History & American studies grad students to participate in “Wild Animal” Malone Conference

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! screen-shot-2016-10-12-at-5-26-48-pm

  • “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)

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