On 25 January at 3:30 pm in Jesse Hall
2018-2019 Distinguished Research Fellow and
Truman State Professor Daniel Mandell
will dissect how the agreement reflected early modern European and English paradigms of relations with indigenous peoples, as Plymouth respected Wampanoag sovereignty even as it claimed the right to judge potential conflicts between individuals from the two communities. He will also reflect on how this agreement presaged American policies regarding Native sovereignty and human rights –his larger research project at the Kinder.