A Conversation with Tink Tinker, Marcy Norton and Roger Green
Wednesday, October 27th from 12-1:30 pm PST

In this dialogue, we’ll hear from Professor Tink Tinker (wazhazhe / Osage Nation) regarding the problem of the very notion of “property” (mental or in any other case) and the influence of extractive pondering on Indigenous worldview.  We may also hear from Professor Marcy Norton, creator of Sacred Gifts, Profane Pleasures: A History of Tobacco and Chocolate in the Atlantic World.  Norton’s work addresses the European reception of drugs / individuals which have change into commoditized and made slightly mundane however that preserve conventional ceremonial makes use of for Indigenous folks.  Roger Green of Metropolitan State University of Denver will average the dialogue.

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