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[!Kung San bushman speaking]

Sound recording done by anthropologist Prof. Richard Lee while on a field trip among the !Kung San, bushmen of the Kalahari.

Music from Bechuanaland

Sampling of music sent to Prof. Richard Lee. Includes Stinkane music form Lake Ngami, Suroro form Shorobe, two pieces from the Chopi Timbela orchestra P.E.A. and African noises.

Educational Services Story of the Hunt

Sound recording done by anthropologist Prof. Richard Lee while on a field trip among the !Kung San, bushmen of the Kalahari. Text recorded at Dobe on Dec. 18 1964. Informant is Kuma.

Lee Radio Talk

Interview of Dr. Lee of Harvard and Dr.William Boyd of Boston University Medical Centre on "The Origins - the races of man".

Paul Coe at McMaster

Paul Coe then leader of the Australian aboriginal Black Panther Party speaks about the Australian government policy toward aborigines and his groups demands for change and compensation.

Drum Dance

Sound recording done by anthropologist Prof. Richard Lee while on a field trip among the !Kung San, bushmen of the Kalahari.

Political Struggle of Native Peoples

Partial sound recording of sessions of the Political Struggles of Native Peoples held in Toronto in Dec. 1972 following the meeting of the American Association of Anthropologist meeting.

Aging and Ministry

Item consists of talks on "Aging - A Way to Darkness" (SR2 v1, side 1), "Aging - A Way to Light?" (SR2 v1, side 1), "Detachment and Compassion in the Minister" (SR2 v2, side 1) and "Ministry to the Aging" (SR2 v2, side 2). The talk explores three forms of rejection: by society (segregation), by dying friends (desolation), and by inner self (loss of self).

Henri Nouwen: the wounded healer

Item consists of a sound recording of Nouwen at the Yale Berkeley Convocation in 1972. Nouwen spoke on the theme of the wounded healer (based on his book by the same title). Nouwen is introduced by Colin Williams. The talk is divided into three parts: I. Ministry (v1); II. The Wounded Minister (v2); III. The Healing Minister (v3).

The Christ-memory in our lives

This item consists of a video recording from 1975 of Henri Nouwen giving a lecture called "The Christ Memory in Our Lives." The talk poses the question 'How do we live life in the memory of Jesus Christ?' In the talk, Nouwen discusses the Memory of Christ as a healing, sustaining, guiding experience and process of recollection.
The content of this lecture was later developed into The Living Reminder: Service and Prayer in the Memory of Jesus Christ published in 1977.

Recording of the lonely search for God

Item consists of: SR4 v1, side 1 "Introduction: From Loneliness to Solitude", side 2 "From Loneliness to Solitude (continued); SR4 v2, side 1 "From Hostility to Hospitality", side 2 "From Hostility to Hospitality (continued); and SR4 v3, side 1 "From Illusion to Prayer", side 2 "Prayer and Community".

Compassion

Item consists of an amateur recording of Nouwen lecturing on "Compassion" in Wilton, Connecticut, on February 19, 1976. The lecture was recorded and sent to Nouwen by Mrs B. B. Shipe.

Prayer: the way to a transparent life

Item consists of a sound recording of Nouwen speaking at the Eighth Annual Missouri Liturgical Congress at Rockhurst College in Kansas City, Missouri. Nouwen speaks about prayer and the effect that prayer has on our ordinary lives. Nouwen says that the world "loses its opaqueness and becomes transparent" to individuals who regularly pray.

Recording of Henri Nouwen on compassion

Item consists of a sound recording of a talk Nouwen gave at the Hogan Center on compassion. Nouwen is introduced by Joe Kelly, the Director of Continuing Education at the Hogan Center. The talk was in three parts: SR10 v1 contains parts I and II. SR10 v2 contains part III.

Care and the elderly

This item consists of an audio recording of Nouwen discussing care for the elderly. Nouwen asks us to consider two questions, which he formats his lecture around: "what do the elderly teach us about care?" and "how do we provide care for the elderly?" Nouwen talks about the need for compassion, the natural impulse to care, and the wisdom that the elderly have to share.

Personalizing theology: conversations on ministry

Item consists of three audio cassettes: Staying Alive: Alone and Together (1 hr. 22 min.); Being Faithful: Engaging the Powers (48 min.); Praying: Faith to Faith (51 min.). Nouwen speaks on the first cassette (SR13v1). Nouwen is in conversation with the interviewer, as well as two other interviewees: Sister José Hobday and Bob Warner.

Recordings of Henri Nouwen's lectures on ministry and spirituality

Item consists of an amateur sound recording of Spirituality and Ministry lectures given by Nouwen at Yale Divinity School between September 21 and December 1977. SR14v1 - Vocation and Temptation; SR14v2 - Temptation; SR14v3 - The Compassionate Way. November 6, 1977; SR14v4 - Obedience to God; SR14v5 - Compassion of God, September 21, 1977.

Recording of introduction to the spiritual life lectures

Item consists of amateur recordings of lectures from Introduction to the Spiritual Life taught by Nouwen at Harvard Divinity School in Spring 1984. The two audio cassettes contain a number of lectures from this course. SR24 v1 contains lectures on Patiently, Waiting, and In Expectation. SR 24 v2 contains lectures on Temptation and Downward Mobility.

Recording of Henri Nouwen on the spirituality of peacemaking

Item consists of an amateur recording of Nouwen speaking to a group of CPE (Christian Pastoral Education) supervisors. He was scheduled to speak about Vocation, Temptation and Formation in Ministry but after 5 weeks in Switzerland decided to speak on the subject of peacemaking, specifically the church's response to the call for peace.

Recording of Peacemakers

Item consists of an amateur recording of Nouwen speaking on peacemakers. It is unknown where or to whom this talk was given.

Recording of Henri Nouwen at the E.A.N.E. congress 85

Item consists of a sound recording of Nouwen speaking at the E.A.N.E. Congress in 1985. SR50 v1 is entitled "Wholeness and Prayer: Carrying the Burden that is Light"; SR50 v2 is entitled "A question and Answer Time with Henri Nouwen".

Introduction to the spiritual life: L'Arche

Item consists of an audio cassette of a lecture by Nouwen at his Introduction to the Spiritual Life course at Harvard Divinity School in Spring 1984. During this lecture Jean Vanier was the guest lecturer and spoke about L'Arche.

Vanier, Jean

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