Sunday, Oct 17, 2:30 p.m., Zoom

Presented by the Wayland Library, the Wayland Historical Society and First Parish in Wayland

“The Sudbury Fight,” “King Philip’s Woods,” “Metacomet Way.” What comes to mind when you hear these terms and place names? What really was King Philip’s War and how do we understand it’s significance in our history?
Join us for a panel discussion on the history and impact of the violence, how it has been remembered through memorials and markers, and recent efforts to center a Native American perspective in our public memory of King Philip’s War.
Register for the Zoom link here:
  • Marty Blatt, former Director of the Public History Program at Northeastern University and veteran National Park Service historian and cultural resource manager
  • Felicia Bartley (Pueblo of Isleta (Teu-I)) Graduate student and Public Humanities Fellow for Native American and Indigenous Studies at Brown University
  • Christine DeLucia, author of Memory Lands: King Philip’s War and the Place of Violence in the Northeast and History Professor at Williams College.
  • Larissa Nez (Diné) Graduate student in Public Humanities and Proctor for the “Reimagining New England Histories” project at the Center for Study of Slavery and Justice, Brown University