Audio Archive

Lee, Bob

Bob Lee retired in 2007 after 30 years of teaching and research as a Professor of Forestry at the University of Washington. After graduating in forestry from the University of California at Berkeley, with summer employment for the U.S. Forest Service, he worked for a small forest company in the Redwood Region. From there he attended Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies to study forest ecology, philosophy, and sociology. He completed his doctoral studies in Wildland Resource Science back at Berkeley, specializing in sociology, anthropology, and systems ecology, and worked as a research sociologist for the National Park Service to support his dissertation research. During a career studying forest-based communities, research took him to Europe, Asia, Mexico, and Canada, and he was invited to testify at President Clinton’s Forest Conference in 1993.

Recordings

America as a Second Creation Nature Subdued and Transformed by Technology and Markets

Presenter: Lee, Bob / 2008

Conservation for People and the Death of Christian Socialism

Presenter: Lee, Bob / 2008

Clear-cutting and the Behemoth

Presenter: Lee, Bob / 2008

Joshua Lives: Removing the Loggers from the Western Landscape

Presenter: Lee, Bob / 2008

Creating a New Covenant: The Birth of Sacred Forest

Presenter: Lee, Bob / 2008

Unmasking the Romance of Trees: Can Jesus or the Cross mediate our relationship to nature?

Presenter: Lee, Bob / 2008

Forests, Paul, and the Greening of the Church: Inspiration from an Icon

Presenter: Lee, Bob / 2008

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

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