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The Last Jews: What the Experiences of Intermarried Families Can Teach us About the Holocaust
Tatjana Licthenstein explores the experiences of intermarried Jewish and non-Jewish families in World War 2 era Bohemia in this 2019 Heyer Lecture.

Lincoln's Sermon on the Mount
Ronald White delivers a special lecture on Abraham Lincoln, focusing on Lincoln's faith journey.

The Biblical Critic as Collector
Gregory Cuéllar discusses the changes biblical criticism underwent in the 18th century, focusing on the rise of an emphasis on the collection and collation of textual artifacts.

Learning From the Exiles: Resilience and the General Epistles
Opening convocation for the 2019-2020 academic year. Margaret Aymer discusses how the General Epistles model ways to grow spiritual resilience by providing ways to reconcile moral stress.

Opening convocation for the 2019-2020 academic year. Margaret Aymer discusses how the General Epistles model ways to grow spiritual resilience by providing ways to reconcile moral stress.

Protestant Missions and Women's Education in a Colonial Context
Arun Jones examines the interplay of western education, Christian missionaries, and Indian culture during the colonial era.

Day of Memory and Hope: Panel Discussion
A panel discussion discussing the African American experience at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Panelists include: Daniel Clark (first African American student), Sharon Alexander (first African American administrative assistant), Dr.…

Whiteness and Social Class at Mainline Seminaries: Toward an Agenda.<br /><br />
Opening convocation for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Heyer Lecture 2018
Joseph E. Peniel discusses the citizenship and the legacy of the civil rights movement in this 2018 Heyer Lecture.

Constitution Day 2018
Austin Mayor Pro Tem Kathie Tovo addresses the Austin Seminary community for the annual Constitution Day lecture, 2018.
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