Several Montana State HGSA members will present this Saturday at the 2016 Malone Conference, “Wild Animals in the Wild West.” See below for a list of the exciting speed talks graduate students will give!
- “Charismatic Megafauna in an Industrial Swamp,” Cheryl Hendry, History PhD candidate (10:30 am-10:55 am)
- “Contorted Coyote Carcasses and Modernity,” LaTrelle Scherffius, History PhD candidate (10:30 am-10:55 am)
- “Lake Michigan Landfill,” Sarah Coletta, American Studies Phd candidate (1:30 pm to 1:50 pm)
- “Restoring a River – A Fish Eye’s View of the Elwha,” Kelsey Matson, History PhD candidate (1:30 pm to 1:50 pm)