Andrea Bear Nicholas on The Role of Colonial Artists in the Dispossession and Displacement of the Maliseet, 1790s-1850s

Andrea Bear Nicholas on The Role of Colonial Artists in the Dispossession and Displacement of the Maliseet, 1790s-1850s
Thursday, May 4 at 7pm
Conserver House, 180 Saint John St., Fredericton
Andrea Bear Nicholas is a professor emeritus and the former endowed chair of Native Studies at St. Thomas University. She is an advocate for the Maliseet language and coordinates an Adult Immersion Program in the Maliseet First Nation at St. Mary’s ​First Nation. Andrea has published on various topics including treaties, language, education, women’s issues and Maliseet history.
Andrea was recently awarded the 2016 Canadian Studies Network Prize for the Best Article Published in the Journal of Canadian Studies. The article, “The Role of Colonial Artists in the Dispossession and Displacement of the Maliseet: 1790’s-1850’s,” can be read here:  https://muse.jhu.edu/journal/330
​​Presented by No One Is Illegal Fredericton as part of the 2017 Mayworks Festival.
Contact: noiifredericton@gmail.com.

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