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Benjamin Goluboff: “American Environmental Writing: A Literary Tradition”

Benjamin Goluboff is a professor of English at Lake Forest College. Goluboff will discuss how modern writers on the outdoors such as Aldo Leopold, Wallace Stegner, and Annie Dillard have found meaning in the writings of their 19th Century predecessors Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau.

Please join us for Coffee Hour after the talk. All are welcome to our Sunday programs, which are free and open to the public, and childcare is available. For more information, please visit ethicalhuman.org.

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