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  • Poetry Live! is a community celebration held during the Spring in the Community Room at Bozeman Public Library. The public is invited to read or recite an original poem or a favorite work by a favorite poet. This event was sponsored by the Montana State University Library, the MSU English Club and English Department, and the Bozeman Public Library.

00:00-4:35 — Introductions from Jan Zauha

4:36-5:55 — Mary Keefer reads an original poem

6:28-10:10 — Leila Kirschner reads an original poem

10:20-15:10 — Jack Kligerman reads an anonymous historical English poem

15:20-16:35 — Piper Meuwissen reads an original poem

17:00-18:50 — Hokukea reads an original poem

19:05-21:23 — David Shields reads
  • Poetry Live! 2014, Part 1

    Poetry Live! is a community celebration held during the Spring in the Community Room at Bozeman Public Library. The public is invited to read or recite an original poem or a favorite work by a favorite poet. This event was sponsored by the Montana State University Library, the MSU English Club and English Department, and the Bozeman Public Library. 00:00-4:35 — Introductions from Jan Zauha 4:36-5:55 — Mary Keefer reads an original poem 6:28-10:10 — Leila Kirschner reads an original poem 10:20-15:10 — Jack Kligerman reads an anonymous historical English poem 15:20-16:35 — Piper Meuwissen reads an original poem 17:00-18:50 — Hokukea reads an original poem 19:05-21:23 — David Shields reads "Wait" by C.K. Williams 21:30-23:05 — Zach Bean reads "To My Twenties" by Kenneth Koch

  • Poetry Live! is a community celebration held during the Spring in the Community Room at Bozeman Public Library. The public is invited to read or recite an original poem or a favorite work by a favorite poet. This event was sponsored by the Montana State University (MSU) Library, the MSU English Club and English Department, and the Bozeman Public Library.

3:15-4:15 John Heilman reads
  • Poetry Live! 2014, Part 2

    Poetry Live! is a community celebration held during the Spring in the Community Room at Bozeman Public Library. The public is invited to read or recite an original poem or a favorite work by a favorite poet. This event was sponsored by the Montana State University (MSU) Library, the MSU English Club and English Department, and the Bozeman Public Library. 3:15-4:15 John Heilman reads "The Weekend" 4:33-7:25 Theresa Nichols Schuster reads "The Two of Us" 7:43-8:12 Rebecca Dilday reads "Windchimes" 8:31-10:00 Michael Donch 10:30-12:55 Joanne Tytnol reads an original poem 13:15-16:40 Ben Leubner reads "Aubade" by Philip Larkin 17:17-19:19 Valerie Hemingway reads "Beyond the Fling" 19:38-20:52 Craig West reads "Recall" 21:05-22:10 Sarah Juel reads an original poem 22:33-23:53 Willa Jean Speegle reads "God is Near" 24:14-28:45 Tyler Dunning reads an original poem 29:09-32:09 Margaret Mary Z. reads an original poem

  • Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and highlighting the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those that some may consider unorthodox or unpopular.

00:00-6:05 — Introduction by Sheila Bonnand

6:29-10:30 — Kent Davis reads from The Kindly Ones by Neil Gaiman

10:49-15:32 — Molly May reads from The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls

16:00-23:00 — Sandra Brug reads from And Tango Makes Three by Peter Parnell and Justin Richardson

23:20-27:47 — David Abrams reads from The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier (Part 1)
  • Banned Books Week 2014, Part 1

    Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and highlighting the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those that some may consider unorthodox or unpopular. 00:00-6:05 — Introduction by Sheila Bonnand 6:29-10:30 — Kent Davis reads from The Kindly Ones by Neil Gaiman 10:49-15:32 — Molly May reads from The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls 16:00-23:00 — Sandra Brug reads from And Tango Makes Three by Peter Parnell and Justin Richardson 23:20-27:47 — David Abrams reads from The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier (Part 1)

  • Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and highlighting the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those that some may consider unorthodox or unpopular.

00:00-2:35 — David Abrams reads from The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier (Part 2)

2:50-6:11 — Janet Fox reads from The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie

6:32-11:27 — Terry Dood reads from In the Night Kitchen by Maurice Sendak

11:50-19:34 — Mark Miller reads from Captain Underpants by Dav Pilkey
  • Banned Books Week 2014, Part 2

    Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and highlighting the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those that some may consider unorthodox or unpopular. 00:00-2:35 — David Abrams reads from The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier (Part 2) 2:50-6:11 — Janet Fox reads from The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie 6:32-11:27 — Terry Dood reads from In the Night Kitchen by Maurice Sendak 11:50-19:34 — Mark Miller reads from Captain Underpants by Dav Pilkey

  • Award-winning author and angling enthusiast Thomas McGuane presents
  • MSU Library Trout & Salmonid Lecture 2016 - Tom McGuane

    Award-winning author and angling enthusiast Thomas McGuane presents "Does Fishing Mean Anything?" on Thursday, May 5, 2016 at the Museum of the Rockies Hager Auditorium. Each year, the Montana State University (MSU) Library's Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series hosts a world-renowned speaker and offers a free lecture event to the MSU and Bozeman communities on the subject of trout and salmonid studies.

