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Seattle Pacific University
Autumn 2007 | Volume 30, Number 2 | Footnotes

Emeriti Faculty

Janet Blumberg (formerly Janet Knedlik) hosts a blog, The original purpose of her blog was to discuss literary theory, and the topic of faith and science. But Janet, who taught courses at SPU in English literature, literary theory, and writing from 1975 to 2001, says she particularly enjoys the fact that her blog facilitates conversations with former students about a wide variety of subjects. She can respond to alumni who choose to comment on her blog, although their email address is not made public.

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Department Highlights

from the president
Going Global
President Philip Eaton asks the Seattle Pacific community to discuss what “global” means for SPU.

APA Accreditation
SPU’s doctoral program in psychology now in an elite group.

Street Vision
Hillary Prag '06 gives homeless teens a voice — through a camera lens and Seattle gallery showing.

books, film, & music
Behind the Faces
Four new films may help moviegoers learn to love and understand their global neighbors.

On the Fast Track
Jessica Pixler received numerous awards as a freshman, including an international gold.

my response
A Banquet of Languages
David Habecker ’93 says knowing multiple languages gave him a new perspective on life — and his faith.

Response art
Forbidden City
Professor Joanna Poznanska and her husband share “Forbidden City,” by a Chinese artist.