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Wilderness Issues Lecture Series: Spring 2003

Wilderness, the Commons, & Sustainable Public Access - The series, sponsored by the College of Forestry and Conservation's Wilderness Institute at the University of Montana, brings together advocates, politicians, academics and agency staff in a leading edge assessment of the politics of wilderness and the future of advocacy. The series is offered each spring and is recorded live by the University of Montana. Selected lectures are made available via the Internet.

Media Time Title/Description
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 42:21 min. Wild Politics: Why So Many Natural Resource-based Political Conflicts are Controversial, Acrimonious, and Intractable
Martin Nie, Assistant Professor of Natural Resource Policy, The University of Montana (February 4, 2003)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 36:58 min. Devolution of Wildland Decisions: The Case for Community Access
Jim Burchfield, Director of the Bolle Center for People and Forests, The University of Montana (February 11, 2003)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 46:49 min. Emerging Public Access in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Charles Breen, Professor, Centre for Environment and Development, The University of Natal, South Africa (February 18, 2003)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 54:51 min. Driven Wild: The Automobile and the Origins of Wilderness Advocacy
Paul Sutter, Assistant Professor of History, University of Georgia and Author of Driven Wild: How the Fight Against Automobiles Launched the Modern Wilderness Movement (March 4, 2003)
Click to listen to audio in MP3 format Click to listen to audio in WMA format 44:25 min. Managing Escalating Day Use in Wilderness: Who is Going? What are they Seeking?
Troy Hall, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Resource Recreation and Tourism, University of Idaho (April 1, 2003)



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