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TTT1746 November 13 Joe and Tony Amato

Joe Amato, retired emeritus professor of history of Southwest Minnesota State University, has written almost 20 books exploring the relationships between local places and human meaning and identity over time. His son, Tony Amato, associate professor of social science  at Southwest Minnesota State University, has just edited a new book, Conservation on the Northern Plains: New Perspectives, and reminds us how the relationship between humans and the natural environment is critical to both present and future.

Join TTT as we take a momentary respite from politics and the outrages of the day to explore some of the deeper currents that give meaning to our lives.

Guests:

Joe Amato is former emeritus professor of history at Southwest Minnesota State University and the author of Surfaces: A History.

Tony Amato is an associate professor of social science at Southwest Minnesota State University.

 

Joe Amato, retired emeritus professor of history of Southwest Minnesota State University, has written almost 20 books exploring the relationships between local places and human meaning and identity over time. His son, Tony Amato, associate professor of social science  at Southwest Minnesota State University, has just edited a new book, Conservation on the Northern Plains: New Perspectives, and reminds us how the relationship between humans and the natural environment is critical to both present and future.

Join TTT as we take a momentary respite from politics and the outrages of the day to explore some of the deeper currents that give meaning to our lives.

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