Esme G. Murdock is an Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies at San Diego State University. She is currently working on her book manuscript "Blood, Bone, and Land." "Blood, Bone, and Land" is a project of public ecological (re)memory anchored in the understanding that land has memory. Her methods include both Indigenous memory/re-memory work and Black feminist witnessing. She is, thus, writing a land history of the South Carolina Sea Coast that engages in the diverse and often erased ecological histories, ecological heritages, ethnobotanical knowledges, and complex relations of Indigenous and Afro-descended peoples within the colonia…

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