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Louis Warren is the W. Turrentine Jackson Professor of US Western History at the University of California, Davis. He was a graduate student in the inaugural class of the Agrarian Societies seminar and the first student to return and present at the Agrarian Studies Program colloquium. In this interview, Warren discusses his recollections of the seminar and the founding of the program; the format of the colloquium and why he and others have replicated it; recollections of some of the program's early events; the uniqueness of the program; and the impact of James C. Scott and the Agrarian Studies Program on two generations of scholarship.

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