Tertulia – David Bedford on The Marshall Decision Two Decades Later: Emancipation as Oppression

As Mi’kmaw fishers face ongoing racist attacks and penalties for harvesting lobster and Wolatoqey loggers go to court again over cutting wood, join us for a special Tertulia featuring David Bedford on the Marshall Decision Two Decades Later: Emancipation as Oppression on Thursday, Nov. 19 at 7:00pm (Atlantic time) on Zoom. To request the Zoom link, email fredericton.tertulia@gmail.com.
David Bedford will explore the legacy of Donald Marshall Jr. and the 1999 Supreme Court of Canada Marshall Decision, the effects of fisheries agreements between the Canadian state and First Nation communities, the concept of self-government and the implications of a settler colonial state defining a moderate livelihood.

David Bedford is a recently retired Professor of Political Science at the University of New Brunswick. His research interests include Aboriginal politics, international relations theory and ancient political thought. His publications include On the Road with Dutch Mason (with Harvey Sawler), and The Tragedy of Progress: Marxism Modernity and the Aboriginal Question (with Dan Irving).

What is a tertulia? A tertulia can be described as a literary and artistic social gathering or philosophy café where participants talk about ideas. Tertulias combine words, music, poetry, art and whatever else speakers want to share.

Upcoming Tertulias

Nov 4 – Karen Robert on Paulo Freire

Nov 25 – Margaret Kress on Winona LaDuke

Tertulias Fredericton is supported by the NB Media Co-op and Tobique River Trading Co.

For more information, contact: fredericton.tertulia@gmail.com.

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