Sustainability and Entrepreneurship

 

2010 Spirit of Service ’76 Environmental Speaker Series: Paul Hutton ’76

aul Andrew Hutton (born October 23, 1949) is an American cultural historian, author, documentary writer, and television personality. He is also the professor of history at the University of New Mexico and the executive director of Western History Association.

At the University of New Mexico, Hutton helped to gather information about George Armstrong Custer for the readers. The result of Hutton’s research was The Custer Reader, a collection of essays, photographs, and fiction regarding Custer and his complex personality. Hutton’s 1985 book Phil Sheridan and His Army received many awards for historical writing, including the Ray Allen Billington Award. He has written many other award-winning essays, scripts, and articles. He has done a great deal of work in television documentaries, and was a historical consultant for the films The Missing and “Cowboys and Aliens”. Dr. Hutton has appeared in, written or narrated over 150 television documentaries on CBS, NBC, PBS, Discover, Disney Channel, TBS, TNN, A&E, and the History Channel. Listed below are recent samples of his work.

Sustainability and Entrepreneurship

Publish Date

February 20, 2010

Presenter(s)

Paul Hutton

Video Length

00:56:46

 

2010 Spirit of Service ’76 Environmental Speaker Series: Paul Hutton ’76

aul Andrew Hutton (born October 23, 1949) is an American cultural historian, author, documentary writer, and television personality. He is also the professor of history at the University of New Mexico and the executive director of Western History Association.

At the University of New Mexico, Hutton helped to gather information about George Armstrong Custer for the readers. The result of Hutton’s research was The Custer Reader, a collection of essays, photographs, and fiction regarding Custer and his complex personality. Hutton’s 1985 book Phil Sheridan and His Army received many awards for historical writing, including the Ray Allen Billington Award. He has written many other award-winning essays, scripts, and articles. He has done a great deal of work in television documentaries, and was a historical consultant for the films The Missing and “Cowboys and Aliens”. Dr. Hutton has appeared in, written or narrated over 150 television documentaries on CBS, NBC, PBS, Discover, Disney Channel, TBS, TNN, A&E, and the History Channel. Listed below are recent samples of his work.