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Boise State University’s “Idea of Nature” Public Lecture Series continues for the 3rd year. The goal of the series is to promote interdisciplinary inquiry and to foster dialogue across the campus and community, based on the premise that big questions need interdisciplinary answers. It examines how ideas of nature are expressed in literature, art, philosophy, music and other humanities disciplines. The MK Nature Center is pleased to be involved in such a wonderful community event.
- The lectures are free, open to the public and no tickets are required. - Free parking is available in the Lincoln Parking Structure with code: 70161485 - The lectures are held from 6-7 p.m. in the Student Union Jordan or Simplot ballrooms. - Each lecture is followed by a reception with a no-host bar and appetizers.
To reserve a spot at a reception, ask questions about free parking, or information about the series, contact Samantha Harvey, associate professor of English, at SAMANTHAHARVEY@BOISESTATE.EDU or visit the IDEA OF NATURE WEBPAGE: http://scholarworks.boisestate.edu/ideaofnature/
March 17, 2016. Donald Worster, University of Kansas.
“John Muir and the Religion of Nature: A Bankrupt Legacy?"