Love Your Mother | Panel Discussion & Book Release | Jennifer Ladino

Wednesday, April 19, 2023 - 7:00pm

Please join us for a book release celebration with Jennifer Ladino, featured in the "Idaho" chapter of McDuff's new book "Love Your Mother." Ladino will host a panel discussion featuring Idaho women working for climate justice, including:

Shanny Spang Gion (UI Visiting Tribal Scholar):

Olivia Niemi (UI ASUI student sustainability ambassador):

Katie Bilodeau (Friends of the Clearwater):

Ryanne Pilgeram (former UI sociologist now working for The Wilderness Society:

Kristin Haltinner (UI Sociology and Moscow Climate Action Working Group):

Tara Hudiburg (UI climate scientist, forestry specialist): 

Erin James, Leah Hampton, and/or Stacy Isenbarger--UI English and Art+Design faculty working in the Confluence Lab, which was the main subject of the "Idaho" book chapter! 

This event is first in BookPeople of Moscow's year-long OUR LANDSCAPE | ART AND AUTHOR SERIES celebrating our 50th anniversary in 2023!

Mallory McDuff teaches environmental education at Warren Wilson College outside Asheville, NC. She is the author of five books, and her essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Wired, and more. Jennifer Ladino is a professor of English at the University of Idaho and a co-founder/co-director of The Confluence Lab. Her work focuses on emotions about environmental change.


Event address: 
LeCompte Auditorium
1912 Center
Moscow, ID 83843
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Love Your Mother: 50 States, 50 Stories, and 50 Women United for Climate Justice By Mallory McDuff Cover Image
ISBN: 9781506464442
Availability: Coming Soon - Please Pre-Order Now
Published: Broadleaf Books - April 11th, 2023

From elder voices opposing the Dakota Pipeline to young people running for office to advocate for change, every day we see real-life stories about how women are making a collective difference on climate justice.