Jack Turner is the author of The Abstract Wild, Tetons, Teewinot: A Year in the Teton Range, and Travels in the Greater Yellowstone. He is the former president of the Exum Mountain Guides and School of American Mountaineering in Grand Teton National Park and has led more than 40 treks, trips, and exploratory expeditions to Pakistan, India, China, Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, and Peru. Jack studied philosophy and Chinese at the University of Colorado, Stanford University, and Cornell University, and taught philosophy at the University of Illinois. He lives with Dana, his wife, in Grand Teton National Park.
“Converrsations: Brooke Williams & Jack Turner on Wildness”