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Evening at Egan Lecture

How the Palin Administration utilizes both historic and contemporary justifications for its predator control programs is explored at the next Friday Evening at Egan Lecture.

Juneau, AK

Date of Press Release: September 29, 2008

European Anthropocentrism vs. American Ecocentrism: Clashing Values Regarding Wolves
October 3, 2008, 7:00 p.m.
Egan Lecture Hall, Univeristy of Alaska Southeast


 How the Palin Administration utilizes both historic and contemporary justifications for its predator control programs is explored at the next Friday Evening at Egan Lecture. European Anthropocentrism vs. American Ecocentrism: Clashing Values Regarding Wolves will be presented by Dr. Alex Simon, UAS Assistant Prof. of Sociology.

The evening at Egan lecture series is held every Friday at 7 p.m. thorugh November 21, 2008 Visit the Evening at Egan Website for all scheduled lectures.

Press Release Contact

Alex Simon

Assistance Professor of Sociology

(907) 796-6152

alex.simon@uas.alaska.edu

Katie Bausler

University of Alaska Southeast

(907) 796-6530

katie.bausler@uas.alaska.edu