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Joanne Klein, Stacey Guill, Clyde Moneyhun and Brady Udall

By: kristenbrevik   Published 11:55 am / September 14, 2018


Joanne Klein, Stacey Guill, Clyde Moneyhun and Brady Udall

History, Osher Institute, English and Creative Writing

Boise State faculty Joanne Klein (History), Stacey Guill (Osher Institute), Clyde Moneyhun (English) and Brady Udall (Creative Writing) participated as presenters and discussion leaders at the annual Ernest Hemingway Symposium in Ketchum, Sept. 6-9. This year’s theme focused on Hemingway’s novel, “A Farewall to Arms,” to commemorate the century that has passed since the end of World War I in 1918. For more details on this year’s (and next year’s) symposium, see the website of the Ketchum Community Library, which has hosted the event for more than 10 years.