 2018.  We asked our conversation partners to talk about their spiritual and religious lives and how they impact their engagement with the Lawrence University Campus Community.

Together this collection of conversations tell the story of individual and collective spiritual lives at Lawrence University.  Our hope is that they will serve as a catalyst for more awareness and engagement around the spiritual components of our diverse identities.  The goal of this project is to help move Lawrence toward a robust and respectful conversation that invites spiritual and religious development and understanding.

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Tamanna Akram

Class of 2018

Islam

Kanyon Beringer

Class of 2021

Christianity

Mark Burstein

Lawrence University President

Judaism

Julian Cohen

Class of 2019

Judaism

Eilene Hoft-March

Milwaukee-Downer College and College Endowment Association Professorship of Liberal Studies and Professor of French

Christianity

Keyla Higa

Class of 2020

Islam

Connie Kassor

Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Buddhism

Gabi Makuk

Class of 2017

Christianity

John Newhall

Class of 2019

Unitarian Universalism

Jasper Olsen

Class of 2019

Baha’i

Mimi Padilla

Class of 2020

Agnostic

Momin Panhwar

Class of 2021

Islam

Alan Parks

Professor of Mathematics

Christianity

Brian Pertl

Dean of the Conservatory of Music

Humanism

Kathy Privatt

James G. and Ethel M. Barber Professor of Theatre and Drama and Associate Professor of Theatre Arts

Christianity

Martyn Smith

Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Lifism

Timothy X. Troy

J. Thomas and Julie E. Hurvis Professor of Theatre and Drama and Professor of Theatre Arts

Christianity

     

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