Panel Discussion of Muskrat Falls: How a Mega-Dam Became a Predatory Formation
Event / 2022-04-28
Description: Join authors and editors of the new, Memorial University Press, volume, Muskrat Falls: How a Mega Dam Became a Predatory Formation, for a roundtable discussion of key themes from the book. Panelist will discuss themes such as Indigenous resistance, the role of journalism in the dam protests, methylmercury contamination, and the process of putting together this important volume. Our panelists include
Neria Aylward, Solidarity with Labrador Land Protectors
Justin Brake, Journalist
Ryan Calder, Virginia State University
Stephen Crocker, Memorial University
Lisa Moore, Memorial University
Jessica Penney, University of Glasgow
The panel will feature short presentations from the authors, and lots of time for discussion.
The panel is hosted by the Nexus Centre for Humanities and Social Science Research (at Memorial University), the L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History (at McMaster University)
To Register: Click here https://mun.webex.com/webappng/sites/mun/meeting/register/2dad113203d542319c8ba8681954baad?ticket=4832534b00000005138f4141b3df4836a96b0641395477fe80db1d4570797eb935e9bcba0aca310f×tamp=1648571222598&locale=en_US
Poster background is a series of block lines in greys and greens. ON the right hand side of the poster is an image of the book cover for Muskrat Falls: How a Mega Project Became a Predatory Formation. The cover features three people walking towards a dam, with a threatening dark grey sky. The poster text reads: Book Panel Discussion. Muskrat Falls: How a Mega Dam Became a Predatory Formation. Meet the Authors: Neria Aylward, Solidarity with Labrador Land Protectors, Justin Brake, Journalist; Ryan Calder, Virginia State University; Stephen Crocker, Memorial University; Lisa Moore, Memorial. University; Jessica Penney, University of Glasgow. WHERE: online via video link. WHEN: April 28th, 12:30-2 PM NL Time (11- 12:30 EST). WHAT: a roundtable where authors offer short reflections with time for questions. TO REGISTER: Contact John Sandlos (email@example.com). HOSTED BY: The Nexus Centre for Humanities and Social Sciences Research, Memorial University, and the L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History, McMaster University. The poster also includes logos for both the Nexus Centre and the Wilson Institute for Canadian Studies.