Connected Nations: Indigenous Rights and the Royal Proclamation of 1763
6 – 7 October 2023
Donald Gordon Conference Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston
Heidi Bohaker, ‘Crown as Council Fire: Indigenous Legal Traditions and the Royal Proclamationof 1763’.
Lindsay Borrows & Samuel Powless, ‘Looking at Some Foundations of Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Treaty-Making’.
Alan Corbiere, ‘Ndoo-zhininjiitwaa “I extend my hand”: The Royal Proclamation and Anishinaabe Discourse
Aimée Craft, ‘Dark Clouds: Diplomatic Metaphors as Affirmations of Indigenous Sovereignty and Jurisdiction in Treaty Making’.
Danielle Lussier, with Mary McPherson & Abigail Green, ‘Beading the Royal Proclamation’.
Michel Morin, ‘Indigenous Peoples in the New Colonies Established by the Royal Proclamation: Quebec, East and West Florida, Grenada’.
Robert Odawi Porter, ‘Executive Power to Manage Indian Relations: How Hanodaganyas Joseph R. Biden is Transforming American Federal Indian Policy in the Spirit of the Royal Proclamation of 1763’
Charles W. A. Prior, ‘Sovereignty, “Domestication” and the Proclamation of 1763’. Daniel K. Richter , ‘“Proper Submission” and “A Fair and Well Regulated Trade”: The
Economic Colonialism of the Proclamation of 1763’.
Brian Slattery, ‘Aboriginal Title & the Royal Proclamation of 1763: Ancient Law or Modern Innovation?’
William A. Starna, ‘Straightening Kinks in Historical Narratives of the Covenant Chain’.
Mark D. Walters, ‘Laws of Nations and Laws of Empire: Reading the Royal Proclamation of 1763 in Light of the Plan of 1764’.