Voices from the Field 

Archivists, curators, academics, creatives, and others share their perspectives on Mining the West.

Excerpts from Rain Scald
Tacey Atsitty, poet

Utah Abandoned Mine Reclamation
Seth Button, archaeologist

Pit Stops: Open Pit Mine Overlooks in the West
Center for Land Use Interpretation

Copper Kings: Arizona, Utah, and Montana
Betsy Fahlman, PhD, curator, Phoenix Art Museum 

Profile of Bingham Canyon Miners
Rajive Ganguli, PhD, PE; Rambabu Pothina, PhD; Michael Nelson, PhD. University of Utah Department of Mining Engineering

Toward a Bird's Eye View: Beyond mine, extracted
Gretchen Ernster Henderson, writer, artist, scholar

Risk and Reward: the Western Uranium Boom
Nate Housley, labor historian, writer, and Program Assistant, Utah Humanities' Think Water Utah Project

The End of the City of Bingham Canyon
Brian Leech, environmental historian, Associate Professor of History, Augustana College

Health and Environmental Impacts of Mining
Daniel Mendoza, Research Asst. Professor, Atmospheric Sciences/Adjunct Asst. Professor, Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Division/Visiting Asst. Professor, City & Metropolitan Planning, NEXUS Research Institute, University of Utah

Deeply Dependent
Marnie Powers-Torrey, book artist, Director of the Book Arts Program & Red Butte Press, University of Utah

Paisley Rekdal, author, Distinguished Professor, University of Utah, Poet Laureate, Utah

An Interview with Tommy Rock
Tommy Rock, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Higgins Research Laboratory, Princeton University

Pink Moon Atlas
Elpitha Tsoutsounakis, designer, printer, and educator, Assistant Professor, Division of Multi-disciplinary Design, University of Utah

Lindsey Webb, author, poet, PhD student, University of Utah

Digging Into Utah's Mining History
Betsey Welland, MLIS, Senior Archivist, Marriott Library Special Collections

Connecting the Dots
Will Wilson, Diné photographer and trans-customary artist