Title

John Muir: Communions with Death and Life

Document Type

Lecture

Date of Presentation

2016

Abstract

Famed naturalist and writer John Muir took many calculated risks in order to observe nature – from setting out on a glacier with a dog in a snowstorm to chasing a forest fire. Wurtz shares some of these adventures as illustrated with Muir’s drawings, letters, and journals from Pacific, and examine how Muir used his masterful observational skills to study, promote, and protect “anywhere that is wild.”

Comments

This is a repeating lecture given by Mike Wurtz since 2016.

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