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||Human Elements of the Lewis & Clark Expedition
|5100 Village View Way #1
Missoula, MT 59803
||(406) 251-1357 (h)
(406) 251-1357 (fax)
||Contact Joe Mussulman for dates. Contact Yvonne Gritzner, Montana Committee for the Humanities, for contracts.
||Montana Committee for the Humanities pays stipend. Travel Expenses required for presentations #2 and #3.
||Available for public presentations and technical consultations.
||Presentations offered are:
- General Lewis & Clark story, with emphasis on essentially human elements.
- "In Greatest Harmony: Medicine songs on the Lewis & Clark Trail" - some of the songs they might have sung are still on our lists of Folk, Patriotic, and Religious music. This is an audience participation event. (Montana Committee for the Humanities Speakers Bureau)
- "Twenty Questions and Fifteen Answers: Lessons and Meanings from Lewis and Clark" With energy, wit and passion, Professor Mussulman moderates a freewheeling, full-participation discussion of the expedition, in pursuit of its lessions and meanings for the twenty-first century.
||Joe Mussulman is a member of the Montana Committee for the Humanities Speakers Bureau. Please visit their web site at www.umt.edu/lastbest/ for more information.
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