Huronia Chapter - "Flesh Reborn"

  • July 10, 2019
  • 7:00 PM
  • Thompson Room, North Simcoe Recreation Centre

Speaker: Dr. Jean-François Lozier

Topic:  "Flesh Reborn"

At 7pm on Wednesday, June 10th in the Thompson Room of the North Simcoe Recreation Centre, Midland, ON

Open to public - No admission

Flesh Reborn” reconstructs the early history of 17th century mission settlements and of their Algonquin, Innu, Wendat, Iroquois & Wabanaki founders. Far from by-products of colonialist ambitions, these communities arose out of an entanglement of armed conflict, diplomacy, migration, subsistence patterns, religion, kinship, leadership, community-building and identity formation. The violence and trauma of war, even as it tore populations apart and from their ancestral lands, brought together a great human diversity

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