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Bicentennial Happenings: Thoreau in Our Time

Thoreau in Our Time, May 11, 2017, Jones Library, Amherst. Henry David Thoreau’s writings, especially Walden (1854), were a product of his own time and place. But the world is just now catching up with his insights into economy, society, and the human relationship with nature. Join UMass historian David Glassberg on an exploration of Thoreau and his legacy on the 200th anniversary of Thoreau’s birth in 1817.  For more information, visit the Jones Library, Amherst, MA

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