The Idaho Humanities Council is inviting the public to three free programs in the next week exploring “Wallace Stegner and the Consciousness of Place,” including a lecture, an author interview, and a humorous reading. The events, all at Boise State University, are part of a week-long institute for Idaho teachers focusing on Stegner, the author and conservationist whose novel “Angle of Repose” won the Pulitzer Prize in 1972. The lecture, “Stegner’s Dream of the West” by author and Stegner scholar Sharon Butala, will be Sunday, July 16, at 7 p.m. in the Bishop Barnwell Room at BSU’s Student Union. On Monday, July 17 at 7 p.m., also in the Bishop Barnwell Room, the program will feature “A Conversation with Richard Etulain,” author of “Conversations...
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Public invited to three humanities programs on 'Wallace Stegner and the Consciousness of Place'