Interested in graphic novels, Indigenous history, and decolonization of the Colonial U.S. past?
Join Weshoyot Alvitre, Lee Francis IV, and Will Fenton as they discuss "Ghost River: The Fall and Rise of the Conestoga" (Red Planet Books & Comics), a graphic novel that tells the story of Indigenous victims, survivors, and kin of the Paxton massacres in 1763.
Their conversation will explore how artistic reinterpretation of colonial records enabled the team to create imagine a narrative that re-centers the Indigenous past and present in studies of colonial America. Free and open to all, RSVP here: https://publicslab.gc.cuny.edu/events/ghost-river-decolonization-through-artistic-reinterpretation/.
Hosted by the Publics Lab at the The Graduate Center, CUNY, co-sponsored by ASHP/CML.
Co-sponsored by the American Social History Project. Ghost River: The Fall and Rise of the Conestoga (Red Planet Books and Comics, 2019) is a graphic novel about the Paxton massacres of 1763. Howev…