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Laisvasis universitetas (LUNI) kviečia į susitikimą su lietuvių kilmės amerikiečiu Kenu Ilgunu – keliautoju, išleidusiu dvi knygas ir rašančiu trečiąją. Jis papasakos apie savo keliones po Aliaską, daug dėmesio susilaukusį gyvenimą mikroautobuse ir kontroversiškai vertinamą 3 tūkst. km žygį palei naftotiekį, kertantį JAV ir Kanadą. Daugiau apie jį: http://bit.ly/2BrDOqf

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American author and adventurer Ken Ilgunas talks about his journey to the wilds of Alaska, to living in a van, and to hiking 3,000 km across the U.S. and Canada in order to follow the path of a controversial oil pipeline. He has hitchhiked 15,000 km across North America, paddled 1,500 km across Ontario, Canada in a birch bark canoe, and worked as a backcountry ranger at the Gates of the Arctic National Park in northern Alaska.

His first book, "Walden on Wheels", is a travel memoir about student debt and living in a van for two years when he was enrolled at Duke University. His second book, "Trespassing across America", is about his 3,000 km hike along the proposed route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

He’s written for the New York Times, Time, the Chronicle of Higher Education, and his adventures and book have been featured on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NPR, and in the New Yorker. He has a B.A. from SUNY Buffalo in history and English, and an M.A. in liberal studies from Duke. He is from Niagara Falls, New York.

2018 m. sausio 3 d.,  18:00–20:00 Paviljonas, Pylimo g. 21B, 01141 Vilnius

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