  • The Montana State University Library hosted the launch of the Ivan Doig Archive on September 19, 2016 in the Strand Union Building on the Montana State University campus. Ivan Doig (1939-2015) was the critically acclaimed author of 16 works of fiction and nonfiction primarily set in Montana. The archive was awarded to Montana State University by Ivan’s widow, Carol Muller Doig, following a joint proposal submitted by the MSU Library and the MSU College of Letters & Science in fall 2015.

President Waded Cruzado, Dean Kenning Arlitsch, and Dean Nicol Rae open the event, followed by the unveiling of the print and digital versions of the archive, which contains Ivan Doig’s original manuscripts, diaries, personal interviews, correspondence, notes, and memorabilia. It also features thousands of images including family albums, travel, and research photographs as well as documentation detailing the author’s battle with multiple myeloma. 

A panel discussion of Doig’s work, life, and his place in Montana’s literary and historical landscape follow the unveiling. This panel includes Carol Muller Doig, Marcella Sherfy Walter, a research historian who worked closely with the author, Betty Mayfield, Ivan Doig archivist, and Rick Bass, Writer-in-Residence in MSU’s College of Letters & Science and an award winning author. The panel is moderated by Dr. Mary Murphy, Montana historian and Distinguished Professor in the MSU College of Letters & Science.
  • Ivan Doig Archive Launch - September 19, 2016

    The Montana State University Library hosted the launch of the Ivan Doig Archive on September 19, 2016 in the Strand Union Building on the Montana State University campus. Ivan Doig (1939-2015) was the critically acclaimed author of 16 works of fiction and nonfiction primarily set in Montana. The archive was awarded to Montana State University by Ivan’s widow, Carol Muller Doig, following a joint proposal submitted by the MSU Library and the MSU College of Letters & Science in fall 2015. President Waded Cruzado, Dean Kenning Arlitsch, and Dean Nicol Rae open the event, followed by the unveiling of the print and digital versions of the archive, which contains Ivan Doig’s original manuscripts, diaries, personal interviews, correspondence, notes, and memorabilia. It also features thousands of images including family albums, travel, and research photographs as well as documentation detailing the author’s battle with multiple myeloma. A panel discussion of Doig’s work, life, and his place in Montana’s literary and historical landscape follow the unveiling. This panel includes Carol Muller Doig, Marcella Sherfy Walter, a research historian who worked closely with the author, Betty Mayfield, Ivan Doig archivist, and Rick Bass, Writer-in-Residence in MSU’s College of Letters & Science and an award winning author. The panel is moderated by Dr. Mary Murphy, Montana historian and Distinguished Professor in the MSU College of Letters & Science.

  • Animal Planet's, River Monsters host, writer, and extreme angler, Jeremy Wade presents
  • MSU Library Trout & Salmonid Lecture 2017 - Jeremy Wade

    Animal Planet's, River Monsters host, writer, and extreme angler, Jeremy Wade presents "How Healthy Are The World's Rivers?" on Thursday, March 30, 2017 at the Strand Union Building. Each year, the Montana State University (MSU) Library's Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series hosts a world-renowned speaker and offers a free lecture event to the MSU and Bozeman communities on the subject of trout and salmonid studies.

  • Dan Wenk, superintendent of Yellowstone National Park, presents
  • MSU Library Trout & Salmonid Lecture 2014 - Dan Wenk

    Dan Wenk, superintendent of Yellowstone National Park, presents "Native Fish Conservation in Yellowstone National Park." Each year, the MSU Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series hosts a world-renowned speaker and offers a free lecture event to the MSU and Bozeman communities on the subject of trout and salmonid studies.

  • Dr. Richard Hoffman presents “Trout and Fly, Work and Play, in Medieval Europe.”  Each year, the Montana State University (MSU) Library Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series hosts a world-renowned speaker and offers a free lecture event to the MSU and Bozeman communities on the subject of trout and salmonid studies.
  • MSU Library Trout & Salmonid Lecture 2011 - Richard Hoffman

    Dr. Richard Hoffman presents “Trout and Fly, Work and Play, in Medieval Europe.” Each year, the Montana State University (MSU) Library Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series hosts a world-renowned speaker and offers a free lecture event to the MSU and Bozeman communities on the subject of trout and salmonid studies.

