Author Traces Rise of Environmentalism
June 11, 2017
Daily Freeman News - The Olana Partnership is sponsoring a lecture by Mark Stoll,
a professor of history at Texas Tech University and author of “Inherit the Holy Mountain:
Religion and the Rise of American Environmentalism” at 4 p.m. Saturday, June 17, at
the Wagon House Education Center at Olana State Historic Site, state Route 9G.
Stoll will discuss how certain denominations in the United States made nature a moral
and political force, with a focus on how these ideas influenced artist Frederic Church's
Stoll's scholarship gets to the heart of environmentalism's history and the intersections
with religion and art movements, organizers say.
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