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Nancy Langston on Mongolia’s Reindeer Herders

Mongolian herder riding reindeer

History Pub talks presents “A Voyage to Mongolia’s Reindeer Herders: Conservation in a Changing Climate” featuring Nancy Langston, Mellon Visiting Scholar with the Center for Environmental Futures.

Monday, November 11, 2019
7:00–8:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:00)
Viking Braggot Southtowne Pub
2490 Willamette Street, Eugene

Food and drink will be available.


About the Speaker

portrait of Nancy Langston

Nancy Langston is an environmental historian and ecologist. She is the Mellon Visiting Scholar in Environmental Humanities at the Center for Environmental Futures in fall 2019, during which time she will be conducting scholarship on migratory species. She is a published author of several books, including two about the environmental history of Oregon. Where Land and Water Meet: A Western Landscape Transformed (University of Washington Press, 2003) examines land management conflicts of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge. Langston’s earlier book, Forest Dreams, Forest Nightmares: The Paradox of Old Growth in the Inland West (UWP, 1995), is an award-winning study on the forest health crisis on western national forests. Her current project, “New Mobilities of the Anthropocene: Climate Change, Toxics, and Animal Migrations,” is a study of woodland caribou and common loons.

Cosponsored by the University of Oregon Department of History, Lane County History Museum, and the Center for Environmental Futures.