Colonialism, Maple Syrup, and Ways of Knowing

Four bottles of maple syrup

My most recent piece “Colonialism, Maple Syrup, and Ways of Knowing” can be seen over on Activehistory.ca.  The post looks at the intersection of maple syrup, national identity, appropriation, and Indigenous knowledge.  The post is definitely just a first look at maple syrup and colonialism, and I would really suggest folks check out the further reading list I included with the post – a lot of great graduate level work has been done on this subject in recent years.

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