Audio Archive

Swenson, Michael

Michael Swenson lives in Nome, Alaska, with his wife Leslie. He attended St. Olaf College and the University of Minnesota Medical School. For the past ten years he has worked as a physician at Norton Sound Regional Hospital, and he and his family have been members at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church. Nome is a multicultural community, composed of Inupiat and Yupik Eskimos, descendants of the original Gold Rush settlers, and a mixture of immigrants from the “lower 48” and other parts of the world. Because of this diversity, Nome has been a fascinating and challenging place in which to live faithfully.
(Bio from summer 2001)

Recordings

Come and Listen to My Story: Global Literate Society – Part 1: Our Global literate Society

Presenter: Swenson, Michael / 2001

Come and Listen to My Story: Global Literate Society: Traditional Oral Cultures

Presenter: Swenson, Michael / 2001

Come and Listen to My Story: Global Literate Society: Worlds in Conflict

Presenter: Swenson, Michael / 2001

Come and Listen to My Story: Global Literate Society – Part 4: Cross Cultural Communications

Presenter: Swenson, Michael / 2001

Come and Listen to My Story: Global Literate Society: Living Together Respectfully

Presenter: Swenson, Michael / 2001

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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