Socialist and Marxist Studies Series (Fall 2020) - Shared screen with speaker view
I had a question to John
Wonderful presentations, thanks!
I’d like to offer that Penobscot cultural narratives held in traditional stories can provide evidence of fundamental cultural connection of the people to the River
Yes—thank you Margo!
How does Penobscot Vs. Frey relate to other tribal legal cases over jurisdiction over rivers?
I have to leave, but if anyone needs to contact me about not using any part of the presentation, please email email@example.com I may just post the entire video to our fb page rather than edit down the discussion to fit a shorter time slot. Thank you for an informative presentation!
i can give clarification of indigenous rights in Nova Scotia re: fishing rights
Thank you ..certainly deepened my understanding want to express my solidarity. A better understanding of Maine then I had before specially in the context of the Doctrine of Christian discovery. My understanding has been mostly of Liberation Theology. Some parallels in the role of nature and how its is worshipped by indigenous communities. Unfortunately have to leave now.
Thanks, all, this was great. Gotta go teach.
Hello, I really appreciate the opportunity to be here and to have learned so much from you all today! I have another class I need to prepare for so now is my time to go. Thank you again!!
Simplicity: As an artist, I wonder how to paint or photograph an island without including water. Complexity: I appreciate your delving into the depth and breadth of this subject from a variety of contexts in law. Thank you!
Gerry Gross (she, her)
Thank you everyone for this program and for all your work on this.
Thank you for this insightful panel discussion, I have gained so much from all your prepared ideas.
Thank you all for being here and leaning into such a crucial topic.
Thank you all, very enlightening.
Laurie Osher (she/her)
Thank you.Grateful to the presenters for your scholarship, leadership, and teaching skills.