Every place, every landscape, is a site of memory and a site of erasure over different scales of time and space. Sand and stone are pieces of Earth's memory; yet, you could also say that each of us is a terrain inscribed by memory and by loss. --Lauret Savoy

Way Finders & Wild Women

Way Finders & Wild Women

Oct 4, 2023-- "Tiya, your remarkable new book 'Wild Girls: How the Outdoors Shaped the Women Who Challenged a Nation' invites readers on a journey of insight and humanity to remind us how each life--whether enslaved or dispossessed, marginalized or privileged--takes place on this Earth. Could you tell us why you wrote Wild Girls? Also, who are the Wild Girls and how did you select the books title?" In this conversation, authors and historians Tiya Miles and Lauret Savoy discuss America's trailblazing women, race, landscape, memory, the importance of getting girls outdoors, and Tiya's new book Wild Girls. (1227 reads)

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