Relations with the Land and the Sea: Wampanoag History and Activism Confronting Climate and Environmental Change



Rabb Hall, Central Library in Copley Square


Mar 23, 2023


6:00 EDT



Past event
This event has already taken place.
Cross-listed event
This event is organized as part of the 2023 ASEH Conference.
Event full
All seats at this event have been reserved. You must have a valid registration ticket ready at the door.

About this event

As part of the 2023 American Society for Environmental History Conference, the Leventhal Map & Education Center at the Boston Public Library is pleased to sponsor a keynote on environmental history, climate change, and Native activism in the Greater Boston area.


J. Cedric Woods — UMass Boston Institute for New England Native American Studies, Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina


Melissa Ferretti — Chairwoman, Herring Pond Wampanoag Tribe - “Listening to our Ancestors - Protecting Our Homelands”

Leslie Jonas — Mashpee Wampanoag, Co-founder, Native Land Conservancy, Inc. - “Climate Change from the Indigenous Perspective”

For 2023 ASEH Conference attendees, please register on the ASEH website.

For members of the public, please register here on Eventbrite.

Image: Rhoda Harding, Gathering at Herring Pond Indian Church (1928)

More events