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Stuart Chittenden

In a couple of 830 mile long conversations, Stuart Chittenden discovered that not everyone is willing to converse with a stranger, even on fairly simple terms.  From those who would sit and chat with him, Stuart encountered curiosity, empathy, courage and a willing candor.

CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY LECTURE – THE SEMRAD LECTURE IN NON-WESTERN THOUGHT – Jay Garfield, the Doris Silbert Professor in the Humanities and Professor of Philosophy at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, and author of “Engaging Buddhism: Why It Matters to Philosophy” “Just Saying: Untying Daoist Knots”

Last Call Rotation

Nov 22, 2015

What is Community?

Nov 18, 2015
Stuart Chittenden

"Is community organic or something that happens to a place? Is it a deliberate intention or almost accidental? What is it about certain towns I visited that gave me a palpable sense of momentum compared with those that seemed uncertain or paralyzed?" Those questions and much more in Stuart Chittenden's latest dispatch.

METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE LECTURE – Bill Hayes, Director of John Brown’s Cave Museum in Nebraska City “Fight against Slavery on the Great Plains: Nebraska’s Underground Railroad”

Walter Trout has been playing and sometimes living the blues for five decades. The guitarist was with Canned Heat in the early 1980s, shared the stage and recorded with John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers and sold millions of albums as a solo artist, but drugs and alcohol almost did him in. He was just days away from death last year when he received a liver transplant, an experience he recounts in a song called "Gonna Live Again."

Jazz Calendar (Updated 11/ 14/ 2015)

Nov 14, 2015
Stuart Chittenden

Stuart Chittenden's insights on Nebraska's diverse people and how they view themselves and each other. Listen to more reports every Wednesday in November at 8:45 a.m.

CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY LECTURE – 2015 ROSS HORNING LECTURE – Margaret MacMillan, the Warden of St. Antony’s College and a Professor of International History at the University of Oxford, and author of “Women of the Raj: The Mothers, Wives and Daughters of the British Empire in India”, “Paris 1919 Six Months that Changed the World” and “The War that Ended Peace: The Road to 1914” “Was World War One Inevitable?”