Paul A. Trout, now retired, was an associate professor of English at Montana State University for thirty-eight years. He has published widely on cultural and academic issues, and his articles have appeared in the Chronicle of Higher Education, the Washington Post, the Washington Times, Commonweal, the Christian Science Monitor, and other publications.
Joining Ian Punnett, Paul A. Trout (book link), retired professor at Montana State University, for a discussion on how ancient mythology about animal predators in search of human flesh has factual roots based on mankind's early history. First hour guest, Galen Cook, provided an update in the D.B. Cooper mystery. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett