We invite you to join us for the 18th Annual College of Letters and Science Holiday Authors Reception. At this fun and festive event, we celebrate recently published books by faculty authors in the College of Letters and Science. 

Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2022
Time: 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Place: Inspiration Hall, Norm Asbjornson Hall, Montana State University

At approximately 7:00 p.m., Amanda Hendrix-Komoto, assistant professor in the Department of History and Philosophy, will have a conversation with the Dean about her new book, "Imperial Zions: Religion, Race and Family in the American West and the Pacific."

This event is free and open to the public. Paid parking is available in the MSU parking garage which is adjacent to Norm Asbjornson Hall. Free parking is available after 6:00 p.m. on Harrison St and in the East and West Stadium Lots. For a parking map, please visit www.montana.edu/parking/.

This event is supported in part by donations to the College of Letters and Science through the MSU Alumni Foundation.

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Featured Books (CLS faculty member noted in bold)

  1. "The Nature of Slavery: Environment and Plantation Labor in the Anglo-Atlantic World," Katherine Johnston, Oxford University Press (September 15, 2022), ISBN 978-0197514603

  2. "Conversations with Dave Eggers," Scott Parker, University Press of Mississippi (January 4, 2022), ISBN 978-1496837868

  3. "Imperial Zions: Religion, Race, and Family in the American West and the Pacific," Amanda Hendrix-Komoto, University of Nebraska Press (October 1, 2022), ISBN 978-1496233462

  4. "Birthing the West: Mothers and Midwives in the Rockies and Plains," Jennifer Hill, (March 1, 2022), University of Nebraska Press, ISBN 978-1496226853

  5. "Preserving Yellowstone’s Natural Conditions: Science and the Perception of Nature," James A. Pritchard, University of Nebraska Press; Second edition (October 1, 2022), ISBN 978-1496233059

  6. "Undergraduate Research in History," Molly Todd, Routledge (March 31, 2022), ISBN 978-0367456849