Audio Archive

Keller, Bob

Bob was a professor and author. He was a life-long learner and supporter of the environment. Bob attended the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington and received his PhD in church history from the University of Chicago. He taught at Fairhaven College at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. His classes at Fairhaven ranged from the Grand Canyon to the Columbia River, Native American history, forests, basic mountaineering, Supreme Court history, and death and dying. In 1980 he received Western’s Distinguished Teaching Award. Bob also taught in Western's History Department and in the Huxley College of the Environment.

Recordings

Chief Seattle: The Fifth Gospel?

Presenter: Keller, Bob / 1995

Columbia River: Part 1 – Conflict and Self-Interest

Presenter: Keller, Bob / 1996

Columbia River: Part 1 – Conflict and Self-Interest

Presenter: Keller, Bob / 1996

Columbia River: Part 2 – Native America

Presenter: Keller, Bob / 1996

Columbia River: Part 4 – A Grand Tour with Bill Dietrich

Presenter: Keller, Bob / 1996

Northwest Missions: Catholic Success, Protestant Failure

Presenter: Keller, Bob / 1996

Green Burial: Confronting Death and Dying

Presenter: Keller, Bob / 2010

Green Burial: Death Denial

Presenter: Keller, Bob / 2010

Green Burial: Life and Death in the Meadow

Presenter: Keller, Bob / 2010

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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