Montana State University

Department of History and Philosophy

Montana State University
P.O. Box 172320
Bozeman, MT 59717-3440

Tel: (406) 994-4395
Fax: (406) 994-7420
Email: history@montana.edu
Location: Wilson Hall 2-155

Department Chair

Dr. David Cherry
dcherry@montana.edu

Stegner Lecture Series

Past Lectures

April 12, 2013
Rick Bass, "The Landscape of Imagination"
You can watch the lecture on MSU's YouTube channel by clicking here.

*A larger version of the poster for this event may be viewed by clicking here.

April 11, 2012
"An Evening with Sherry Smith"

March 9, 2011
"An Evening with Terry Tempest Williams"

April 23, 2009
"An Evening with Peter Matthiessen"

An Evening with Peter Matthiessen

by Peter Matthiessen, Receipent of the National Book Award

March 4, 2010
An Evening with Sylvia Earle

Syliva Earle

by Dr. Sylvia Earle

February 28, 2008
“The Devil You Don’t Know: Cancer as an Infectious Disease”

The Devil You Don't Know
by David Quammen, Wallace Stegner Distinguished Professor of Western American Studies, Montana State University


October 11, 2007
“Thirteen Dead Gorillas: Zoonotic Disease and the Future of Human Health”

Thirteen Dead Gorillas

by David Quammen, Wallace Stegner Distinguished Professor of Western American Studies, Montana State University


March 28, 2007
“Darwin and Religion”

Darwin and Religion

by David Quammen, Wallace Stegner Distinguished Professor of Western American Studies, Montana State University


September 18, 2006
“Water and Empire in the American West: Past, Present, and Future”

Water and Empire

by Donald Worster, Hall Distinguished Professor of American History, University of Kansas


April 16, 2006
“The Transcontinental Railroads and the Making of Western Modernity”

The Transcontinental Railroads

by Richard White, Margaret Byrne Professor of American History at Stanford University


April 15, 2005
“Saving Nature in Time: The Past and Future of Environmentalism”

Saving  Nature in Time

by William Cronon, Frederick Jackson Turner Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin


April 15, 1999
“The Land Ethic: The Utterance of an American Isaiah”

by T.H. Watkins, Wallace Stegner Distinguished Professor of Western American Studies.


April 16, 1998
“Writing the Wild: Landscape in Fiction and Non-Fiction”

Writing the Wild

by Ann H. Zwinger, author of 17 books about the West, University of Colorado


April 14, 1994
“Living Right in the Rockies – The Impact of Wallace Stegner’s Thought on Western Architecture”

Wallace Stegner

by Jeffrey and Patricia Limerick

 

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