Audio Archive

Graber, Samuel

Sam Graber teaches at Valparaiso University in Valparaiso, Indiana, where he’s currently a Lilly Fellow in Christ College. He’s lucky enough to teach courses with titles like “Word & Image” and “American Identities: Contesting Voices,” along with some standard literature courses. A graduate of Yale Divinity School, Sam received his Ph.D. in American Studies from the University of Iowa in 2008, where he taught English and American Studies to undergraduates for seven years. In the fall of 2006, he helped organize and lead the Living the Leap program at Holden and in 2009 led a two week series of discussions on the divine and worldly words of some great American literature. He loves playing basketball and being walked by his dog.

Recordings

Missing Letters in God's Name – Writing as a Realm of Grace

Presenter: Graber, Samuel / 2009

Among Us – Writing Beside Emmanuel's Manger

Presenter: Graber, Samuel / 2009

Word Made Flesh – Writing As Incarnation

Presenter: Graber, Samuel / 2009

Peter's Rooster – Writing Under The Cross

Presenter: Graber, Samuel / 2009

Beholding Glory – Writing Wonder

Presenter: Graber, Samuel / 2009

Grapes of Wrath: The Prophetic Imagination and American Writings

Presenter: Graber, Samuel / 2009

Outside Jerusalem's Walls: The Spiritual Geographies of Prophecy

Presenter: Graber, Samuel / 2009

Apathy and the Ache of God

Presenter: Graber, Samuel / 2009

Conclusion: God's Garage and the Hope of a Holy Surprise

Presenter: Graber, Samuel / 2009

Vespers June 9, 2010

Presenter: Graber, Samuel / 2010

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