Professor Donald E. Worster, noted environmental historian from the University of Kansas, will be presenting a lecture, "John Muir and the Modern Passion for Nature," on on November 10th at Duke University. In his lecture, Dr. Worster will focus on Muir's changing views of the natural world and reflect on the legacy those views have left for today's environmentalists.
The lecture is Wednesday, November 10th, at 4:30 p.m. in White Lecture Hall on the East Campus of Duke University, with a reception to follow. Both are free to the public.
The 2004 Lynn W. Day Distinguished Lectureship in Forest and Conservation History is co-sponsored by the Nicholas School of the Environment & Earth Sciences, the Duke University Department of History, and the Forest History Society. Please contact the Forest History Society for directions (phone number provided below).
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