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Volume 1 (Browse contents)
David James Duncan
Tensions, Questions, Paradigms
On America's Task Driven Culture
Krista Hunt Ausland
Interdependent as Never Before
Laurent A. Daloz
Volume 2 (Browse contents)
Travel and Service in the Formation of Leadership
Drawing on the biographies of historical leaders, Dr. Hunt shows how service and travel impacts leadership development in young adults.
Wrapped up in Truth: Reflections from Khayelitsha
A Krista Colleague reflects on truth in post-apartheid South Africa.
Christie Schmid, Donald E. Spencer, Matthew J. Goering
Three distinct voices add to our understanding of the complexities of war and global citizenship. Should we be engaged in non-violent peacemaking or should we support military action against tyrants who commit crimes against humanity?
Fair Trade: Creating Market Demand for Justice
Fair Trade creates a more just and sustainable economic relationship between producers and consumers.
Rethinking Stewardship: Moving from Management to Intimacy
A Krista Colleague and Master in Theology advocates for Christians to move their environmental thinking beyond stewardship and toward cooperating with creation.
Even the smallest of roles shapes the story that is told, whether it is a staged play or the real life of homeless youth.
Smithsonian Goes Native
The Smithsonian recently opened the National Museum of the American Indian. Rachel was there, reflecting on her cultural and spiritual identity.
The founder and former director of an international development agency reflects on the questions: What is the meaning of global citizenship? How can it be fostered, and why is it important to do so?
Volume 3 (Browse contents)
A Passage into Leadership: Lessons from John Muir's Long Walk
In an appraisal of environmentalist John Muir’s walk to the Gulf of Florida, Dr. Hunt explores the relationship between travel and leadership.
Book Review: Everything and its Opposite: The Great Globalization Debate Since 1999
In a survey of the key literature on globalization over the past two decades, Dr. Veseth traces the nexus of the debate and how it has changed our understanding and expectations of globalization.
A roving National Public Radio correspondent finds during the hell of war, the comfort, beauty and life giving power of food.
Unveiled: A Photo Essay
Tapestry: Local Weavings of World Music
Volume 4 (Browse contents)
Windows Facing Out: Finding a Room of my Own
Kayla Walker Edin
Can global citizenship extend beyond the confines of formal service, activism or nonprofit work—perhaps even into the academic realms of a literature PhD?
Raising Global Citizens: A Father's Reflections
A father reflects on the blessing and challenge of rearing globally conscious children in our consumptive and self-motivated society.
A Peaceful World: Realistic Utopia or Contradiction in Terms?
Drawing on his experience as an international peace negotiator, Ambassador Vollebaek, reflects on the need for unwavering commitment as we journey toward peace.
Reconciliation: Transforming People, Transforming Conflict
After encountering the social devastation of war in Africa, a Krista Colleague explores the signifi cance of rooting our Christian faith in a theology of reconciliation.
A Thousand Eyes
A medical doctor travels to Syria, gathering the untold stories of Iraqi refugees seeking sanctuary.