Events


 

Wednesday, September 14

7:00        Keynote: National Parks Beyond the Nation: Global Perspectives on the History of “America’s Best Idea.”  Lory Student Center, Grey Rock Room. Paul Sutter, Associate Professor of History, University of Colorado at Boulder


Thursday, September 15

8:30-11:30        Workshop Session 1, Lory Student Center, Room 228 (Conte, MacEachern, Routledge; Jared Orsi, moderator)

1:00 – 4:00        Workshop Session 2, Lory Student Center, Room 228 (Carruthers, Catton; Adrian Howkins, moderator)

7:00        Public Panel: National Parks in a Global Context: Are They Truly “National?” Ben Delatour Room, Fort Collins Main Library, 201 Peterson Street. Panelists:  Mark Carey, University of Oregon;  Jose Drummond, Universidade de Brasilia; Patrick Kupper, Institut für Geschichte (Zurich); Steve Rodriguez, UCLA; Mark Fiege, CSU (moderator)

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Friday, September 16

8:00 – 11:00        Workshop Session 3, Lory Student Center, Room 228 (Drummond, Wakild, Carey; Mark Fiege, moderator)

12:00 – 1:00        Public Panel: National Parks On the Border: What Are the Challenges Where Nations Meet? Lory Student Center, Grey Rock Room. Panelists: Chris Conte, Utah State University; Alan MacEachern, University of Western Ontario; Karen Routledge, Parks Canada; Jared Orsi, CSU (moderator)

1:00 – 4:00        Workshop Session 4, Lory Student Center, Room 228 (McGrath, Kupper, Rodriguez; Ruth Alexander, moderator)


Saturday, September 17

7:00        Public Panel: National Parks Around the World: Are They All the Same? Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, Rocky Mountain National Park. Panelists: Jane Carruthers, University of South Africa; Ted Catton, University of Montana; Ann McGrath, Australian National University; Emily Wakild, Wake Forest University; Adrian Howkins, CSU (moderator)

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