Lawrence M. Lipin

Lawrence M. Lipin received his PhD from UCLA and has taught at Lewis and Clark College and Pacific University, where he has been honored as a Distinguished University Professor. He has previously published two books, the more recent of which, Workers and the Wild, addresses the labor movement’s changing understanding of nature in early twentieth century Oregon. He has published research articles in various academic journals and has twice won the Joel Palmer Award for the best article published in a given year in the Oregon Historical Quarterly.

Books by this Author

Eleanor Baldwin and the Woman’s Point of View

Eleanor Baldwin and the Woman’s Point of View is an intellectual biography of a long-forgotten radical female journalist in Portland, whose daily women’s columns provide...

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