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10:00 - 10:15 am         •   Abeng        Captain Rodney Rose, Abeng Blower, Charles Town Maroon Community

                                              •   Welcome   Actg Colonel Marcia Douglas, Charles Town Maroon Community


                                              •   Message    Mr. Kyle Mais, Chairman of the Health and Wellness Network

          10:15 am - 11:15 am   NEW RESEARCH IN INDIGENEITY AND SOVEREIGNTY: A ROUNDTABLE 
                                             Moderators: Frances Botkin, Professor of English, Towson University, USA
                                                     Paul Youngquist, Professor of English, University of Colorado Boulder, USA

                                              –   John Favini, Visiting Assistant Professor, International Relations/Environmental
                                                   Studies, Bucknell University, USA
                                                   ‘Maroon Indigeneity: The Promise and Perils of Sovereignty’


                                              –   Victoria Grieve-Williams, Adjunct Professor, College of Design and Social Context,
                                                   RMIT University, Australia
                                                   ‘Approaching Decolonisation and Truth Telling: Restoring Indigenous Sovereignty’


                                              –   Alex A. Moulton, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology,
                                                   University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA
                                                   ‘Black Geographies and New Approaches to Maroon Studies’

                                              –   Erica Neeganagwedgin, Faculty of Education at Western University, Canada
                                                   ‘Taíno Sovereignty and Embodied Knowledge are Everywhere on These Lands’

                                              –   Marcus P. Nevius, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of
                                                   Rhode Island, USA
                                                   ‘Marronage in the Recent Historiography of the Atlantic World’

                                              –   Tracey Mia Stewart, Carter G. Wilson Predoctoral Fellow, University of Virginia, USA
                                                   ‘Seeking Equilibrium in Jamaican Maroon Spaces of Ethnographic Inquiry’


          11:15 am - 11:30 am     Performance: Kevan Anthony Cameron, ‘Scruffmouth’, Black Dot Roots & Culture Collective

          11:30 am-12:30 pm     QUEEN NANNY, INDIGENEITY, AND SOVEREIGNTY: A CONVERSATION AND
                                              A READING


                                              Moderator: Isis Semaj-Hall, Assistant Professor, Literatures in English, UWI, Mona
                                              –  Acting Colonel Marcia Douglas, Charles Town Maroon Community
                                              –  Vivian Crawford, Executive Director, Institute of Jamaica
                                              – Harcourt Fuller, Fulbright Scholar & Associate Professor of History, Georgia State University
                                              –  Karla Gottlieb, Author and Nonprofit Professional
                                              – Birte Timm, PhD, Independent Scholar
                                              – Gaa’ma  Gloria  ‘Mau Mau G’ Simms, Paramount Queen of the Maroons
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