American Society for Environmental History Conference: Joseph L. Sax Commemoration Panel

  • 19 Mar 2015
  • 1:30 PM
  • Washington, DC

The Multifaceted Legacies of Joseph Sax (1936-2014)

An illuminating panel of commentators: 

- Laura Watt, Sonoma State, Organizer-Moderator, studied with Joe Sax...

- Hope Babcock, Georgetown Law Center: Sax, citizen activism, & public trust...

- Tom Kline, Esq., on Sax's theories on art & cultural artifacts preservation...

- Margot Higgins, UC Berkeley, Wrangell Mountains Center, National Park Services: Sax's impact on national park stewardship...

- Mark Madison, environmental historian at USDoI/USFWS...

- Zyg Plater, Boston College: Joe Sax as Mentor, and inspiration to multiple academies and multiple environmental controversies...

- Jason Robison, University of Wyoming: Joe Sax on water and water law...

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