Copyright @ 1995 by The University of Montana
Volume 13, number 3
BY S.A. SNYDER
The Rural Institute reaches out to Montanan's with disabilities.
BY BETH JUDY
Joanne Charbonneau explores the evolution of romance from the twelfthcentury medieval romances to today's Harlequins.
BIRDS OF A FEATHER
BY MARNIE PRANGE
UM sports ten of the world's leading avian researchers whose research ranges from lazuli buntings to black-backed woodpeckers.
BRAVE NEW BEEHIVE
BY KIM ANDERSON
Ready or not, here comes the electronic beehive-and if Jerry Bromenshenkhas his way, it will soon be on-line.
BY DEBRA MCKINNEY
Journalist Debra McKinney reflects on the meaning of time in a remote Alaskan village.BOOK CHAT
BY SUSANNA SONNENBERG
Three new books from UM faculty and alumni cover the murder of Italian president Aldo Moro, damaged lives in Montana and Florida and a boyhood in the unforgiving world of Kentucky.Cover: Lazuli bunting chicks photographed by Erick Greene.Inside: Photos by Todd Goodrich, except as noted.