Rercent news items in February & March 2018 relating to how the so-called “justice” system has disadvantaged Indigenous people in Canada for more than 133 years prompted blogger, Paul C. Thistle, to post an long-format fully-documented paper “Indian-Hating” & “Massive Injustice of the Most Profound Kind”: Jury Colonialism Experienced by Indigenous People from Miserable Man (Kit-Ahwah-Ke-Ni), 1885 to Colton Boushie, 2018 (Thistle 2018).
Boston-Area Seminar on Early American History at the Massachusetts Historical Society
Tuesday, May 1, 2018, 5:15 PM
Matthew Kruer, University of Chicago
The Time of Anarchy: the Susquehannock Scattering and the Crisis of English Colonialism, 1675-1685
Comment: Linford Fisher, Brown University
I am intersted in building a panel for Ethnohistory 2018 that investigates the multiplicty ot law on on the early American frontier, particularly between Euro-American and Native groups. Possible areas of inquiry might include the intersecting and conflicting Euro-American and Native ideas of justice, theft, retributive and legitimate violence, conceptions of legal vs. illegal/civilized vs.
Journal of the West recently published a theme issue on "Settler Colonialism and the American West", edited by Janne Lahti, University of Helsinki, that contained several articles of interest to those working on Native American history.
Journal of the West 56.4 (Fall 2017)
Settler Colonialism and the American West
Editor: Janne Lahti, University of Helsinki
Announcing a Native American history track for the Reacting to the Past Summer Institute in New York City. (June 14-17, 2018) Open to higher education faculty and administrators. Participants explore this high-impact pedagogy by participating in the following sessions:
WAYS OF KNOWING 2018
7th Annual Conference on Science and
Religion at Harvard Divinity School
October 26–27, 2018
CALL FOR PAPERS
We are seeking panelists to join us at the European Early American Studies Association Conference in London, 14-16 December 2018.
The Center for Ethnographic Research workshop provides mentorship, hands-on research experience, and advanced training in designing and executing a project using qualitative methods for advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students
Call for Proposals: The Boston-Area Seminar in Early American History at the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Mass.
Deadline: March 15, 2018