Monthly Archives: August 2011

Student Reflection: Michael Seeley on violence in Norway

I recently came across this post while reading “Friends Among the Fjords,” a personal blog kept by Peace Scholar Michael Seeley from Augustana College. It’s a thoughtful reflection of the violence that has so deeply affected a country that is … Continue reading

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Oslo Memorials: A Photo Set

Greetings all. Our good friend Frankie Shackleford, professor of Norwegian at Augsburg College, has been traveling with the Peace Scholars. She recently sent me the images below, which capture the numerous memorials that have been created in and around Oslo … Continue reading

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When Great Minds Convene

This is part of a series of blog posts written by the 2011┬áPeace Scholars, as they complete their summer program in Oslo, Norway. This post was written by Thad Titze, a Peace Scholar from Augustana College. I recently read an … Continue reading

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The World Needs More de Klerks

This is part of a series of blog posts written by the 2011 Peace Scholars, as they complete their summer program in Oslo, Norway. This post was written by Thato Masire, a Peace Scholar from Luther College. It was with … Continue reading

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