This symposium is a component of the John E. Sawyer Seminar “Making the Mississippi:
Formulating New Water Narratives for the 21st Century and Beyond” organized by the Institute
for Advanced Study and River Life at the University of Minnesota. The John E. Sawyer
Seminars on the Comparative Study of Cultures are funded by the Andrew W. Mellon
Foundation in honor of the third president of the foundation. This year-long seminar series has
been planned and coordinated in collaboration with several on- and off-campus organizations
including the Minnesota Historical Society, National Park Service, and Institute on the
Environment at the University of Minnesota.
Symposium program titled "The Once and Future River: Imagining the Mississippi in an Era of Climate Change" which took place at Northrop on April 8-10, 2015. Program includes program information about the 2015 Sawyer Seminar "Making the Mississippi: Formulating New Water Narratives for the 21st Century and Beyond" and participants, as well as the schedule of presentations at the symposium, and brief biographies of the participants.
River Life Program.
The Once and Future River: Imagining the Mississippi in an Era of Climate Change: University of Minnesota Sawyer Seminar Symposium Program.
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