Writing Westward Podcast Episode 002 - Victoria Lamont, Westerns: A Women's History

A conversation with Victoria Lamont about her book Westerns: A Women's History

Writing Westward Podcast
Episode 002

 

Victoria Lamont
Westerns: A Women's History

 


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A conversation with Victoria Lamont about her book Westerns: A Women's History, published in 2016 by the University of Nebraska Press as part of the "Postwestern Horizons" Series. Lamont studies the early formation of the Western Novel as a genre and uncovers little known histories of women authors who published before and concurrent with male authors like Owen Wister who are often credited with developing the first Western novel. Lamont is an Associate Professor of English and the Associate Chair of Undergraduate Studies at the University of Waterloo.

Writing Westward is a production of the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University. Redd Center Asst. Director Brenden W. Rensink serves as the podcast host and producer. Theme music was composed by Micah Dahl Anderson (www.micahdahlanderson.com). View a full episode list on the Writing Westward Podcast main page. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, or YouTube, and follow the podcast on Facebook or Twitter for more information.

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