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Land as Relationship

Glen Coulthard, University of British Columbia

April 4, 2019 · 12:00 pm1:20 pm · 161 East Pyne

Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities

How can Indigenous land-based practices build solidarity across multiple struggles for justice? How can a connection to land, embodied and practiced in place, further the collective goals of decolonization that includes a multiplicity of diverse communities? These inter-related questions will form the basis of our workshop. We will examine the roles that Indigenous place-based ethics and ontologies can play in supporting and building solidarity across difference. We will explore and development of a theory and practice of grounded solidarity that embraces Indigenous land-based practices as a material foundation for relationships of care and mutual aid.

Please RSVP to blleavey@princeton.edu if you plan to attend

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