  • “Students, Our Voices to the Future: Community Engaged Research and Partnerships to Address Tribal Water and Health” takes place March 30th from 1:30–3pm in Montana State University (MSU) Library. These presentations feature John Doyle, Sara Young, Myra Lefthand, Mari Eggers, Christine Martin, Emery Three Irons, JoRee LaFrance and Anne Camper. Introductory song by Chontay Mitchell, MSU student,  singer and drummer.  This the first of two events in conjunction with the Native Voices exhibit which is being hosted at Montana State University (MSU) Library.
  • Native Voices Exhibit Presentation 2018

    “Students, Our Voices to the Future: Community Engaged Research and Partnerships to Address Tribal Water and Health” takes place March 30th from 1:30–3pm in Montana State University (MSU) Library. These presentations feature John Doyle, Sara Young, Myra Lefthand, Mari Eggers, Christine Martin, Emery Three Irons, JoRee LaFrance and Anne Camper. Introductory song by Chontay Mitchell, MSU student, singer and drummer. This the first of two events in conjunction with the Native Voices exhibit which is being hosted at Montana State University (MSU) Library.

  • Martha Williams, Director of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks presents
  • MSU Library Trout & Salmonid Lecture 2018 - Martha Williams

    Martha Williams, Director of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks presents "Wild Trout in Montana" at 7p.m. Tuesday, April 3, 2018 in Montana State University's Strand Union Building. Each year, the MSU Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series hosts a world-renowned speaker and offers a free lecture event to the MSU and Bozeman communities on the subject of trout and salmonid studies.

  • The MSU Library Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series welcomed Chris Wood, the president and CEO of Trout Unlimited, as the 2015 Trout Lecture keynote speaker. Chris Wood presents
  • MSU Library Trout & Salmonid Lecture 2015 - Chris Wood

    The MSU Library Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series welcomed Chris Wood, the president and CEO of Trout Unlimited, as the 2015 Trout Lecture keynote speaker. Chris Wood presents "Saving the World: One Trout at a Time" on Thursday, April 23, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at the Museum of the Rockies Hager Auditorium. Each year, the Montana State University (MSU) Library's Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series hosts a world-renowned speaker and offers a free lecture event to the MSU and Bozeman communities on the general subject of trout and salmonid studies. This taped lecture is a rich, compelling story of Chris Wood's life's mission to focus on the preservation of public lands, streams, rivers and natural habitats to ensure their viability now and for future generations for the preservation of wild salmon and trout.

  • On April 13, 2013, the MSU Library Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series presents Nathaniel Reed, the 2013 Trout Lecture keynote speaker. Reed delivers a talk entitled
  • MSU Library Trout & Salmonid Lecture 2013 - Nathaniel Reed

    On April 13, 2013, the MSU Library Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series presents Nathaniel Reed, the 2013 Trout Lecture keynote speaker. Reed delivers a talk entitled "Where are we as stewards of great trout rivers and lakes?" In serving as Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and National Parks from 1971-1977, Nathaniel Reed has been instrumental in the conservation movement for over 40 years. While serving as the Assistant Secretary of the Interior during the Nixon and Ford administrations, Reed played an instrumental role in the Clean Water Act which has helped preserve countless lakes, rivers, and of course trout streams. Each year, the MSU Trout and Salmonid Lecture Series hosts a world-renowned speaker and offers a free lecture event to the MSU and Bozeman communities dealing with the general subject of trout and salmonid studies.

  • The Montana State University Bobcat Singers drum group performs in Renne Library on April 11, 2013. Featured singers include: Ryan Ricci, Concklin Biglake, Ronald LodgePole, Kevin Curely, Jason Baldes, Phillip Chavez.
  • Performance: MSU Bobcat Singers drum group 2013

    The Montana State University Bobcat Singers drum group performs in Renne Library on April 11, 2013. Featured singers include: Ryan Ricci, Concklin Biglake, Ronald LodgePole, Kevin Curely, Jason Baldes, Phillip Chavez.

  • Bozeman Reads Banned Books: Kiah Abbey, MSU Student, of the Country Bookshelf reads a selection from Howl by Allen Ginsberg. Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and highlighting the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those that some may consider unorthodox or unpopular.
  • Banned Books Week 2013 - Kiah Abbey reads from Howl

    Bozeman Reads Banned Books: Kiah Abbey, MSU Student, of the Country Bookshelf reads a selection from Howl by Allen Ginsberg. Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and highlighting the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those that some may consider unorthodox or unpopular.

  • Bozeman Reads Banned Books: Jan Zauha, MSU Librarian and Professor, reads a selection from Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman. Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and highlighting the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those that some may consider unorthodox or unpopular.
  • Banned Books Week 2013 - Jan Zauha reads from Leaves of Grass

    Bozeman Reads Banned Books: Jan Zauha, MSU Librarian and Professor, reads a selection from Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman. Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and highlighting the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community in shared support of the freedom to seek and express ideas, even those that some may consider unorthodox or unpopular.

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